SAVI and Qgiv Announce Strategic Partnership to Give Veteran-Centric Nonprofits a Fundraising Boost

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Easy-to-use tools for online fundraising enable greater support for U.S. Military Veterans

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“We’re proud to be working with SAVI Vets to support them and their affiliated organizations.

The Strategic Alliance for Veteran Integration (SAVI) is pleased to announce its new partnership with Qgiv, a user-friendly fundraising software that helps organizations process charitable donations and event registrations. The innovative partnership encourages growth in the nonprofit fundraising community for Veteran causes, by Veterans themselves. The increased simplicity and efficiency that Qgiv’s tools offer to contribute to SAVI’s multipart mission to nurture Veteran entrepreneurs who launch their own nonprofit or business after separating from the military.

As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, SAVI creates and supports a seamless transition process for U.S. military Veterans by providing training, guidance, and resources that facilitate a sustainable model of integration for former service members into civilian life. This approach is unique because it also includes consulting services for employers seeking to recruit and retain Veteran employees, as well as certifications for the 45,000 Veteran service organizations that provide benefits assistance and for Veterans claims representatives.

SAVI’s founder Adrianne Phillips, a 100-percent service-disabled Air Force Veteran, said, “We're happy to support our partnered Veteran nonprofits by sharing resources and tools that will maximize their efficiency. Qgiv has an amazing platform that will support their fundraising efforts. We're happy to partner with an organization that gives back to the Veteran community and supports the organizations who serve them.”

Qgiv set out to build a clear and easier way for any tax-exempt organization to accept donations and contributions online. Since launching, Qgiv has grown into a thriving organization that prides itself on fast, one-on-one customer service and intuitive features. Nonprofit organizations often face high work volumes with limited resources, and the online donations industry was a source of confusion that Qgiv sought to resolve for the very organizations that need fundraising the most.

Qgiv’s vice president of business development, Brendan Smith, said, “We’re proud to be working with SAVI Vets to support them and their affiliated organizations. They do valuable work for the Veterans in our communities, and we look forward to exploring how we can help them expand their reach with our online fundraising tools, educational material, and ongoing support.”

About SAVI
Established in 2018, SAVI empowers Veterans and the organizations that support them through education and strategic partnerships.

About Qgiv
Founded in 2005, Qgiv's founders set out to build a clear, easy way for any tax-exempt organization to accept donations and contributions online. Qgiv gives nonprofits the ability to accept any type of online donation or event registration and lets donors set up recurring gifts, all from a secure web-based system that looks exactly like their website.

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