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Introduction to iGiving

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  • 1. Create. Connect. Collaborate.
  • 2. lets talk about some situations… OR • An NGO in a small Indian slum educating children • Сorporate/ Jackie Chan want to invest in education NGOs • To expand needs funding BUT only is well known locally • BUT do not have the time or expertise to raise funds• Siberian tiger facing extinction • Chang, a Singaporean animal activist is looking to• WWF is driving this cause BUT needs funding + awareness support cause • Has ability to raise awareness BUT not sure how to connect with organizations Disclaimer: All logos are used only as examples
  • 3. how can we change that? campaigns auctions contests iGiving events
  • 4. how do we connect?Educational NGO runs auctions to sell children’s paintings.Jackie Chan simply loves the creativity and donates WWF connects with Chang who sells Siberian souvenirs Chang raises USD 1000 for saving the tigers! Aidha connects with Facebook Co-Founder Eduardo Saverin to conduct a panel discussion event. Raises money through ticket sales at event. Blue water reef activists connect with the famous Singaporean painter Mr Chang Huan. For the highest three bidders, HTC gives away its new phone!
  • 5. iGiving launch page
  • 6. iGiving campaign page
  • 7. fundraising steps 1. Charity creates cause 2. iGiving distributes cause to fundraisers community 3. Fundraisers create campaigns (auctions, lotteries, etc) 4. Charity approves selected campaigns 5. Fundraiser is using iGiving tools to reach donors 6. Donors donate money using iGiving online payment facility 7. Fundraiser sends a lot (gift) to the winner 8. iGiving transfers money to the charity
  • 8. fundraising steps 1. Charity creates cause 2. iGiving distributes cause to fundraisers community 3. Fundraisers create campaigns (auctions, lotteries, etc) 4. Charity approves selected campaigns 5. Fundraiser is using iGiving tools to reach donors 6. Donors donate money using iGiving online payment facility 7. Fundraiser sends a lot (gift) to the winner 8. iGiving transfers money to the charity
  • 9. fundraising steps 1. Charity creates cause 2. iGiving distributes cause to fundraisers community 3. Fundraisers create campaigns (auctions, lotteries, etc) 4. Charity approves selected campaigns 5. Fundraiser is using iGiving tools to reach donors 6. Donors donate money using iGiving online payment facility 7. Fundraiser sends a lot (gift) to the winner 8. iGiving transfers money to the charity
  • 10. fundraising steps 1. Charity creates cause 2. iGiving distributes cause to fundraisers community 3. Fundraisers create campaigns (auctions, lotteries, etc) 4. Charity approves selected campaigns 5. Fundraiser is using iGiving tools to reach donors 6. Donors donate money using iGiving online payment facility 7. Fundraiser sends a lot (gift) to the winner 8. iGiving transfers money to the charity
  • 11. fundraising steps 1. Charity creates cause 2. iGiving distributes cause to fundraisers community 3. Fundraisers create campaigns (auctions, lotteries, etc) 4. Charity approves selected campaigns 5. Fundraiser is using iGiving tools to reach donors 6. Donors donate money using iGiving online payment facility 7. Fundraiser sends a lot (gift) to the winner 8. iGiving transfers money to the charity
  • 12. fundraising steps 1. Charity creates cause 2. iGiving distributes cause to fundraisers community 3. Fundraisers create campaigns (auctions, lotteries, etc) 4. Charity approves selected campaigns 5. Fundraiser is using iGiving tools to reach donors 6. Donors donate money using iGiving online payment facility 7. Fundraiser sends a lot (gift) to the winner 8. iGiving transfers money to the charity
  • 13. fundraising steps 1. Charity creates cause 2. iGiving distributes cause to fundraisers community 3. Fundraisers create campaigns (auctions, lotteries, etc) 4. Charity approves selected campaigns 5. Fundraiser is using iGiving tools to reach donors 6. Donors donate money using iGiving online payment facility 7. Fundraiser sends a lot (gift) to the winner 8. iGiving transfers money to the charity
  • 14. fundraising steps 1. Charity creates cause 2. iGiving distributes cause to fundraisers community 3. Fundraisers create campaigns (auctions, lotteries, etc) 4. Charity approves selected campaigns 5. Fundraiser is using iGiving tools to reach donors 6. Donors donate money using iGiving online payment facility 7. Fundraiser sends a lot (gift) to the winner 8. iGiving transfers money to the charity
  • 15. value propositionspread awareness globally, competitions run alongside virally, socially-aware via corporations, forming passionate fundraiser partnerships social enterprise leverage social media Reach out to middle classplatforms and instruments would-be donators online
  • 16. value propositionbranding through social media citizenship campaigns social responsibility corporationpartnerships with celebrities enhance employee morale and social enterprises through participation
  • 17. value proposition sense of ownership of connects with charities that campaign relate to your passion fundraiseruser-friendly interface picks up involve celebrity or corporatemarketing and communication to you campaign! skill-sets
  • 18. Thank You!

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