Exeter, 9th November 2021
Charity fundraising platform DontSendMeACard.com reports that donations in lieu of cards have doubled through their site year-on-year for the past four years.
The online alternative to cards offers the facility to send digital greetings after making a donation of what you would have typically spent on printed cards and stamps.
"We're seeing a big increase in repeat donors. People like our brand, what we stand for, and want to adopt our technology and support their charities instead of cards. A loyal customer base is key to this level of scaling up." says Alex Furness, Founder.
Over 1400 charities have registered from the UK, USA, Australia, Ireland, and Canada. Through the fundraising dashboard charities can upload their own e-card designs.
“When we first built the system and invited charities to upload their designs, we had no idea how creative or well-executed these would be. But our charities have outdone themselves ten-fold. Having such a great range to offer has massively contributed to growth.” Alex adds.
Charities can also monitor the performance of their card artwork and fully customise their pages on DontSendMeACard.
Organisations looking for an additional revenue stream for Christmas 2021 can find out more here: https://www.dontsendmeacard.com/how-it-works/charity-account.html
Contact: Alex Furness
press [ at ] dontsendmeacard.com
DontSendMeACard in summary provides:
- The function to send ecards and donate the cost of greeting cards and stamps. View How it Works
- Upon donating up to 100 ecards can be sent to recipients
- An account dashboard for charities to manage campaigns
Using the system:
- Individuals send ecards by selecting a charity and an occasion to send cards for and donating via PayPal
- Charities can register to become a Listed Charity and access a range of fundraising resources
- Companies can support a charity with corporate ecards
- The social enterprise was started in 2013. Founded by Alex Furness of Future Imaging and Craig Lawson of Web Engineer, both based in Exeter.
- How it works in 30 seconds Demo Video
- Read our Mission and Vision
- How charities can benefit from the initiative on Slideshare
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