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Online Giving Early Access Goes Live Sep. 22: Sneak Peek

UPDATE: Online giving is out of beta and is now open to all organizations. Please see this post for instructions.

Just in time for Giving Tuesday and your other year-end fundraising activity, the early access to online giving with Givelify begins Tuesday, September 22.

Signups are ongoing, so if your nonprofit or place of worship wants to add online giving to your Givelify account, be sure to enroll in the beta test today.

Why Add Online Giving With Givelify?

By adding Givelify online giving to your website you will have one system for all your mobile and online fundraising. There is no need to reconcile donations made via different means.

There is no additional fee, as this feature is included in your Givelify membership.

You’re also giving your donors the same simple, beautiful giving experience whether on their smartphones or online. We believe they’ll be inclined to give more—and more often.

Sneak Peek

Once your organization is signed up, you will see a new option on your Settings screen under Deep Linking. Click on Website and you will see the menu of available giving buttons. We have provided three different sizes and styles in two different colors.

Choose the button you want by clicking its image. The HTML embed code will appear below the button. Then simply copy and paste this code into your website wherever you want it to appear.

Your website will now include the Givelify online giving button. When your donors click the button, your organization’s profile will pop up.

Whether they’re giving from their smartphone or your website, donor accounts are connected. They can make donations, access their giving histories, and all other features of the app.

We’re excited to introduce this new feature. We feel it will make your fundraising easier by giving donors all the options they want.

Be sure to enroll your nonprofit or place of worship today.

About the Author

Matt is dedicated to making the world a better place. He works passionately to help charitable causes use mobile technology to raise the funds they need. In addition to his role at Givelify, he volunteers with the Southside Animal Shelter and Kentuckiana Pug Rescue.

Matt Chandler