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Welcome. Here you’ll find the information you need about the MobileCause brand.

We are mobile for a cause. Our mission is to put the most powerful software into the hands of those doing the most good.” – Sean MacNeill, MobileCause CEO

The MobileCause Story

MobileCause is an investor-backed Los Angeles SaaS company founded in 2008. We were one of the first startups to incorporate text to donate as a fundraising solution.

Today, MobileCause is the world’s leading mobile and online fundraising software for educational, faith-based, healthcare, and charitable nonprofit organizations.

MobileCause software is intuitive and easy to implement for nonprofits organization of all sizes and segments. Our clients include The American Heart Association, Habitat for Humanity, The Salvation Army and the University of Southern California.

Recent MobileCause Press Releases

MobileCause Hires Chief Marketing Officer, Kristal Bogle
March 30, 2017

MobileCause is proud to announce Kristal Bogle as the company’s new Chief Marketing Officer. Kristal will spearhead all aspects of marketing, including branding, product marketing, events, public relations and communications.
Read more…

MobileCause Expands its Executive Management Team
March 29, 2017

MobileCause announces that with Tim Kane’s leadership as a member of the MobileCause executive team and in his role of Senior Vice President of SMB Sales, he has led exponential growth of the SMB sales team over the first quarter of 2017.
Read more…

MobileCause Raises $15M in Series B Funding Led by Level Equity
January 9, 2017

MobileCause will use the capital as part of an aggressive product innovation and expansion strategy in the US and internationally.
Read more…

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MobileCause In The News

Text Messaging and Cause Marketing: 5 Things Your Nonprofit Must Know

Nonprofit organizations are always looking for new ways to improve their cause marketing, but due to a number of factors, it isn’t always possible to take a risk on new solutions without being sure they will work. Read more…

How to Turn Your Donors into Peer-to-Peer Fundraisers

When it comes to fundraising, there’s no such thing as too many donations. But as you likely know “too many donations” is, unfortunately, not a common issue. That’s why nonprofit organizations are constantly seeking solutions to fundraise smarter, better, and easier than before. Read more…

10 Proven Year-End Fundraising Techniques To Collect More Donations

The big year-end fundraising push is around the corner—the single biggest fundraising opportunity of the year! With all the bustle around the holiday season, however, it can be easy to fall behind on your planning. Read more…

The Worst Advice We’ve Ever Heard About Mobile Fundraising (That Every Nonprofit Needs To Know)

Fundraising is a hard enough task for your nonprofit – but you also need to think about year round and cross device. How will you raise funds? Where will you do it? Who are you gleaning information from for these endeavors?  Read more…

USEA to use MobileCause to Better Reach its Members

Partnering with MobileCause will make it easier for USEA members on-the-go to support programs to ensure safety and future of the sport of eventing. Read more…

Seven Ways to Maximize Online Giving (Infographic)

See how Charity Digital News spotlights a popular MobileCause infographic in this article about the growth of online giving. Read more…

Arrowhead United Way Seeks To Raise Donations with Crowdfunding Campaign Benefiting Victims of San Bernardino Attacks

When Arrowhead United Way partnered with MobileCause to raise money to help the victims and families of the San Bernardino using online donations and text-to-donate keywords. Read more…

Boys & Girls Clubs Giving Kids a “High 5”

This article in the NWI Times looks at the MobileCause crowdfunding technology that the Boys & Girls Club of Northwest Indiana used to help raise money to keep their programs and facilities going. Read more…

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