Mightycause has been in crowdfunding game a long time, and we were one of the first platforms to host online giving days. But the giving day arena is getting a little crowded. There are a lot of giving day platforms to choose from, and it can feel overwhelming. What features are most important? What platform […]
Is Your Nonprofit Getting Zuckerpunched? The tech world has repeatedly witnessed Facebook executing bold daylight robberies of ideas, features and technologies from a variety of competitors. The Snapchat team can painfully attest to the brazen heist of their innovative “Story” feature. Facebook added this into their Instagram product and then mercilessly leveraged their massive reach
Event fundraising season is almost here! Each spring, Mightycause sees walks, fun runs, 5ks, marathons, cycling events, hikes, and even mountain climbs for charity. Whether you host an annual fundraising event, or you’re looking to host your first event, Mightycause’s Event Fundraising Handbook has everything you need to plan your event. What’s in the Event
Nonprofit professionals can face tremendous pressure in December. While people in other sectors are enjoying holiday parties and taking time off to spend with their families, fundraisers work long hours, holidays and weekend to ensure that their nonprofit meets their financial goals. This is because so much charitable giving happens at the end of the year.
As a nonprofit professional, you no doubt spend a lot of your time asking people for money, time, and recommendations. And this is how you keep the doors open and make an impact on the world. But sometimes it feels like all you’re doing is take, take, take without giving anything in return. In reality,
There can be joy in generosity, and unfortunately, many of us aren’t able to take the time to let that joy sink in when we do something for others. Sometimes, it feels like an ordinary transaction, but there’s something about the holidays that changes that. Throughout this season, many of us sign up to volunteer
This week Mightycause reached a major milestone, $100 million in charitable giving. More than half of this incredible sum came in the past nine months. To celebrate Mightycause is hosting a special sweepstakes for 100 people like you to win up to $2,500 for your favorite nonprofit. But first, let’s discuss how Mightycause got to
Mightycause CEO Brian Fujito explains what he thinks is necessary for social fundraising to really take off for a nonprofit. Brian spoke during a session break during the Nonprofit 2.0 unconference in Washington, DC, in June.
Mark Horvath, the founder of InvisiblePeople.tv and a personal friend, has embarked on his third summer road trip across the continent to raise awareness and smash stereotypes about the plight of North America’s homeless. One of the best known activists on Twitter, Mark is fundraising throughout his trip via Mightycause, in hopes of achieving a
S2 a findings for press release View more presentations from Spring2ACTion Our friends at ACTion Alexandria held a fantastic, three-day city-wide fundraiser that raised more than $100,000 via the Mightycause platform (see press release). The fundraiser benefited causes within the city of Alexandria, VA. “Spring2ACTion” raised $104,156 in donations and matching grants for 47 participating