WHAT EVENTS BY SOFTGIVING DOES
EVENTS will create, organize, and run online events that will benefit your organization in meaningful ways.
A new way to activate your brand partners
EVENTS provides a way to recognize & activate your partners in an experience that gives them tremendous value and access to a hard-to-reach audience.
Some of our great partners
“Softgiving was a great partner to work with for the social good aspect of our launch broadcast – their complete service of facilitating both crowdsourced fundraising as well as sweepstakes made the process simple and streamlined for our team. We’re so thankful for their partnership and look forward to working with them again.”
– Jenn Panattoni | Xbox Product Marketing Manager
“Softgiving has been an exceptional partner in removing the risk for us in this nascent and evolving space that is charity streaming. CARE went from not being involved in streaming to raising over six figures within our first few months of working with Softgiving. The team is easy to work with, responsive, and very knowledgeable about driving high-impact charity streaming events.”
– Angie Moore | Chief Individual Fundraising Officer
“Softgiving enabled Cure Rare Disease to engage in the gaming/esports fundraising space through charity streams from across the globe. The initiative was especially well-timed as COVID-19 brought our in-person fundraisers to a halt. Through Softgiving, we are able to continue developing life-saving medicines for kids and adults who would otherwise go without.”
– Rich Horgan | Founder & President
“Partnering with Softgiving is a no-brainer. By handling all facets of the charity streams from finding and working with influencers to managing the actual events, Softgiving frees us up to do what we do best, allowing us to focus entirely on making an impact and a difference in the lives of children and their families.”
– Nathan Blair | CEO & Founder
EVENTS in Action
The EVENTS by Softgiving team recently orchestrated a high-impact, online charity event with BotezLive that raised $209k for CARE.