Recently, Givelify CEO and Founder, Walle Mafolasire, sat down for a WIRED interview to talk about the impact COVID has had on churchgoers and churches alike. WIRED magazine’s Arielle Pardes explored how the digital divide, which existed before the pandemic, has widened over the past year. She also describes how technology has been a game-changer
We are delighted to partner with an ever-growing number of Black churches that choose Givelify as their preferred online giving platform. As such, we love to share news that is important to our partners. African American faith leaders shouldn’t miss the upcoming documentary, “The Black Church: This is Our Story, This is Our Song.” The
In Gobbler’s Knob, Punxsutawney Phil just predicted six more weeks of winter so brace yourselves for cold, yucky weather. It’s February, a month known for snow, thunderstorms and wild fluctuations in temperature as late winter and early spring wrestle their way through the shortest month of the year. What is our relationship to the weather?
February is American Heart Month, so it is a good time to think about our heart health. What are simple ways to strengthen our heart and keep it healthy? You can probably recite most of them: eat right, sleep enough, stop smoking, get moving, and give joyfully. Wait? Give joyfully? Yes, that’s right! More and
With the Super Bowl fast approaching, we eagerly anticipate watching football players compete on the field. However, the biggest impact many of them make is off the field. We have watched NFL players all year choose to be generous givers. And because we love to celebrate giving and generosity wherever we see it, we’ve chosen