Whether you are doing in-person fundraising or encouraging your supporters to fundraise for you, Give A Little can help you maximise your donation revenues in the run-up to and during events and campaigns such as Giving Tuesday or UK Charity Week.
Here are five ways you could use the platform:
1. Create bespoke App and Web campaigns
Give A Little allows you to create unlimited fundraising campaigns and customise them with messages, images and/or video. Create an App and/ or Web campaign especially for your event or appeal and keep track of how much has been raised by logging onto your Give A Little account.
2. Use QR codes on printed materials and fundraising packs
Sharing your Web campaign with a QR code is incredibly quick and easy. Simply download your QR code from Give A Little’s admin account and add it to fundraising materials to provide easy access to your campaigns for donors.
3. Use Give A Little’s DIY approach for in-person fundraising
Our DIY approach is perfect for getting started with contactless giving for street collections and in-person donations affordably and quickly. Simply combine an Android tablet or smartphone and SumUp card reader with the Give A Little App and you are ready to start collecting!
4. Don’t miss out on Gift Aid and contact opt in!
It’s easy to enable Gift Aid and contact opt-in when creating a campaign on Give A Little. Don’t miss out on that extra 25% in donation revenue or the opportunity to collect contact information for marketing communications when planning your fundraising.
5. Empower your volunteers!
Give A Little allows you to create user accounts for your volunteers so they can log into the Give A Little App (either on an Android smartphone or tablet or on one of Give A Little’s partner donation stations) and start fundraising.
Give A Little aims to be the most affordable, flexible and easy way to get started with cashless giving – why not create a Give A Little account today! Or contact us at email@example.com to find out more.
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