Nonprofits can diversify their donor base with our fundraising solutions.
We make it simple for nonprofits to connect with a wide array of donors by implementing convenience-focused tech solutions that make it easier for everyone to make a difference for causes they care about.Become a Partner
We believe the future of fundraising lies in giving everyone the option to donate in a way that fits their lifestyle. Change by Softgiving allows donors to give a set daily amount of change that is withdrawn from their digital wallets or debited from their bank accounts on a weekly or monthly basis. Using our donor rewards app, Change users are incentivized to give by earning rewards from partners like Uber, Sephora, The Home Depot, and more.
Single donations can be made conveniently and securely using Venmo, PayPal, Apple Pay, Google Pay, Samsung Pay or credit/debit.
All of our solutions are tax deductible and donors can adjust donations at any time.
Studies show that just 21% of online donations are made with a mobile device despite almost 60% of nonprofit internet engagement being driven from mobile. We provide a pathway for nonprofits to close that gap by equipping them with the ability to fundraise using our mobile-friendly solutions.
In addition to reaching donors anywhere, nonprofits who partner with Softgiving benefit from greatly reduced fees, faster remittances, and access to donor data making it easier to build relationships with donors.
Mississippi Public Broadcasting used Change by Softgiving™ during it’s “Make a Splash with Change,” drive to successfully raise $25,000 in pledges for pocket change in less than 24 hours.
Angela Crossley Ferraez, Development Director, MPB Foundation had this to say about her experience using our platform for fundraising:
“We’ve relied on fundraising models that focus solely on check and credit card donations and were not maximizing the full giving potential of our listeners. Softgiving allows us to offer a more inclusive giving option that embraces the lifestyles of our supporters.”