Can’t Attend? Donate!

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Encourage people who can't attend an event to still donate, without having to purchase a ticket

Stop leaving money on the table! If you are running an event with the purpose of raising money for a cause, one of the easiest ways to increase your earning potential is to ask people who can't attend the event to leave a donation instead. Many other major ticketing platforms do not do this but we consistently see 50%+ increases in volume from events who switch over to making this simple ask.

Live Example

  1. Head to our live Events demo campaign here: https://demo.givebutter.com/events
  2. Click "Donate & Tickets"
  3. Choose "No thanks, I'd just like to donate"
  4. There it is! A simple ask for a donation in lieu of a ticket purchase

Pro tip: You can pair this feature with others like Add a Donation, Custom Donation Amounts, Recurring Donations, and Trackable Links + Leaderboards for maximum fundraising event ROI!

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Givebutter is free to use and offers a wealth of great tools for accepting donations for nonprofits of all sizes. We are all really delighted at the robustness of what is offered by Givebutter, including SMS and email blasts, a handy and simple donor CRM, and embeddable donation and ticketing forms. Givebutter actually does some things that other platforms, which cost hundreds or more each year, don't do. The customer support is also fast, personable, and very helpful. A lot of thought has gone into making Givebutter easy, yet it also has a lot of features. We love everything about it and look forward to more features in the future. Other platforms like Givebutter either offer fewer features and tools or cost a lot (or any) money, so we are delighted by Givebutter as a small nonprofit.

Cris Edwards

Founder & Director

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