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Become an iGive Champion (Recording)

Become an iGive Champion (Recording)

Jul 14, 2014

An iGive Champion is a member who likes to share iGive and gets their friends, family and cause supporters to sign-up for free. This past Friday, 7/11 at 2pm EST, iGive.com CEO Robert Grosshandler delivered an informational webinar about how you can become an iGive Champion. Our webinar featured tips for champions that include: Maximize your chances of winning $1,000 or $500 for your cause. Learn how easy it is to raise $5 or much, much more for each friend, coworker, and family member who simply tries iGive. Discover five easy ways to be a Champion for your favorite cause! Ask our Chief Technology Officer and our CEO questions. View a recording of our webinar below, or download a PDF of the presentation slides. Feel free to share this presentation with your cause or charity...

iGive Webinar – Don’t Leave Money on the Table (Reprise)

iGive Webinar – Don’t Leave Money on the Table (Reprise)

Jun 29, 2014

Causes make more money when they encourage supporters to use iGive.com to shop normally online. iGive CEO Rob Grosshandler delivered an informative presentation on June 27, 2014 to causes registered with iGive. Please feel free to view the presentation video below, or download a PDF of the presentation. (Right click and select “Save As”)   iGive.com is 350,000 socially conscious people choosing to shop at over 1200 socially-responsible stores in order to help their favorite causes and charities! Join us, won’t you? Robert Grosshandler, CEO of iGive, gave an informative presentation on July 27, 2014 to causes about how to leverage iGive to make more money…unrestricted dollars that can be generated by supporters simply shopping normally online. Causes are encouraged to use the tools mentioned in our presentation. Please visit http://causes.igive.com to access our cause toolkit and to become an iGive member. Causes make more money when they encourage supporters to use iGive.com to shop normally...

iGive Webinar: Don’t Leave Money on the Table (reprise)

Please join iGive.com CEO Robert Grosshandler to learn more about how iGive works, and how active engagement with our technology and tools can help your cause raise money. In addition, hear more about connecting your cause’s Facebook page with iGive. When causes connect their Facebook with iGive, they raise an overage of 395% more than causes who don’t connect with us.   DATE:  6/27/14 TIME: 2pm EST REGISTER HERE...

iGive & Bat World: A Second Chance for Injured Bats

“When Bat World Sanctuary signed up for iGive we were delighted that so many stores were available, even the printing company we use to create our newsletter is on the iGive list! We have taken advantage of iGive’s handy templates to send to our supporters as well as the automatic weekly post to Facebook. Our iGive donations have significantly increased over the years due to the applications iGive provides.  Thank you, thank you, thank you iGive, for helping us save the lives of injured and orphaned bats through your compassionate program!” From Amanda Loller of Bat World...

iGive Webinar – Dormant Shoppers and the PartyApp

iGive CEO Rob Grosshandler delivered an informative presentation to causes registered with iGive. Please feel free to view the presentation video below, or download a PDF of the presentation. (Right click and select “Save As”) iGive’s goal for causes is to help you generate more money – unrestricted dollars that are available by using iGive’s technology and tools. We discussed two strategies on Friday, May 9, 2014 that can help you capture more donations from your supporters: Activating dormant supporters Your cause makes money through iGive when your supporters shop normally online using the iGive button. But sometimes, a supporter who was generating donations for your cause through iGive is no longer using the tool, or perhaps needs to be reminded about the impact he or she can make. We’ll discuss some strategies for encouraging dormant supporters – online shoppers who are no longer using iGive to your benefit – to start shopping with iGive again. PartyApp The PartyApp is a great way to recruit supporters to get the iGive button. A perfect complement to your events or board meetings, the PartyApp is a simple tool that gets your supporters signed up with iGive right away. And the more supporters you have using iGive, the more money your cause can generate. ———————————————————————————————— 350,000 socially conscious people choosing to shop at over 1200 socially-responsible stores in order to help their favorite causes and charities! Join us, won’t...

iGive Webinar – Don’t Leave Money on the Table

iGive Webinar – Don’t Leave Money on the Table

Mar 29, 2014

iGive CEO Rob Grosshandler delivered an informative presentation to causes registered with iGive. Please feel free to view the presentation video below, or download a PDF of the presentation. (Right click and select “Save As”) The presentation focused on: What is iGive and how does it work iGive is a little piece of technology that can have a big impact on your cause. Shoppers register with iGive, choose a cause of their choice, and then shop normally online. Everytime your supporter purchases something from a participating retailer, your cause earns money as a percentage of that purchase! Cause benefits The main benefit to causes is that the dollars raised by your supporters through their iGive membership are unrestricted! It’s free money with no strings attached. Simple tips to increase dollars By engaging with iGive, your cause stands to make a lot more money. We will provide some simple tips for how you can increase the dollars coming in from those supporters who join iGive. Showcase of toolkit We have developed a number of tools – digital tools, flyers, logos, etc. Our tools are easy to use, and can make a real impact on the dollars your cause receives. Springtime Promotion iGive is launching a new promotion aimed at helping causes earn more money right now, and into the future. And it only takes a few minutes of your time to get your supporters to get on...