Mobile Fundraising

Fundraising With Mobile Apps

  More and more nonprofit organizations are developing mobile apps to engage constituents digitally.   Museums are sharing their collections and enabling self-guided tours. Parks and monuments are sharing historical details in an interactive way that deepens a visitor’s experience.  Churches and schools are sharing community news and resources to keep people connected beyond the …

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Introducing iGive – Mobile Fundraising Solution

Big River powers mobile fundraising      Increasingly, Catholic parishes and schools are embracing mobile technology to keep their communities connected and informed.  With Catholic Mobile App’s simple and powerful branded apps, bulletins, updates, prayer requests and homilies are just a click away.  The only thing missing was the ability to collect donations and registrations …

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Big River & Never GraduateForm Strategic Alliance

Tech innovators join forces to bring new mobile networking capability to universities and alumni.    Big River and Never Graduate  come together to offer a cutting edge mobile application that fosters alumni networking and promotes an ongoing conversation between graduates and their alma mater.   It provides schools with a platform to improve engagement and bring …

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Cleveland Museum of Art Launches Mobile Membership Pages

Always forward-thinking when it comes to technology, the Cleveland Museum of Art has implemented mobile-optimized donation/membership pages using the Big River platform. With mobile web expected to overtake desktop web usage by the end of 2014, experts are urging nonprofits to optimize their web pages for mobile visitors; the CMA is taking action.   In …

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Should Your Nonprofit be Using QR Codes?

A quick response code, otherwise known as a QR code, is a matrix barcode (or two-dimensional code), readable by QR scanners, mobile phones with a camera, and smartphones. So what? QR code technology is a recent trend that has either found a place in your nonprofit’s marketing plan or simply written off as not worth adopting. …

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Museums Going Digital in 2013

Emerging technology creates opportunities for museums to connect with patrons on multiple levels. From digital marketing, enhanced visitor experiences to online fundraising, museums are integrating digital tools and technologies at a rapid rate. Museums are not only using social media to advertise events and exhibits, but are embracing the idea of inviting users to help them create online content. The …

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