Fundraising Forms and Events We Love

Qgiv clients are some of the most creative people we know.
Pet Resource Center of Kansas City

DONATION FORM

Pet Resource Center of Kansas City created a donation page that tells supporters how their donation will make an impact. They included a way for donors to direct their support (such as a general donation or special care), an option to dedicate a gift, and a way to offset processing costs.

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Junior Acheivement of Wisconsin

DONATION FORM

Junior Achievement of Wisconsin created multiple giving options corresponding to the pillars and values associated with their mission of inspiring and preparing young people to succeed in a global economy. They also included GiftAssist, a feature that offers a way for supporters to offset processing costs by adding a small amount to their final donation.

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Platform Art

DONATION FORM

Platform Art embedded a branded donation form on their own donation page. They created custom memberships that include details about the cost and perks of each membership level. They also included a link to their upcoming events at the top of the donation form, as well as details about each event to the right of the form.

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San Francisco City Impact

DONATION FORM

San Francisco City Impact embedded a branded donation form on their own donation page. They included impact information, a way for supporters to sign up for news emails, and links to their social media accounts.

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Second Servings of Houston

DONATION FORM

Second Servings of Houston created a multistep form with impact information and live photography of staff. They included a way for supporters to offset processing costs (called GiftAssist) and a way for supporters to dedicate their gift.

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Roundhouse Aquarium

DONATION FORM

The Roundhouse Aquarium donation page and form includes several impact statements and pictures tied to donation amounts to maximize their appeal. They include a short introduction about why support matters, along with an impact statement on the donation form itself that focuses on the supporter.

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Kuda Vana

DONATION FORM

Kuda Vana’s donation form is a great example of how to show impact information tied to specific donation amounts using images and text. Overall, their donation page is focused on who the gift impacts and explains why setting up a monthly recurring gift has an even greater impact.

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Wolf River Conservancy

EVENT

Wolf River Conservancy embedded their Qgiv event form right on their website to easily sell memberships! This is a great way to support year-round fundraising efforts, while keeping supporters on your page. We love that they took it a step further by adding a clear call to action for folks to give an optional one-time donation in addition to their membership fee!

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Chill Foundation

EVENT

Chill Foundation created a fully branded event landing page for their second annual Very Chill Golf Tournament using Qgiv’s event tools—complete with a registration form that supporters adore for its user-friendly design and easy-to-find links for social sharing! We love the customization they added with Qgiv’s video and map widgets—this makes it easy for registrants to know what to expect on the big day. On their registration form, they utilized Qgiv’s package tool to sell various registration options, drive raffle ticket sales, and communicate Sold Out messages.

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Great Plains Zoo

EVENT

Great Plains Zoo got creative with Qgiv’s event landing page—they used it to sell raffle tickets online and cross-linked to their Qgiv auction to drive more ticket sales. We love the branding and raffle prize details, including the image gallery.! They used customizable form widgets so supporters can see their Facebook feed, and they took it a step further by including a Google map to help folks find the zoo!

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Holton's Heroes

PEER-TO-PEER

Holton's Heroes knocked it out of the park with their peer-to-peer event design for the #BeAHeroChallenge. They reimagined their summer event in the form of a virtual photo challenge by asking supporters to "pose like a hero" to honor and celebrate brain injury survivors everywhere. They included a short video explaining the challenge, made it clear how people can particpate, and even offered fundraising tips for their supporters!

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The Sharing Center

PEER-TO-PEER

In response to the increased need for assistance related to the COVID-19 crisis, the Sharing Center set up a virtual pantry using the online store feature on Qgiv's peer-to-peer platform. They wanted people to feel like they were donating food by experiencing a mock grocery store. The funds raised through the Virtual Pantry are then used to purchase food for local families in need. Within the online store, they set up categories for different types of items, such as household and dry goods.

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Junior Achievement Rocky Mountain

PEER-TO-PEER

Junior Achievement Rocky Mountain created an eye-catching peer-to-peer page for their Bowl-a-Thon event. They made it easy for donors and participants alike to find the information they need by adding buttons for various roles like team captains and coordinators. They included information about JA's mission and impact, explained how the bowl-a-thon works, and even invited visitors to the page to volunteer. They included a photo gallery showing teams in action, and below that they added leaderboards for companies, teams, individuals, and donors—what a great way to foster friendly competition in the name of a good cause!

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John Wesley Community Health Foundation

FUNDHUB LIVE

John Wesley Community Health Foundation set up a nicely-branded FundHub Live and displayed it during their 2019 Benefit Dinner and Dance. Attendees sent a text message to the organization's simple text-to-donate number, included a donation amount and a simple message for the organization, and watched as their messages showed up on the big screen in real time as the donations rolled in!

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Pet Resource Center of Kansas City

DONATION FORM

Pet Resource Center of Kansas City created a donation page that tells supporters how their donation will make an impact. They included a way for donors to direct their support (such as a general donation or special care), an option to dedicate a gift, and a way to offset processing costs.

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Junior Acheivement of Wisconsin

DONATION FORM

Junior Achievement of Wisconsin created multiple giving options corresponding to the pillars and values associated with their mission of inspiring and preparing young people to succeed in a global economy. They also included GiftAssist, a feature that offers a way for supporters to offset processing costs by adding a small amount to their final donation.

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Platform Art

DONATION FORM

Platform Art embedded a branded donation form on their own donation page. They created custom memberships that include details about the cost and perks of each membership level. They also included a link to their upcoming events at the top of the donation form, as well as details about each event to the right of the form.

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San Francisco City Impact

DONATION FORM

San Francisco City Impact embedded a branded donation form on their own donation page. They included impact information, a way for supporters to sign up for news emails, and links to their social media accounts.

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Second Servings of Houston

DONATION FORM

Second Servings of Houston created a multistep form with impact information and live photography of staff. They included a way for supporters to offset processing costs (called GiftAssist) and a way for supporters to dedicate their gift.

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Roundhouse Aquarium

DONATION FORM

The Roundhouse Aquarium donation page and form includes several impact statements and pictures tied to donation amounts to maximize their appeal. They include a short introduction about why support matters, along with an impact statement on the donation form itself that focuses on the supporter.

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Kuda Vana

DONATION FORM

Kuda Vana’s donation form is a great example of how to show impact information tied to specific donation amounts using images and text. Overall, their donation page is focused on who the gift impacts and explains why setting up a monthly recurring gift has an even greater impact.

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Wolf River Conservancy

EVENT

Wolf River Conservancy embedded their Qgiv event form right on their website to easily sell memberships! This is a great way to support year-round fundraising efforts, while keeping supporters on your page. We love that they took it a step further by adding a clear call to action for folks to give an optional one-time donation in addition to their membership fee!

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Chill Foundation

EVENT

Chill Foundation created a fully branded event landing page for their second annual Very Chill Golf Tournament using Qgiv’s event tools—complete with a registration form that supporters adore for its user-friendly design and easy-to-find links for social sharing! We love the customization they added with Qgiv’s video and map widgets—this makes it easy for registrants to know what to expect on the big day. On their registration form, they utilized Qgiv’s package tool to sell various registration options, drive raffle ticket sales, and communicate Sold Out messages.

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Great Plains Zoo

EVENT

Great Plains Zoo got creative with Qgiv’s event landing page—they used it to sell raffle tickets online and cross-linked to their Qgiv auction to drive more ticket sales. We love the branding and raffle prize details, including the image gallery.! They used customizable form widgets so supporters can see their Facebook feed, and they took it a step further by including a Google map to help folks find the zoo!

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Holton's Heroes

PEER-TO-PEER

Holton's Heroes knocked it out of the park with their peer-to-peer event design for the #BeAHeroChallenge. They reimagined their summer event in the form of a virtual photo challenge by asking supporters to "pose like a hero" to honor and celebrate brain injury survivors everywhere. They included a short video explaining the challenge, made it clear how people can particpate, and even offered fundraising tips for their supporters!

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The Sharing Center

PEER-TO-PEER

In response to the increased need for assistance related to the COVID-19 crisis, the Sharing Center set up a virtual pantry using the online store feature on Qgiv's peer-to-peer platform. They wanted people to feel like they were donating food by experiencing a mock grocery store. The funds raised through the Virtual Pantry are then used to purchase food for local families in need. Within the online store, they set up categories for different types of items, such as household and dry goods.

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Junior Achievement Rocky Mountain

PEER-TO-PEER

Junior Achievement Rocky Mountain created an eye-catching peer-to-peer page for their Bowl-a-Thon event. They made it easy for donors and participants alike to find the information they need by adding buttons for various roles like team captains and coordinators. They included information about JA's mission and impact, explained how the bowl-a-thon works, and even invited visitors to the page to volunteer. They included a photo gallery showing teams in action, and below that they added leaderboards for companies, teams, individuals, and donors—what a great way to foster friendly competition in the name of a good cause!

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Tampa Metropolitan Area YMCA

AUCTION

Tampa Metropolitan Area YMCA got creative when it came to building their auction page by leveraging Qgiv’s easy- to- use customization tools! On their homepage, they added an eye-catching image gallery, embedded videos to encourage engagement, utilized the sponsor widget to display sponsor logos on rotation, and took it a step further by including a fundraising thermometer to inspire supporters to give. And let's not forget the amazing branding and easy navigation tabs that add a professional touch to their auction site, including custom pages to view auction items, thank sponsors, register for the auction, and a way to simply give a gift in support of the mission.

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Music Heals International

AUCTION

Music Heals International created a beautiful, branded auction page with easy-to-navigate buttons and created a special call out for their Fund-A-Need items. Fund-A-Need items bring visibility to your organization’s specific funding needs and can be called out at your event during the paddle raise, for example, to encourage donations. Fund-A-Need items are a great way to tie tangible impacts to your supporters’ donations and increase mission awareness!

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Animal Protective Foundation

AUCTION

Animal Protective Foundation did an outstanding job crafting a captivating page for their adorable Capital Region Fur Ball auction! To encourage competitive bidding among supporters, they included a link to download Givi, Qgiv’s mobile bidding app, right on their homepage. We love that Animal Protective Foundation opened their auction for in-person and virtual bidders to maximize auction item revenue! They also included an image gallery widget to show off last year’s event to encourage ticket sales and give guests a visual around what to expect on the big night.

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John Wesley Community Health Foundation

FUNDHUB LIVE

John Wesley Community Health Foundation set up a nicely-branded FundHub Live and displayed it during their 2019 Benefit Dinner and Dance. Attendees sent a text message to the organization's simple text-to-donate number, included a donation amount and a simple message for the organization, and watched as their messages showed up on the big screen in real time as the donations rolled in!

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