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In his article for The NonProfit Times, Mark Hrywna looks at the success of Georgia’s one day of giving with donations totaling over $6M.  Mr. Hrywna has been writing for NPT since 2005, covering the nonprofit hot-topic issues including governance, transparency and finances.

17,000 Georgia Donors Gave $3.6 Million

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Mark Hrywna | The NonProfit Times | 11/16/15

Georgia Gives Day raised $3,673,562 from 17,318 donors this year, held on Thursday, Nov. 12. Georgia Gives Day generated $2.296 million in 2014 and $1.448 million in 2013 after $980,000 in the inaugural year. Launched in 2012, the 24-hour fundraising blitz has grown each year and has since raised more than $8.4 million from more than 54,000 donations.


Planning For Your Own One Day of Giving

On December 1st, this year’s #GivingTuesday, nonprofits all over the world will be reaping the rewards of the public’s charitable inclinations and their desire to make a positive difference for the causes they believe in. Ensure your organization sees the best results is to this year’s one day of giving by make donating to your cause as easy as possible. Crowdfunding promoted through your network of donors, supporters, and volunteers, empowers them to easily set up mobile-friendly fundraising pages of their own to raise money on your organization’s behalf. They can then share their custom pages with their own network of friends, family, and colleagues on Facebook and Twitter. Make the most of this year’s #GivingTuesday and ensure a successful year end for your organization by leveraging the power of mobile to engage your supporters before during and after the one day of giving.

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