Hello Rewind and Modern-Day Slavery

The year is AD 2010. Today, we can proudly say that we’ve eradicated smallpox, the disease responsible for the death of half a billion people in the last century. Computerized voices notify us when to make a left turn in cars and on roads that were non-existent when our forefathers signed the Constitution. Our phones are half the size of the ones we used a decade age. By many accounts, the world is saner, more civilized, more advanced than it has ever been. Yet, more people are forced into slavery today than at any point in human history. Trafficking of humans is the fastest growing criminal industry in the world and, after drug trafficking, the second largest.

Introducing the DonateAnywhere Widget

Nonprofits, you asked and we listened! We heard your request to keep donors on your own website, the place that inspired their philanthropy. Now, you can do just that and bring the Mightycause giving platform to your nonprofit’s website with our new DonateAnywhereBETA Widget.

COMING SOON! Mightycause Ramps Up The Donation Processing Experience

Here at Mightycause, we’re all about making it easy for people to find, follow, and fund great organizations and their projects. Now, we’re about to make giving even more convenient for nonprofits and their donors. Through an exciting new partnership with U.S. Bank Corp, one of the top 5 commercial banks in the United States, …

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Giving Freely

It’s Fourth of July weekend in the U.S. and people are celebrating freedom. At Mightycause, we recognize that freedom can mean a thousand different things to a thousand different people, so we are promoting a number of giving opportunities on our homepage throughout July, which we’ve declared Freedom Month.  However, because this is Independence Day, …

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The Millennial Generation

Gen Y or the Millennials, call them what you will, but this emerging generation is reshaping philanthropy, corporate social responsibility, community impact and how we communicate the need and success of these efforts. What can this generation do to change the way we give and how much we give?