CauseVox, New York based web startup Launches Crowd-Funding Platform for Nonprofits
CauseVox, a web startup based in New York City, 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 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.
Additional features of the platform include:
- Stress-free Administration Tools – Nonprofits can manage all aspects of their platform including fundraising pages, donations, and settings in a time-saving interface.
- Fundraising Pages for Supporters – Supporters can weave their own story within the nonprofit’s, and easily harness funds from the crowd of their personal networks.
- Affordable Pricing – Small and medium nonprofit friendly pricing make the platform accessible to the majority of nonprofits that need it the most.
Additional media can be found at:
- Press Kit
- Select Case Studies
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.Track Latest News Live on CEOWORLD magazine and get news updates from the United States and around the world. The views expressed are those of the author and are not necessarily those of the CEOWORLD magazine.
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