We feel our collaboration charity tool is a great fit for celebrities and those fortunate influencial people who can utilize our donation “chip-in” feature to encourage their fans and followers to help a non-profit together as a group.
Toronto, Ontario (PRWEB) October 25, 2012
Move over Wrapp, today CountMeIn is rolling out over 100,000 non-profits into its social gifting platform, enabling consumers to give the gift of social good and responsibility this holiday season and beyond.
Through a partnership with The Social Giving Network, a solution that facilitates online charitable donations via social networking sites, CountMeIn brings the community a way to organize a gift as a donation to their favorite charities.
Within CountMeIn’s platform, anyone can create a charitable gift donation and promote it to their social channels on Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest. The unique story here, is that CMI users can collaborate on a donation with a group of friends, family or colleagues, as CountMeIn provides a clever purchasing feature that allows multiple users to “chip-in” on the purchase of one gift, or the greatest present imaginable, a donation that helps someone in need.
What’s more? Contributors of the charitable gift receive a tax receipt emailed to them, instantly.
Sending a gift to someone this holiday season in the form of a donation is a truly heartfelt gesture, and with the use of CountMeIn’s intelligence tool users can match their friends’ or family members’ “likes” and interests, to find the most relevant charity to make a contribution.
“Charitable giving and social gifting are two of the most social activities which people regularly engage in. In fact, according to The 2011 Nonprofit Social Network Report, 89% of non-profits have a Facebook presence,” said Ronen Lazar, Co-Founder & Chief Strategist of CountMeIn.
CountMeIn’s philanthropic initiative was designed to create a seamless, effortless solution for the community by providing a collaborative experience that will drive aid and increased online presence for non-profit organizations.
What does one buy the person who has everything? “A donation in their name is a perfect, feel good fit,” said Jeff Saul, Co-founder of CountMeIn. “We feel our collaboration charity tool is a great fit for celebrities and those fortunate influencial people who can utilize our donation 'chip-in' feature to encourage their fans and followers to help a non-profit together as a group,” said Jeff Saul.
Running in parallel with CountMeIn’s international mall housed on Facebook, today’s announcement will expand CMI’s product offering with a myriad of wonderful charities in need of funding.
About Count Me In:
CountMeIn aims to assist brands and retailers in monetizing their fans and followers, using an easy-to-use, all-in-one solution to increase sales and conversions by bridging the gap of contribution, sale and collaboration. For consumers, it’s a fun shopping experience that enables them to promote the products they want and love, with the added benefit of using an intuitive platform that can organize gifts for anyone across multiple platforms.
About The Social Giving Network:
The Social Giving Network facilitates online giving through social networking sites by receiving contributions, which it then distributes to qualified recipients. To qualify, recipients must be approved by the IRS under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code and must work to further a charitable, religious, educational, or scientific goal.