INDIANAPOLIS, April 18, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- SimpliGiv LLC today announced the availability and early adoption of its low-cost service that allows businesses to donate items to nonprofits with ease, and a free service for nonprofits to boost their auction fundraising.
Anyone who has been involved in donating or gathering item donations for fundraising, whether with a business or nonprofit, knows that it can be complicated, lengthy, and a significant drain on resources. Repeated calls, emails, and all the other back and forth between parties add to the difficulty and do nothing to advance giving or to achieve fundraising goals.
SimpliGiv smooths the whole process and saves substantial time and resources for everyone involved.
A donating business simply registers on the site, lists the items they wish to make available, enters criteria for nonprofit qualification and selection, and then selects a best-match nonprofit fundraising event for the donation.
SimpliGiv handles all the details, including essential communications between parties, and dynamic reporting for accounting, tax, and general management purposes.
"I am excited to see this technology launch. We anticipate this will help our business streamline our giving process so we can continue to support organizations without taking my team out of production, and to track everything in real time," said Jimmy Myers of Indianapolis Coca-Cola.
"Why wouldn't we do this?! SimpliGiv will save us time, so we can give more to those organizations that fit our mission," remarked Jeff Person of national retailer Lids, Inc.
SimpliGiv is not just for large companies and nonprofits. Any organization that wants to donate items to nonprofits of any size can take advantage of the service. Ease of use, low cost, and clear benefits are creating excitement in businesses of all sizes.
Jason Harris of MaxLife Chiropractic said, "I am looking forward to utilizing the SimpliGiv software. As a small business owner, this will allow me to better organize my giving so I can support all of the causes that are close to myself and my team."
"I am looking forward to having another tool to use to secure auction items. Even if we receive one or two items it's a huge help," said Beth Gehlhausen of Meals on Wheels of Hamilton County.
The service allows businesses to register with a free 30-Day Trial, followed by a low monthly commitment.
For registered nonprofits, SimpliGiv allows free use. Listing and publicizing donation needs for fundraising events such as auctions—including all the characteristics of the event: timing, item criteria, and other details—will make sure donations are well-suited to the audience and available on time.
Nonprofits will enjoy more and better quality donations as a result.
Jill Bennett of Indiana Chapter of ALS said, "In previous years, our volunteers and board members spent most of their time soliciting auction items. We are excited to use a new technology where we can save time for other needs."
The service was built to be easily accessible, intuitive, and comprehensive, from registration through the successful delivery of donated items.
"We built SimpliGiv to provide businesses a big advantage in managing item donations to nonprofits, and to give the nonprofit fundraising world a powerful new way to improve their results. For too long, the whole process has consumed too much time and effort on both sides," said Steve Roseman, Founder and President of SimpliGiv.
SimpliGiv is available now for any organization looking to make giving or receiving item donations easier, more efficient, and more rewarding.
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About Lids, Inc.
Operating out of Indianapolis, Indiana, the retail businesses make up more than 1,000 mall-based, airport, street level and factory outlet locations nationwide, and in Canada and Puerto Rico. LIDS retail stores offer officially licensed and branded headwear of collegiate teams, major professional sports teams, as well as other specialty fashion categories in the latest styles and colors. LIDS Locker Room is a mall-based retailer of sports headwear, apparel, accessories, and novelties which also operates under the Sports Fan-Attic and Sports Avenue retail concepts. Most LIDS and LIDS Locker Room stores also offer custom embroidery capability. LIDS Clubhouse operates team-specific professional sports and university athletics retail stores and e-commerce websites. Hat World, Inc. is a subsidiary of Genesco Inc.
About Maxlife Chiropractic
Dr. Jason Harrison, the eldest of three sons, was born and raised in the Midwest, four hours northeast of Fishers in Swartz Creek, MI, just outside of Flint. He graduated from the University of Michigan with an undergrad degree in Biology. He graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic-FL in September 2006 with a Doctorate in Chiropractic (DC). He's been practicing since February 2007.
About Indianapolis Marriott East
Our premier Indianapolis hotel is located just minutes from downtown and offers easy access to major highways. We are just minutes away from Downtown Indianapolis and Mass Ave. Boasting 90,068 square feet of event space, our hotel can accommodate meetings, conferences, social events, wedding receptions and other special occasions of all sizes. http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/inddt-indianapolis-marriott-east/?scid=bb1a189a-fec3-4d19-a255-54ba596febe2
About Indiana Chapter of the ALS
The Indiana Chapter of the ALS Association was founded in 1997 by a small group of passionate individuals touched by Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) to serve the needs of Hoosiers and their families living with the disease. Being the only ALS Association Chapter in Indiana, we serve the entire state and symbolize the hopes of people everywhere that ALS will one day be a disease of the past, conquered by the dedication of thousands who have worked tirelessly to understand and eradicate this perplexing killer. http://webin.alsa.org/site/PageServer?pagename=IN_homepage
About Meals on Wheels of Hamilton County
Established in 1975, Meals on Wheels of Hamilton County is a private, charitable 501(c)(3) organization governed by a volunteer Board of Directors. The organization receives no state or federal funding. It relies solely on the generous support of caring individuals to supplement fundraising efforts and community grants. http://mealsonwheelshc.org/
We're an experienced team that shares a passion to help communities through the good works of nonprofits, and the generous businesses that support them. Some of us are technical, some are philanthropy specialists—all of us are passionate and creative—and we're working to revolutionize the process of charitable giving for non-profit auction fundraising. Visit us at http://SimpliGiv.com.
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