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5 Signs Mobile Giving Is “The One”

Your former outdated charitable giving methods let you down. But now you have mobile giving, and things seem to be looking up. Could it be that mobile giving is “The One” you’ve been waiting for?

1. Mobile Giving Makes You a Better Version of Yourself

Signs Mobile Giving Is The One

Truly great relationships bring out the best in each person involved. You probably aren’t actively trying to “fix” one another (that’s never a great idea), but you naturally improve as people just by spending time together. You become the best version of yourself when they’re around.

Think about it: when are you really the best version of yourself? Probably when you’re giving back to your community. Mobile giving enables you to support important causes in an effortless and frustration-free way. You improve the world around you — and yourself — one donation at a time.

2. You Genuinely Make Each Other Happy

Soulmate-level couples have disagreements just like every other relationship, but at the end of the day being together makes both people happy. That’s how mobile giving is for you! Did you know that giving to charitable causes actually makes you happier?

Studies show that giving boosts your mood, and can even have a positive impact on your health. And since mobile giving makes the process so beautiful and easy, it becomes a completely positive experience with no drawbacks in sight.

3. Mobile Giving Is Always There for You

How many times have your other giving methods left you hanging in your time of need? You wanted to make a donation, but you weren’t attending a fundraising event, you weren’t near a donation box, and you didn’t have access to a computer or kiosk. You made a mental note to give later, but then you got busy with other things and it completely slipped your mind.

Whenever you need to make a donation, night or day, mobile giving is there for you. You always have its undivided attention. Plus, it never leaves your side, as long as you have your smartphone handy. No matter where you go, you can give on-the-spot, just the way you like it. Being cut off from your ability to give is a thing of the past.

4. It Prioritizes Your Needs Over Its Own

Cash, checks, and giving kiosks don’t take your needs into consideration. They require you to jump through hoops to make a donation, and often these hoops inconvenience you greatly. You have to make a special trip to the bank or ATM to get cash, you have to mail in a check, or you have to wait in line to swipe your card at the kiosk.

Mobile giving, on the other hand, puts your needs first. It enables you to make nonprofit donations instantly, as soon as you feel moved to show your support. Mobile giving doesn’t eat up a lot of your time; it makes the process fast and effortless, so you can get back to other tasks.

5. Mobile Giving Is a Great Listener

Have you ever been in a relationship with someone who just didn’t listen? They might act like they were paying attention, but they couldn’t remember what you said 10 minutes later if you asked. They would forget key information about you — maybe even your birthday or anniversary — because they didn’t take the time to truly listen.

Some other giving options can feel like you’re talking to a wall, too. When you give cash, you have to keep your own notes on how much you gave, who you gave to, and when. If you don’t, you can easily forget about contributions you’ve made and have no idea if you’re reaching your giving goals.

You won’t have to worry about communication problems with mobile giving! Every donation you make is automatically tracked in your giving history, and you can access it at any time to refresh your own memory. You will never have to feel ignored or undervalued by your giving method again.

Has your place of worship or charity been searching for “The One”? Let us introduce you to mobile giving today.

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