New York, NY (PRWEB) January 28, 2011
CauseVox, a white label crowd funding platform for non-profits, announced today the launch of its fully customizable crowd-funding platform for nonprofits. The platform, in beta, offers easy to use and manage charity-branded fundraising pages.
CauseVox helps nonprofits raise more money and create more awareness through a donation webpage creator that does not require any coding. Within 15 minutes, any nonprofit can launch a customized, charity-branded site on their own domain and begin accepting donations with advanced administration and fundraising tools. Since a private launch this summer, CauseVox has already helped a number of organizations raise over $400,000, including Change for Kids and Restore NYC.
CauseVox's white-label platform approach is radically different from other fundraising tools on the market - most of which are multi-organization marketplaces for fundraising. By letting nonprofits completely customize the look and feel of their pages, CauseVox helps preserve their message, which leads to greater awareness and support. Surveys, such as AOL’s Online Giving Study, have shown that charity-branded giving pages can help nonprofits get 38% more in donations compared to generic giving pages.
CauseVox is the first company to process donations through FirstGiving’s donation API. FirstGiving is a leading provider of online donation processing and fundraising solutions. The Giving Group, comprised of FirstGiving and its UK parent company JustGiving, has processed over $1 billion in donations since 2000.
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CauseVox was founded by Jeff Chang and Rob Wu in 2010. While fundraising for their pro bono project in Uganda, they were inspired to create a better technology solution for nonprofits. The fundraising solutions available required hacking tools together, were hard to use, or were unaffordable. After building their own prototype and raising more funds from friends and family than expected, they saw how this concept can help nonprofits raise more funding. Their goal is to help scale social good through technology. CauseVox is a graduate of Founder Institute.