Proven three-step approach to raising funds online.
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Personal and team fundraising pages.
Sell free or paid tickets for in-person or virtual events.
Campaign pages for project fundraising.
Track donors and manage their giving history.
Forms and buttons for one-time and recurring giving.
Connect CauseVox to other software.
Latest fundraising tips and techniques.
Take a deep-dive into digital fundraising.
Free guides, how-to's, and templates.
Attend live or watch on-demand sessions with experts.
Read how other nonprofits are raising funds online.
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CauseVox replaces outdated donation forms and buttons so you get more donations daily.
Takes one minute from start
Remember and pre-fill information
from returning donors.
Hide optional sections to reduce
form fields by 46%.
Donors can quickly pay by
Recommend donation amounts
Automatically forward donors to any page you like after their donation.
Personalize email receipts to donors, branded to your organization.
Link any text to a pop-up donation
Add a donate button to your
Place a form directly on your
Branded donation page hosted
Customize your suggested giving levels. Add in descriptions to tie the amount to impact.
Donors can cover your credit card and platform fees.
Ask your own questions on your donation form (ex. phone number or t-shirt size).
Restrict and/or default donations to only recurring donations.
Recurring donors can update their donation on their own.
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