Brushfire Interactive Partners with Givr in the Release of a Revolutionary Mobile Giving Platform

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Brushfire Interactive, a leading software development agency specializing in consumer-focused products, has partnered with Givr to build a revolutionary platform for mobile donations.

Givr is a native iPhone payments application dedicated to helping charitable organizations achieve their giving goals. The Givr app provides users with an elegant, frictionless giving experience that dramatically reduces the time and stress associated with mobile giving. The platform allows charitable organizations to craft compelling giving campaigns and then empowers a user to quickly scan a special Givr Code (QR Code) in order to complete their gift and fund their favorite work around the world.

"Givr provides people with an opportunity to respond to the impulse to give on spot rather than making them wait until they get home and that impulse has faded. It truly meets donors where they are." say Brock Klein, Givr Founder. "Givr captures opportunities to donate that had previously been lost. It releases unrealized potential for generosity by enabling real-time giving."

“We designed Givr to make the mobile giving process as painless as possible” say Brushfire President Gabe Cooper, “We also worked hard to ensure deploying mobile payments was easy and risk free for charitable organizations. It takes less than two minutes for an organization to set up an account with their own Givr Code and start processing transactions.”

About Brushfire
Brushfire ( is a full service digital agency specializing in consumer-focused software development. Brushfire inspired products have received numerous awards such as Apple's App Design of the Year, NRB Mobile Initiative of the Year, 3 Apple Hall of Fame Apps, and a NY Times Top 10 App. Our work has also been featured on CNN, Forbes, USA Today, and Wired Magazine.

About Givr
Givr ( is a Kentucky-based technology company committed to helping people of all ages experience the joy of generosity.

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