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Nonprofit Donations Don’t Have to Take a Fall Break

Nonprofit donations often see a drop like autumn leaves. Many families take the opportunity to make the most of the season, and charity isn’t at the top of their minds.

Fall break means spending more time with family and friends, taking the time to enjoy the outdoors before the chill of winter creeps in.

Many of us will use that extra time off to carve pumpkins or drink pumpkin spice lattes (or apple cider, for those of us not interested in coffee consumption). Others will attend fall festivals, sew Halloween costumes, or stock up on candy for the little tikes. You may even help your elderly neighbors rake leaves.

With all of these wonderful fall activities to do, and only a couple of months to do them in, your schedule fills up fast. More time focused on autumn activities can mean less time focused on attending church services, volunteering for your favorite charity, or making nonprofit donations.

Who could blame you? Fall weather is gorgeous! No one would judge you for soaking up the majesty of fall.

No one wants to be a grumpy giver.

No one wants to skip making nonprofit donations to causes that are dear to their heart. But no one wants to miss the fun of fall break and become a not-so-cheerful giver, either.

What’s the solution? Can you have your pumpkin spice latte and drink it, too?

Yes. Yes, you can.

With Givelify, you can make mobile nonprofit donations anytime, anywhere.

No matter the fall activity, you can give cheerfully with a few taps on your mobile phone:

  • On a hayride with your honey? You can still give.
  • Roasting marshmallows by the campfire? You can still give.
  • Bobbing for apples? When you’re finished dunking your face in water, you can dry off and make a charitable donation.

Fall break may mean that you get a nice break from school or work, but it doesn’t have to mean taking a break from giving.

Keep up your mobile donations with the Givelify mobile giving app. It’s as easy as a warm slice of apple pie.

About the Author

Allison has a passion for charitable giving and believes that small acts of kindness can make the world a better place. She uses her web content and social media expertise to guide churches and nonprofits through the mobile fundraising process.

Allison Weaver