iDonate, the leading provider of digital giving systems, has launched the first-ever issue of their digital magazine, Connected Giving. This monthly magazine aims to highlight the work of iDonate’s clients and the change they are creating in their community, as well as the giving platform that iDonate provides. Each issue will include a feature story on one of iDonate’s clients, relevant topics on the state of charitable fundraising, and how iDonate helps its clients and the industry move to a modern and more efficient form of giving.
“We’re thrilled to highlight some of our great customers, innovative ideas, fundraising techniques, and new things from iDonate each month,” iDonate CEO Ray Gary said. “These are organizations that apply our core principles of Connected Giving to grow their relationship with their supporters. Our customers are doing amazing work in their community, and we want to share those stories with the world.”
The magazine title, Connected Giving, comes from iDonate’s thought-leadership initiative to transform the relationship between donors and nonprofits, and the idea behind how donors give. A one-time donation is helpful only in the short term. To be a successful nonprofit in the long term, recurring donations are needed. A central principle of Connected Giving is to put the donor first and ultimately build a lifelong trust. As this relationship is strengthened, donors will become aligned with the nonprofit’s mission, leading to higher yearly giving and donor retention.
To help in this, clients employ iDonate’s all-in-one digital giving system to handle all types of donations. The giving solutions that iDonate provides will be a key part of every Connected Giving issue, speaking to how iDonate clients are utilizing these features and how the nonprofit industry itself can benefit from a new way to raise funds.
To read the magazine and learn more about iDonate, visit idonate.com/webinarspotlight.
iDonate is the leading fundraising software provider that exists to grow nonprofits and create a more generous world. Through giving channels such as website, peer-to-peer, text, and events, nonprofits can empower donors with the personalized experiences they are accustomed to online. The digital giving system uses integrated payment applications, performance analytics, and success coaching to ensure immediate and enduring growth.