Why Our Text to Donate Is the Simplest You'll FindBy Eric Bryant,
When we conduct customer satisfaction surveys, one theme consistently rings out: Simplicity. Our customers consistently state that one thing they like most about our text to donate service is that it’s simple and easy to use. And that’s not by accident.
We’ve purposefully designed our product to be the simplest text to donate service on the market. We’ve built our service with nonprofit fundraising and development professionals in mind. We realize that you have limited technical and financial resources. You need to spend your time planning events, administering programs, engaging volunteers, and training staff. You don’t have the time or resources to spend trying to learn another complicated technology.
Fundraising is already hard enough as it is. You need a solution that doesn’t make it any harder!
That’s what we’ve built. We make it as easy as possible for you to get started quickly and hassle free. You need zero technical knowledge to use us. You don’t even need a website or your own payment processor. There is no login required, no elaborate set up process.
You don’t have to create an account or supply lots of documentation. You simply complete the short, one-page order form, and we set up everything for you. When you need assistance or to request a change, you simply send us an email to our after-hours customer support team and we’ll take care of it for you.
No DIY. We Do It All for You.
The biggest advantage you’ll have when you work with us is that you can say goodbye to DIY fundraising. We take care of the heavy lifting for you — set up, reporting, text blasts, thermometers, keywords, even promotion. We are a full-service fundraising consultancy.
You don’t have to configure anything. You don’t have to log in and figure out how to access anything. You don’t have to place any HTML on your website. We do it all for you.
Now, if you prefer a more DIY approach, then you might consider one of our competitors. But if you’re like me, you don’t want to have to learn HTML or figure out how to navigate another content management system in order to raise more money. You have other responsibilities and probably wear a bunch of hats.