With simple campaign tools, online giving pages, peer-to-peer fundraising, donor management, and inspiring website designs we'll help you change the world.
If you work for a nonprofit or church you are probably using a lot of different platforms to manage your website, fundraising, donors, email marketing, and eCommerce. That is a lot of logins to manage, dashboards to learn, and monthly service fees that add up and put a dent in your bank account.
Reason Funding combines all of these different platforms into a single ecosystem so that all you need is one login to write a new blog post, update your website, edit an online giving page and check your latest fundraising report. The best thing is that you get all of this for an affordable price.
One set of logins is all it takes to get access to your website, fundraising, CRM, email marketing, web forms, reports, and much more. Save time and money by creating efficiencies.
Reason Funding comes packed with functionality that enables you to fire a landing page in no time, quickly set up a new peer to peer campaign page and build stronger relationships with your donors with one-click reports.
Monthly packages start at free and only get as high as $75 per month for our kitchen sink package that includes every module in the system.
Simple and easy to use tools that fit any budget and any size organization.
Reason Funding is built for scale so that you have the necessary tools at your displosal as your organization grows. No matter what industry you are in or the size of your organization we have a solution to fit your needs.
#GivingTuesday is right around the corner and if you are looking to boost your fundraising this year now is the time to get started. Launching a successful fundraising campaign takes some planning and we have a 5 Step Plan that will help you get started.
A lot of organizations are facing a significant deficit right because of lost revenue from canceled fundraising events or the inability to engage people face to face. In this article, we cover some of our favorite fundraising ideas that can be done quick, easy and virtually.
Want to increase your online giving donations? Try these 6 proven strategies to launch and promote online giving to increase usage and your donations.
On July 17, 2020, we were happy to launch the new Reason Funding website for the Living Hope Christian Center in Middleburg, FL.
First-time donors are a blessing and sometimes a surprise when they happen. After that initial donation, you need to start executing your first-time donor plan to ensure that they stay engaged with your organization.
While Facebook is good at delivering content, promotion, and sparking outrage it is not good at fully representing your brand and letting you engage your key audiences on your terms. Facebook is a box and you must stay in that box or you end in Facebook jail.
The ability to accept online donations is at the heart of just about every nonprofit and faith-based organization’s fundraising strategy.
With one week to go before #GivingTuesdayNow you should be using your goto social media platforms and website every day to promote your campaign to inspire support for your organization.
With the recent downtime related to the Coronavirus, a lot of organizations are rediscovering their website and investing time into focusing on their digital presence. Here are some tips on what you can do to make the most of your online presence.
As part of our community partner outreach in response to COVID-19, we have reached out to several of our clients and partners to talk with them about how the Coronavirus Pandemic has impacted their organization. Today we talk to Kassie Wrobel from Pathways for Change.
So you have canceled your latest fundraising event and from the looks of the news coverage, there appears to be no real end in sight of this whole Coronavirus thing. At this point, it is either go online or flatline.
Watching the nightly news nowadays is truly a surreal experience. You try to plan for everything, but most organizations don’t have a plan in place for a nationwide shutdown because of a global pandemic. Unfortunately, this is the new normal
In April of 2016, Studer Community Institute (SCI) became one of the very first Reason Funding customers by connecting our fundraising platform to their Wordpress website so that their supporters could easily contribute to the organization online or on their mobile devices.
The holidays are around the corner and tis the season for data breaches and scammers. Now is the time to review your security protocols.
Building a website for your organization should not just be a box that you check at the end of the day. A great website is your opportunity to sell your “why” and “how” 24 hours a day 365 days a year. It is the best place to inspire and motivate people to your cause.
Giving Tuesday is the first Tuesday after Thanksgiving. It follows the trend of Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, and Cyber Monday but its purpose is to spark charity giving for a single day out of the year.
What do you know about the people going to your website? Are you making it easy for them to contact you or learn more about your organization? Are you using web forms to their full potential on your website?
Need to begin a fundraiser? Not sure where to start? We break down the differences between peer-to-peer and crowdfunding platforms.
Feel empowered to take charge of your website by using Reason Funding's Visual Page Builder to update your website.
We are pleased to announce the sale of the ClearGive platform to DigiGroup Holdings (DGH). The original creators of ClearGive now lead the Nonprofit and Ecommerce Product Team for DGH and they will be taking over management of ClearGive.
Peer to Peer Fundraising or Social Fundraising is a grassroots-based model that enlists a charity’s supporters to raise money on behalf of the organization.
It can be difficult to craft the perfect copy for your website or donate pages that create the action to support your cause and get people engaged.
If you are a business owner, you’ve probably thought about varying ways to increase views on your website and gain engagement. But have you ever contemplated web accessibility?
In 1990, the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) was passed by Congress. It would be the first law in US history that addressed the civil rights of peoples with disabilities
What you need to know about Secure Socket Layer (SSL) to ensure that your website is secure and that you remain in good standing with Google and your website visitors.