Greater Giving News

The Kingston Effect

Receiving sad news about a dear friend, who was also a very highly respected industry leader,  is always difficult. On Friday, January 31st, we at Greater Giving felt shock waves rolling through our company with receiving the call that Kathy Kingston had passed away peacefully in her sleep. Kathy was the founder and principal of… Read More »

Greater Giving Blog Recap and #GivingTuesday/Year End Contest Winners

As we wrap up 2019 and prepare for 2020 let’s take a look back at some of the articles and topics we covered this year and to take a moment to acknowledge the winners of our Year End / Giving Tuesday template contest! Each year we have a #GivingTuesday tradition by holding our Online Payments Year End / Giving Tuesday donation… Read More »

2018 Giving Tuesday Wrap Up and Contest Winners

Communities across the globe prove once again that #GivingTuesday is a fantastic way to kick off a holiday season filled with giving. The Tuesday after Thanksgiving for the sixth year in a row has been a day for our company, and many like ours, to give back. Company employees volunteered at nonprofit organizations around the Portland,… Read More »

Giving Tuesday 2017 | Fifth Annual #GivingTuesday Donation Page Contest!

#GivingTuesday is coming! Build your campaign with Greater Giving today! Win $500 this #GivingTuesday If you use Greater Giving’s Online Payments software for your Giving Tuesday campaign this year, send us a screen shot or URL of your page and you could win $500 for your organization. Your page must be Giving Tuesday-themed and if… Read More »

PCI Compliance for Nonprofits

[INFOGRAPHIC] An Introduction to PCI Compliance

We know that protecting your donors’ private information and financial transactions are a top priority for you and your organization and PCI compliance may be a bit overwhelming. Based on the Greater Giving presentation of “Super-Boring, Crazy-Important: PCI and Protecting Your Donors’ Data” at NTC 2016, we have created a downloadable guide—PCI Compliance: Safeguarding Your… Read More »

A Look Back at Fundraising Resources in 2016

As we wrap up another year of helping non-profits with their fundraising efforts we want to highlight some of the more popular content that resonated with our readers. Feel free to revisit some of your favorite articles and be sure to subscribe to not miss any of the original content we will provide in the… Read More »

Top New Fall 2016 Greater Giving Features

What’s New at Greater Giving Here at Greater Giving, we strive to provide our clients with the most comprehensive and robust set of tools to help produce the best fundraising events out there. Here’s a brief look into our latest round of improvements and features to help make your fundraising easier. Saved Searches & Exports Frustrated with continually… Read More »

Saved Searches for reporting

Save Time with Saved Searches

As Greater Giving’s Product Manager, I have the privilege of overseeing the exciting innovations that we place into our product lines. As someone who attends a number of non-profit events, I also get to see how those enhancements in-use firsthand. It’s a thrill to watch a supporter zip through check-in, and know that I had… Read More »

Online Bidding

Online Bidding – An Ideal Melding of Online Auctions and Mobile Bidding

Online Bidding will connect more people to your cause—wherever they are! Greater Giving Online Bidding is an all-in-one, secure, online fundraising solution with the functionality to support both mobile bidding and online auctions at your events year-round—for one low annual fee. This innovative feature within Greater Giving Event Software will enable you to register guests… Read More »

#GivingTuesday 2015 Wrap-Up

Dreamed up by staff at the 92nd Street Y in NYC four years ago, as a day to give back—both with time and resources—#GivingTuesday 2015 was the most successful event to date. Fueled by social media and the power of personal connections, the hashtag #GivingTuesday had 1.3 million social media mentions, 114 billion impressions on… Read More »