American Childhood Cancer Organization (ACCO) is Now Working with CardFunder to Expand Fundraising Efforts

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The American Childhood Cancer Organization is working to bring more accessible ways to fundraise to our community and has recently started working with CardFunder. This fundraising platform turns new and partially used gift cards into charitable donations.

With the help of CardFunder, ACCO is accelerating fundraising efforts

With the help of CardFunder, ACCO is accelerating fundraising efforts

“We are honored to support ACCO’s mission to be the voice of childhood and adolescent cancer,” said Russ Howard, CEO at CardFunder.

The American Childhood Cancer Organization is working to bring more accessible ways to fundraise to our community and has recently started working with CardFunder, a new fundraising platform. CardFunder, allows nonprofits to turn unwanted gift cards into fundraising dollars. Recently, CardFunder launched its online giving platform and Mobile App, which makes fundraising even easier—and donating even more convenient. Donors can give new or partially used gift cards directly through the American Childhood Cancer Organization online campaign page or via Mobile APP powered by CardFunder.

This free tool allows donors to contribute from anywhere in the U.S., making it a game-changer for nonprofit fundraising. “We’re always looking for a new and innovative way to fundraise for our community,” said Blair Scroggs, Public Relations Coordinator at ACCO. Organizations can easily hold a virtual or hybrid fundraiser that solicits gift card donations from supporters across the nation.

“We are honored to support ACCO’s mission to be the voice of childhood and adolescent cancer,” said Russ Howard, CEO at CardFunder. By giving nonprofits an innovative new avenue for fundraising, CardFunder allows them to tap into the billions of unused gift card dollars. Americans have $21 billion in unused gift card funds, averaging $175 per person. Much of that amount will go to waste unless we pursue innovative ways of tapping into those funds. Many people forget to spend their gift card money or didn’t want it to begin with.

Why let these unwanted funds go to waste? With the help of CardFunder, ACCO can set up a fundraiser in minutes. Then, they share their link on their social networks, posting it on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. They also receive a QR code and URL-sharing link. Donors scan their gift cards and enter the numbers, following a few simple prompts.

“We’re really excited to see where this collaboration will take us,” said Scroggs.

Interested in getting involved with ACCO and Cardfunder? Click here: https://cardfunder.com/4ro3l-american-childhood-cancer-organization

About CardFunder
CardFunder powers fundraising efforts by enabling organizations to accept unwanted gift cards and monetizing the cards into cash donations. Serving schools, churches, nonprofits, and other groups, CardFunder provides all the tools needed to run a gift card campaign easily. Through these efforts, CardFunder helps local groups and large nonprofits tap into the more than $20B in unspent gift cards.

About ACCO
The American Childhood Cancer Organization was founded in 1970 by parents of children diagnosed with cancer. It is dedicated to making childhood cancer a national health priority through shaping policy, expanding research, raising awareness, and providing educational resources and innovative comfort programs to children with cancer and their families. Please visit http://www.acco.org/donate

Contact Info
CardFunder
Russ Howard
Founder / CEO
russ@cardfunder.com

ACCO:
Blair L. Scroggs
Public Relations Coordinator
bscroggs@acco.org

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