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More than 9,000 nonprofits use GiveSignup to raise more and save time. There are more donation and fundraising tools than ever before, and this page summarizes some of the key features that are helping nonprofits raise more and save time:
To make it easy for customers to set up and manage their donations, fundraising, and charity partners, we released a major UX update to the Dashboard that organizes your donation, fundraising, and charity partner settings into distinct menu items with easy-to-manage tiles that you can simply click to edit and update. The functionality is the same (we didn’t deprecate any features) – we just cleaned it up!
To find details on the settings within the new donation and fundraising menus, check out these blogs:
GiveSignup | RunSignup's fundraising pages empower your fundraisers to tell a story and get donations with images, words, and clear Calls to Action. See an example fundraising page here: https://www.givesignup.org/raisemoreexample
Some of the highlights include:
We announced our free Facebook Fundraiser integration in July 2019. The integration allows your fundraisers to auto-create a Facebook Fundraiser when they become a Facebook Fundraiser. The amounts raised on RunSignup and Facebook are automatically synced, enabling your participants (and your nonprofit) to raise more and reach fundraising goals faster.
It’s already clear from our data that the GiveSignup – Facebook Fundraiser Integration empowers fundraisers to raise more and reach new donors compared to only having a fundraising page on GiveSignup. To get a better sense of the impact that RunSignup’s free Facebook Fundraiser is having for fundraisers, we looked at a sample of 20 races using the RunSignup – Facebook Fundraiser Integration. The impact of a connected Facebook Fundraiser is significant:
The pandemic has made the integration even more important for nonprofit. From April 2020 through September 2020, 24.1% of donations for enabled events came from Facebook - an increase from 6.8% during the same timeframe in 2019.
Point and click templates make it simple to create a beautiful mobile responsive, SEO-optimized, and data-driven website that’s branded for your event(s). Some of the key features of cover pages include:
You can now show individuals’ real-time fundraising progress on their results pages with a Donate call to action. This is a great feature for nonprofits where the focus of the event is on fundraising, encouraging fundraisers to hit their goals, and creating competition around who can raise the most. The fundraising progress meter is available for all results – whether it’s an in-person event, virtual challenge, or virtual race.
Adding a custom domain or subdomain elevates your branding so that customers see your nonprofit or event’s name (https://mynonprofit.org or https://register.mynonprofit.org) instead of https://givesignup.org/mynonprofit.
Adding a custom URL to the event website has several specific advantages:
It’s more important than ever to have a secure website, and you can verify your website’s security by clicking to the left of your URL. Many nonprofits do not have secure websites, which means your donor’s credit card information is at risk.
With GiveSignup's reporting, you have full visibility across your marketing, registration, fundraising, and financial data in one place. Build customizable reports in minutes. Easily download datasets and reports at any time. View pre-built reports that seamlessly integrate fundraiser and donor data with your participant data. Simple summary, deposit, and financial reporting and reconciliation means no more merchant reports or Vlookups. Visit our Reporting Hub to view sample reports.