Too bad StayClassy (http://www.stayclassy.org) wasn't considered. We power the social fundraising of over 3,000 social impact organizations (of all sizes), including Oxfam, Invisible Children, Pencils of Promise and others. We allow for heavy self-service customization so that the fundraising experience is seamless from the organization's website/brand.
We just moved our website over to http://dogoodhost.org/ so half of our monthly payment goes to our favorite charity The Fluid life Project every month. Seems like a great tool to help a charity's being we all have to pay for hosting any ways.
I've been using Opinions4Good (Op4G.com) and they are awesome! I finally found a site where I can make money, donate to my favorite nonprofit (arthritis foundation) and I don't get spammed. I was a little worried about spam at first or getting too many activities to take but it's really easy and a lot of them are fun. I haven't been able to donate to the arthritis foundation in a long time so I'm glad they offered me another way to help!
but rally spams people. they're terrible!!! who doesn't have a legitimate unsubscribe process these days. they piss people off. very outdated way of doing business
Here's a great chart that helps you compare the top 10 social fundraising sites (and what fees are associated with them): http://sumac.com/comparison-of-top-10-social-fundraising-websites#.TopGy3b0DNU.twitter Also, Habitat for Humanity just released a new social fundraising site that is powered thru Fundly. Should be interesting to see how it turns out. Check out my blog post for a sneak preview: https://bitly.com/rdjUQy
Facebook App for Your Events Social Events for Pages is our Facebook app that allows you to sell tickets to your event right on your Facebook Page. More info: http://www.givezooks.com/site/promos/events
FirstGiving is another great way to take donations through social media and your organization's website. We have a donate tab that you can install on your Facebook fan pages as well as a fully customizable button you can place on your organization's homepage. Learn more: http//:www.payments.firstgiving.com Happy Fundraising! Team FirstGiving
Our own Debra Askanase used to work at FirstGiving, so you should definitely be on the short list for any nonprofit's social fundraising efforts.
I implemented Razoo pages for two nonprofit organizations (my day job, as well as for the board I am on) and found it to be a really great tool. Their support was great when I needed it (they called me immediately!) and they also reached out to us to try a matching gift campaign at the end of last year, which was fantastic. I highly recommend them. My only critique is that the donor reports that are generated do not include separate fields for first and last name. I had submitted feedback to them about it and they said they responded saying they would definitely look into it.
That's good to hear. Regarding your query to them, perhaps Razoo will address it through this thread.
It's awesome that you were able to successfully add Razoo pages for two organizations. If in the future you ever need to add the Razoo Donation Widget to a WordPress website it may be worth checking out the Simple Razoo Donations plugin at http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/simple-razoo-donations/. Our company just released the plugin in the hopes that it will now be much easier to add to WordPress.
And of course, if you have feedback on how we can improve the plugin we're happy to hear it through the WordPress support forums.