What Do Nonprofits Need Today? GiveCentral Launches Three New Services for Charities to Help Them Fundraise Without Fear
May 04, 2018 (PRLEAP.COM) Business NewsOn May 17th, GiveCentral will be debuting three new services designed to help charities raise funds quickly, organize donor info intuitively, and even save for the future. Why these services in particular? Because GiveCentral has been gathering feedback from nonprofits, who have identified some of their biggest challenges as help with event management, assistance with donor organization, and-their biggest challenge of all-lack of resources. The services are designed to directly address these issues, providing support and structure so that nonprofits can continue focusing on their missions.
Fundraising events made easy
Throwing a fundraising event is no walk in the park, and many nonprofits want the same thing: easier, cheaper, more effective event management. GC Events does just that, helping nonprofits raise significant funds in real-time, as well as allowing donors to set up recurring gifts in mere seconds. A recent success: Helping one charity raise $39K in less than five minutes.
Donor organization made intuitive
What good is a thousand donors if you can't find any of their email addresses? GC Community allows small and midsize charities to instantly access all of the information about their donors in one place, so contact info is easy to find (and mobile-friendly). If charities need to update something in the system, that's no problem: updating information is quick and easy.
Budget planning made accessible
Many charities struggle with a feeling of not knowing what the future will hold-and whether they'll have the funds to cover it. Fundraising for the Future is a service that helps nonprofits through these trying times, so they can focus on their mission and ministry. What does it look like? It looks like having GiveCentral on standby to help with communications, improve annual appeals and recurring giving, provide resources for short- or long-term projects, and help educate.
For further details, please contact Dina Hadžiselimović at firstname.lastname@example.org