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The Resource You Need When Your Teachers Need Resources
Classroom teachers. Specials teachers. Parent/teacher organizations. Student clubs. At some point in time, each of them will have a specific need that would go unfulfilled without some assistance from outside resources. That’s where FoundationGIVE comes in.
Our platform helps connect their needs with individual donors, community businesses and grant programs. FoundationGIVE is your one place to manage all of your classroom-led initiatives.
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Four Simple Steps for Effective Crowdfunding
Crowdfunding raises smaller amounts of money from many different people. Those smaller donations are combined to cover the full cost of a project. FoundationGIVE makes crowdfunding simple for teachers, parent/teacher organizations, and school foundations. Here’s how it works.
Step 1: Create a Campaign
Teachers and PTOs create campaigns using our campaign builder. They set a fundraising goal, describe their projects and determine a start date. It’s that easy to setup a FoundationGIVE campaign.
Step 2: Review and Approve
The campaign gets sent for approval to administrators and foundation executives. With signoff, the campaign will go live on the specified start date.
Step 3: Promote the Campaign
Everyone involved shares campaign pages on social media and school websites to start collecting donations. Teachers can post updates during the campaign to inform donors of campaign progress.
Step 4: Track and Report
FoundationGIVE’s powerful tracking and reporting features ensure all district fundraising policies are followed, and funds are available almost immediately. Donor contact information can be exported to any donor management system.
The FoundationGIVE management portal helps me maximize the use of my time. We can be more responsive to donors and users because it’s so easy to use. Our experience has been amazing.
Joining the community of FoundationGIVE has been extraordinary. We now have a way to raise money that keeps my non-funded slam poetry program going. I cannot express how pleased I am.