Client Stories

Dougy Center

Dougy Center surrounded their event with opportunities for bidders to get involved, using the Text to Donate feature in Greater Giving Online Bidding to send out daily challenges—like a drawing for today’s bidders— to encourage participation in the online auction before the event. Read the story »


Community Action – Virtual Event

By holding their fundraiser online, Community Action saved on costs and came close to last year’s net revenue. Using Greater Giving Event Software made it easy to transition to an online event. To keep the energy high, they displayed a fundraising “thermometer” using Greater Giving’s Appeal Board. With Online Bidding, Community Action was able to... Read More » Read the story »



Breast Cancer Resource Center (BCRC)

Using Greater Giving’s peer-to-peer fundraising tool and mobile bidding platform, Breast Cancer Resource Center (BCRC) was able to have their supporters give to the Art Bra® Austin event before and during the event, as well as allowing for remote bidders to join in on the fun. Read the story »


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 »





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 »