Online donations are becoming the medium of choice to collect for different fund-a-thons. More and more schools are participating in different causes, such as AIDS walk, Relay for Life, etc. With how much of a headache storing money, collecting money, and keeping a record of those you still have to collect from, having an online system is definitely a God-sent.

Groups can now have their own customized page, and studies have shown that members are able to collect 400-500% more online, than if they were to campaign in-person. And best of all, receive one consolidated check for your group at the end of the fundraising donation drive.

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Posted on 21 September 2010

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3 Comments For This Post

  1. Alex says:

    There are some great fundraising ideas on this slideshow, from big events to small ‘one-man’ activities which can all help to make a difference. http://www.slideshare.net/GopakLtd/100-fundraising-ideas

  2. joram says:

    its ok i just request for financial support for ma education coz am an orphan

  3. Benjamin Mckinley says:

    I actually found a pretty good site called “Chip-In” used to raise money. I’ve had limited success with it, as almost everywhere I post it its marked as “spam” and deleted. If someone had their own website I suppose it could be very useful on there, social media might be another option.

    here is mine, as you can see I have zero donations, partially because i just started, and partially because I’m not very good at online donations :S

    http://vesatriptofijibenmckinley.chipin.com/trip-to-fiji


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