Clorox is undertaking a social responsibility-centered approach by inviting consumers to purchase its products, snap a photo of their receipts and upload them onto a mobile-optimized site to receive PayPal credit redeemable toward charitable donations.
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Nonprofits’ mobile giving programs could get a boost as both Facebook and PayPal roll out new programs that make it easier for on-the-go millennials to donate to a charity.
Brokerage firm Charles Schwab & Co. is creating a positive image in San Francisco by partnering with an application in which users interact with an ad to extract a donation to the Boys & Girls clubs.
Seattle Children’s Hospital is inspiring more donations by fostering a partnership between several donation-based shops and a mobile marketplace application, which contacts potential buyers via a messaging feature.
As the 2016 presidential race ramps up in intensity, candidates are capitalizing on mobile donations that enable supporters to instantly send campaign funds from their smartphones, raising the soliciting stakes even higher.
Gap Inc.’s Old Navy is unzipping consumers’ holiday shopping excitement via its annual Overnight Millionaire sweepstakes and a social media-enabled donation campaign to celebrate good deeds during one of the most charitable seasons.
Fundraising platform MobileCause is bringing text-to-donate campaigns to the forefront by allowing audiences viewing Warren Miller’s Chasing Shadows film to virtually send funds to help the Nepal earthquake relief efforts, proving that QR codes and SMS functions have not become dormant.
Funds raised since the 2007 inception of Text-to-Pledge succeeded the $25 Million benchmark last month during the Elton John AIDS Foundation Oscar party in Los Angeles.
The American Red Cross has revamped its Web and mobile site in an ongoing effort to let consumers help others through donations of time, blood or money.
The Seattle Foundation recently ran a campaign that generated $7.4 million in online contributions for nonprofits, 2.7 percent of which came through mobile.