We use technology to
help churches create the funding they need for programs that inspire growth and involvement.
Fundraising is an honorable act, and sometimes people forget that. Small gestures of kindness can get overlooked in the noise of daily living. Good deeds like pitching change into a fund or donating supplies get taken for granted. Often the default assumption is that things are taken care of.
Fundraiser participants — whether organizing, contributing, or engaging with the public — know of a need and get involved looking to give a boost to the lives of others. The funds, time, and labor invested get repaid with positive change. It’s a change that carries outward into the larger world.
Fundraisers are notorious for being labor-intensive undertakings. That got us to thinking. What if we made it less complicated from A to Z for organizations and their supporters to meet their fundraising goals?