Workplace fundraising campaigns can show a company’s commitment toward their community. These campaigns are important and can help those in need down the street, country and around the world through workplace giving.
StratusLIVE, a provider of cloud-based fundraising and constituent relationship management solutions to not-for-profit organizations, has made fundraising easy with the latest version of the Workplace Giving Portal. This new portal is meant to help not-for-profit organizations and employers easily start and manage online workplace employee donor campaigns.
StratusLIVE offers seamless platform solutions to not-for-profit organizations, with comprehensive CRM and online fundraising capabilities. Workplace Giving Portal has come up with flexible and innovative features that enable users to review previous gift history, make new online gifts and pledges, view personalized content, manage designations and update personal contact information. This portal offers state-of-the-art content management tools that will save time for campaign coordinators while improving overall donor experiences.
Workplace Giving Portal offers real-time monitoring of progress toward contribution goals, participation goals, response rates, internal vs. external designations, donors per recognition level, donors per affinity group and more.
JimFunari, StratusLIVE CEO, said in a statement, “Our clients asked for a modern, responsive user interface capable of running on all widely available devices. They want the ability to personalize the content and giving wizards to address both company and employee preferences. And finally, they want to deploy new sites directly from their StratusLIVE for Fundraisers environment with full integration of pre- and post-campaign activities. This new version provides all of this and much more.”
The Workplace Giving Portal includes a customizable giving wizard, drag and drop designation sliders, and a new progress bar that builds as the donor completes each step along the way. It can deliver content based on the organization’s personalization rules throughout the application.
Edited by Rachel Ramsey