Digital Fundraising 101 with FlipGive
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Let’s be honest – we know the costs of sports can be overwhelming. Factoring in registration, equipment, travel and other expenses, the average family in the United States could spend nearly $900 on one child’s sport’s season. (SOURCE)
Teams and families rely on fundraisers to help offset season costs year after year, but traditional fundraising methods can be time-consuming, awkward and often don’t earn as much as it takes to organize them.
Don’t sweat. There’s a better way.
Simplify the way you earn money this season with FlipGive, a free and easy-to-use cash back app designed to help families offset the cost to play.
THREE WAYS TO EARN MONEY WITH FLIPGIVE:
- Shop online. Earn cash back for your team on everyday spending at over 700 top brands. Doing your weekly grocery shopping? Cash back ✅ Kids need new gear? Cash back ✅ Planning to travel for summer vacation? Yup, you guessed it…cash back ✅ FlipGive makes it easy to search for your favorite brands. Just click the offer and shop directly from the brand website.
- Buy digital gift cards. Hundreds of brands offer a digital gift card option on FlipGive. Keep it for yourself in your in-app wallet or send it as a gift to someone special! Spend your cards easily whenever you shop – print it out ahead of time, or scan them in store from your phone with the FlipGive Shop app.
- Accept donations from supporters and fans. According to Crowd 101, 54% of donors worldwide prefer to give online with a credit or debit card. Share your donation page with family and friends and run the easiest donation drive you’ve ever tried!
More and more busy sports families are choosing to ditch in-person events due to time constraints. Digital fundraising through apps like FlipGive allows you to earn money directly from the sidelines or comfort of your own home on a phone or laptop. It’s a win-win!
The Manhattan Mayhem softball team earned over $1000 in just a few months.
Sign up today, invite your team and start earning! GET STARTED!
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