Client Stories

Jazz Arts Group of Columbus (JAG)

Jazz Arts Group of Columbus (JAG) had been working from basic spreadsheets to manage their annual fundraiser for years. This antiquated method was causing more and more headaches each year. It was time to streamline the process. Read how JAG easily updated their system and tools – resulting in a $20k increase over the previous year. Payment collection... Read More » Read the story »


JDRF Lincoln and Greater Nebraska

JDRF Lincoln and Greater Nebraska was hosting their event in a relatively small venue. The organizers knew they needed to improve the guest experience – something all fundraisers can relate to. Read how JDRF Lincoln and Greater Nebraska overcame those challenges and other best practices they learned along the way – resulting in a $13k increase over the... Read More » Read the story »


Holy Trinity Catholic School of McKees Rocks, PA

Holy Trinity Catholic School

Holy Trinity Catholic School of McKees Rocks, PA worked with Greater Giving to deliver an easy system for creating attractive auction packages, fix a perpetual check-out nightmare and add mobile bidding. They were able to maintain the same number of volunteers and guests while raising an additional $13,000. Read the story »






American Cancer Society of Seattle - Hope Gala

American Cancer Society of Seattle

With Greater Giving Online Bidding, the ACS Seattle Hope Gala opened the auction earlier in the day, prior even to the scheduled event start—giving guests more time than ever to peruse the catalog and start bidding. Bids were driven higher and higher—and the silent auction exceeded its fundraising goal by several thousand dollars. Read the story »



Medical University of South Carolina (Hollings Cancer Center)

Their first year using Greater Giving, the MUSC Foundation exceeded their fundraising goal by more than $10,000. Cooper, Whiteside, and their staff found the software user friendly and intuitive, and were thrilled to share the system with three other departments—because they could all work within the software simultaneously. “We don’t have to wait on someone else to do our job,” said Whiteside and Cooper. Read the story »