Client Stories

Dream Factory

Producing Dream Factory’s annual gala could be a challenge for the all-volunteer organization. Record keeping, marketing, vendors, the guest list, and every other detail can quickly become a nightmare… Read the story »


Art In The Loft

While the Glamour and Gourmet event was very successful, the paper trail it generated was more like an avalanche. Everything was done on paper, from package descriptions and bid sheets to tracking who won each item. Invoices, donations sheets, thank you letters… Read the story »



Covenant House Michigan

Over time organizers found that using basic spreadsheets for their record keeping had failed them, with lapses in information gathering and missed opportunities to connect with their donors. It was time for Covenant House Michigan to change how they administer their fundraising gala. Read the story »


Ridgefield Academy

Ease of use for the organization AND for the users can make a huge difference. After moving their Giving Tuesday campaign over to the Greater Giving platform, Ridgefield Academy experienced one their most successful promotions to date, surpassing their money raised and participation goals. Read the story »


Jazz Arts Group of Columbus (JAG)

The Jazz Arts Group of Columbus (JAG) is America’s premier not-for-profit arts organization dedicated to producing, performing, and promoting jazz. For more than 10 years, JAG organizers had been working from basic spreadsheets to manage their annual fundraiser. This antiquated record keeping created bottlenecks, omitted important information, and caused many recording errors to occur, including... 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 »