3 Ways to Harness Mobile Fundraising in 2017

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Did you know 1 in 5 donations occurred via mobile device in 2016? Some 77 percent of all Americans now own a smartphone, while charitable giving expected to reach nearly $400 billion in 2017.With more and more donors connected at the hip with their smartphones, how can you tap into the trend?Read on for must-share stats on the current state of mobile fundraising, plus practical tips to spruce up 3 important areas of any mobile fundraising strategy.

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