Today, I’m thrilled to announce the launch of CanadaHelps’ new Third Party Fundraising tools for charities, an extension of our Peer-to-Peer Social Fundraising platform. Now you can empower third party fundraisers to independently fundraise on your charity’s behalf for personal events like birthdays, weddings, memorials, gala dinners, graduations, virtual events, and other do-it-yourself fundraisers, while keeping full ownership and control of your charity’s branding.
Many of our charity partners have requested this addition to our array of effective, online fundraising tools because they know the incredible value that third party fundraisers can bring to their fundraising strategies. This new tool makes it easy for your supporters to create, share and collect donations online for their third party fundraiser in support of your charity without the need for your charity’s involvement. All you need to do is create your charity’s CanadaHelps Third Party Fundraising Page so they can sign-up and start fundraising.
Automatic tax receipting, customizable pages, weekly electronic fund disbursements, built-in messaging and donor reports are just a few of the key benefits included when your charity launches a Third Party Fundraising Campaign on CanadaHelps.
Our Third Party Fundraising tools provide charities a new revenue stream with the opportunity to drive donations year-round. I’m personally so excited to ensure all charities, regardless of the size, can benefit from Third Party Fundraising while maintaining the branding, reporting and customization options they need. We work hard to bring smaller charities in Canada the best value for their money when it comes to online fundraising.
CanadaHelps was a pioneer in enabling individuals to fundraise for charity through our direct-to-donor site. Every year, thousands of Canadians raise funds for charities; and the average active fundraising page raises over $1,400. I truly hope your charity can benefit from these exciting, new ones. Please click below to learn more.
President and CEO, CanadaHelps