Don’t miss our LIMITED-TIME event special. Increase your event engagement with our Event Mobile Solutions Package including: Mobile Pledge, Mobile Donate*, Fundraising Thermometer, plus 500 bonus Text Messages for a $750 flat fee.
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Win by Cell is a division of Guide by Cell, Inc., headquartered in San Francisco, California. We aim to bring mobile training solutions to companies, providing mobile websites, native apps, and text messaging to fit your training initiatives. We are at the forefront of mobile training for companies, offering a mobile content delivery platform to organizations and corporations worldwide. Our parent company, Guide by Cell, is a recognized global leader in the mobile technology industry, providing mobile solutions to over 1000 museums and cultural institutions worldwide.
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Did Giving Tuesday sneak up on you this year? Don’t worry —our Mobile Donate service is here to save the day!
From today until Monday, November 30, we are offering our Mobile Donate service for the week of Giving Tuesday for $299 with no transaction fees.* Thanks to our partnership with WePay, Mobile Donate accounts can be set up with a merchant processor in one hour.
Call us at (415) 615-0150 by 3 pm PST on Monday, November 30 to take advantage of this special Black Friday deal and super fast set up!
As mobile technology has expanded in its capacities, so has the opportunities for Mobile Fundraising. We at Give by Cell have had a front row to this ever changing landscape and now CEO Dave Asheim is sharing those insights.
Since founding Give by Cell, we have grown and expanded our vision and services to match the current mobile landscape but we never really explained our thinking. In this groundbreaking article, Dave explains not only the current state of mobile fundraising but also our own journey as one of the top mobile fundraising solutions provider.
Today we are launching a new free service that we invite you use – a Mobile Technology Strategy Audit.
We work with 3,000 charities and organizations, speak at a variety of workshops and conferences a year, and have millions of data points on donor usage.
And now you can benefit free of charge from all of this knowledge!
We will ask you (and your associates if you wish) a series of questions, and prepare a written evaluation showing how you compare with your peers. We will also suggest new technologies that might solve certain specific problems you are facing in 2015.
I started Give by Cell to help improve fundraising solutions, and if we can point out some things that are easily remedied at your organization, we would be delighted.
To schedule your free audit, simply call or email me, or complete the form below. I hope to hear from you!
Kids Wish Network Makes Dreams Come True
with Mobile Fundraising
Kids Wish Network, headquartered in Holiday, Florida, has partnered with Give by Cell to implement its Mobile Give fundraising service. Kids Wish Network is dedicated to infusing hope, creating happy memories, and improving the quality of life for children who are experiencing life-altering situations.
Supporters can donate $5, with the charge applied to their mobile phone bill, by texting a unique keyword to 20222. For more information about Mobile Give, please click here.
The Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts launches new text-to-give campaign as part of #GivingTuesday, a national campaign that encourages a day of giving on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving.
Mobile phone users will be able to give a $5 donation to the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts by texting the word KIMMEL to 20222 beginning Tuesday, November 27, 2012.
Text-to-give options will be available for Verizon Wireless, Alltel Wireless, AT&T Mobility, Sprint, T-Mobile USA, Boost Mobile, US Cellular, C Spire Wireless, Cincinnati Bell, Cricket Communications, nTelos Wireless, and Virgin Mobile users.
“We recognize that people lead busy lives, but still want to support the arts,” said Anne Ewers, president and CEO of the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts. “Mobile giving is an easy, effective way to provide mass audiences a vehicle to support the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts and the diverse programming represented on our stages. We are thrilled to launch this effort as part of #GivingTuesday.”
To read more, please click here
Social Advocates for Youth
Serves the Homeless with Mobile Fundraising
Social Advocates for Youth in Santa Rosa, California has partnered with Give by Cell to implement a Mobile Donate campaign this holiday season. The organization is dedicated to assisting homeless youth in Sonoma County by providing medical assistance, shelter, and food.
Supporters will be able to text a unique keyword to 56512, to receive a link to a secure web based credit card donation page designed for a mobile phone. To learn more about Mobile Donate, please click here.
Part One of a Three Part Series
Life has gone mobile. For many, life is lived on the move and cell phones and mobile devices are our guides helping with communication, directions, purchases, music, news updates, videos and more. “Mobile” has become the way much of America is using their computer. iPhones, Androids and BlackBerries are replacing laptops and desktop computers. Tablets and mobile phones are replacing the way that people access the information when they are on the road.
Think Amazon.com, Zappos, your airline . . . People use their mobile phones and tablets hundreds of times a day. They have made the leap and many – especially younger people – expect the nonprofits they support to have user-friendly technology. Consumer-based businesses have made the shift. Now it’s time for the non-profit sector to do the same.
Ask yourself, your staff and your board members the following questions. How quickly and easily can people give to your nonprofit? Do they have to write a check? Fill out a form and send it in? Can they give in the moment? At a football game, concert, conference, or while in church? Can people use their cell phone or mobile device to give now, or do they have to wait and make the gift later?
While large gifts are made after careful consideration, many gifts are made as an emotional response to a well-orchestrated call to action. If you miss the emotional moment you miss the gift.
Here’s an example. It’s your annual gala. Your guests are assembled. They just heard a powerful and motivating talk. The room is a buzz. The speaker closes with “Text the word ‘GIVE’ to 45678 and you instantly become part of the solution.”
Your guests start texting and they immediately receive a link to your mobile giving page – or better yet, a mobile giving page customi