Digital Donations Technologies - The Future of Charitable Giving

| October 5, 2017

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The nonprofit industry has gone through dramatic change; online fundraising platforms and technological advances make it easier for charities to reach existing donors and develop new ones. For many nonprofits, there are still too many obstacles in the way of sustainable fundraising.

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