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Intro to igiving

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Intro to igiving

  1. 1. lets  talk  about  some  situa-ons…   OR   •   An  NGO  in  a  small  Indian  slum  educa-ng  children   •   Сorporate/  Jackie  Chan  want  to  invest  in  educa-on  NGOs     •   To  expand  needs  funding  BUT  only  is  well  known  locally   •   BUT  do  not  have  the  -me  or  exper-se  to  raise  funds  •   Siberian  -ger  facing  ex-nc-on   •   Chang,  a  Singaporean  animal  ac-vist  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  organiza-ons   Disclaimer:  All  logos  are  used  only  as  examples  
  2. 2. how  can  we  change  that?   campaigns   auc-ons   iGiving contests   events  
  3. 3. iGiving   An  online  pla*orm   Helps      u  Runs  campaigns  to  raise  funds,  spread   u  Social  enterprises  beSer  posi-on   awareness  about  causes.   marke-ng  strategies  u  Works  through  auc-ons,  loSeries,   u  Youth  enhance  communica-on  skill-­‐sets.   compe--ons  and  events  to  raise  funds.       Connects     User-­‐friendly      u  social  enterprises  to  corpora-ons  and   people  globally   u To  create  campaigns  and  use  social     media  tools  u  corpora-ons  to  social  enterprises  and   u   To  access  and  spread  the  word   people  globally.  
  4. 4. iGiving  so  far    ü Registered  in  Singapore  as  Pte  Ltd  (  Reg  no:  201231054H  )  ü Registered  in  Australia  ü Will  possibly  get  talent  support  from  Media  Development  Authority  of   Singapore  ü Incubated  by  MDA  endorsed  incubator,  Ruvento  Ventures  Pte  Ltd  ü LBS,  IIT  ,  INSEAD,  Imperial  College  Graduates  
  5. 5. iGiving  screen    
  6. 6. iGiving  screen    
  7. 7. Partner  social  enterprises   COMMITTED   IN  THE  LOOP  •  WTO   •  UN  Women  •  Protsahan    •  Milaap   •  The  Pixel  Project  •  Colors   •  WWF  •  Yuva  Parivarthan  • Boond   •  Aidha  • Gramshree     •  Goonj  • TTSH      
  8. 8. how  do  we  connect?  Educa-onal  NGO  runs  auc-ons  to  sell  children’s  pain-ngs.  Jackie  Chan  simply  loves  the  crea-vity  and  donates   WWF  connects  with  Chang  who  sells  Siberian  souvenirs   Chang  raises  USD  1000  for  saving  the  -gers!   Aidha  connects  with  Facebook  Co-­‐Founder  Eduardo   Saverin  to  conduct  a  panel  discussion  event.     Raises  money  through  -cket  sales  at  event.   Blue  water  reef  ac-vists  connect  with  the  famous   Singaporean  painter  Mr  Chang  Huan.  For  the  highest   three  bidders,  HTC  gives  away  its  new  phone!  
  9. 9. fundraising  steps   1.  Charity  creates  cause   2.  iGiving  distributes  cause  to   fundraisers  community   3.  Fundraisers  create  campaigns   (auc-ons,  loSeries,  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  (gih)  to  the   winner   8.  iGiving  transfers  money  to  the   charity  
  10. 10. fundraising  steps   1.  Charity  creates  cause   2.  iGiving  distributes  cause  to   fundraisers  community   3.  Fundraisers  create  campaigns   (auc-ons,  loSeries,  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  (gih)  to  the   winner   8.  iGiving  transfers  money  to  the   charity  
  11. 11. fundraising  steps   1.  Charity  creates  cause   2.  iGiving  distributes  cause  to   fundraisers  community   3.  Fundraisers  create  campaigns   (auc-ons,  loSeries,  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  (gih)  to  the   winner   8.  iGiving  transfers  money  to  the   charity  
  12. 12. fundraising  steps   1.  Charity  creates  cause   2.  iGiving  distributes  cause  to   fundraisers  community   3.  Fundraisers  create  campaigns   (auc-ons,  loSeries,  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  (gih)  to  the   winner   8.  iGiving  transfers  money  to  the   charity  
  13. 13. fundraising  steps   1.  Charity  creates  cause   2.  iGiving  distributes  cause  to   fundraisers  community   3.  Fundraisers  create  campaigns   (auc-ons,  loSeries,  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  (gih)  to  the   winner   8.  iGiving  transfers  money  to  the   charity  
  14. 14. fundraising  steps   1.  Charity  creates  cause   2.  iGiving  distributes  cause  to   fundraisers  community   3.  Fundraisers  create  campaigns   (auc-ons,  loSeries,  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  (gih)  to  the   winner   8.  iGiving  transfers  money  to  the   charity  
  15. 15. fundraising  steps   1.  Charity  creates  cause   2.  iGiving  distributes  cause  to   fundraisers  community   3.  Fundraisers  create  campaigns   (auc-ons,  loSeries,  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  (gih)  to  the   winner   8.  iGiving  transfers  money  to  the   charity  
  16. 16. fundraising  steps   1.  Charity  creates  cause   2.  iGiving  distributes  cause  to   fundraisers  community   3.  Fundraisers  create  campaigns   (auc-ons,  loSeries,  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  (gih)  to  the   winner   8.  iGiving  transfers  money  to  the   charity  
  17. 17. value  proposi-on   spread  awareness   compe--ons  run  globally,  virally,  socially-­‐ alongside  corpora-ons,   aware  via  passionate   forming  partnerships fundraiser     Social Enterprise leverage  social  media   Reach  out  to  middle   plajorms  and   class  would-­‐be  donators   instruments online  
  18. 18. value  proposi-on   partnerships  with   ci-zenship    celebri-es  and  social   enterprises social  responsibility   corpora-on branding  through   enhance  employee   social  media   morale  through   campaigns par-cipa-on
  19. 19. value  proposi-on   connects  with  chari-es   sense  of  ownership  of   that  relate  to  your   campaign passion fundraiser user-­‐friendly  interface   involve  celebrity  or   picks  up  marke-ng  and   corporate  to  you  communica-on  skill-­‐sets campaign!
  20. 20. Thank  You!  

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