We were ecstatic to be featured on Geoff Livingston’s post on social fundraising tools, published on Mashable just two days ago. Here’s an excerpt from Geoff’s review of Mightycause:
With more than $20 million raised on its platform, Mightycause offers a robust platform for non-profits seeking an alternative to Causes… From a usability standpoint, sign-up is relatively easy. Non-profits can have their own page, and can also build project specific pages for events or fundraising drives. Mightycause’s DonateAnywhere widget allows non-profits to port their fundraising initiative to other social sites, and also enables donors to share on their Facebook and Twitter networks.
Read the full post on Mashable
For the past two years, the Mightycause Team has been hard at work creating an inspiring platform where donors and nonprofits can engage online. Our nonprofit profile pages and personal Fundraising pages are easy to use, customize, and promote. We’ve hosted successful fundraising campaigns and contests, including March Goodness and GiveMN’s Give to the Max Day.
And with the upcoming launch of our DonateAnywhere widget, we’re able to provide even more exciting features for nonprofits.
Nonprofits like 4 Girls GLocal Leadership and Carolina Autism are already using DonateAnywhere on their websites. To demonstrate the portability of DonateAnywhere, we’ve embedded Carolina Autism’s widget here.
While it’s an honor to be recognized, we won’t be resting on our laurels. Look out for even greater enhancements to the Mightycause Giving platform, and please let us know what you think of our site.
Oh, and by the way: Happy 5th anniversary, Mashable!