The world’s first cryptocurrency for charitable giving and good causes

| March 1, 2017

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Giftcoin is a groundbreaking new system designed to revolutionise charitable giving. With confidence in the charitable sector being seriously compromised, never has cultivating trust with donors been more important. Our vision is to create a world in which every time you give money to charity and good causes, you have total trust that your funds are going exactly where you want them to. By giving absolute trust and confidence, we believe donors will choose to give more money to the causes they care about.

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Accident Scene Management / Road Guardians

Leveraging Accident Scene Management Inc’s (ASMI’s) knowledge and experience, ASMI created the Road Guardian Program. ASMI is a non-profit organization whose mission is to reduce injuries and fatalities to motorcyclists through First Response Education. More nearly 20,000 students have been trained by 140+ certified instructors since 1996.Our Road Guardians program was created as a national branded program designation among motorcyclists that provides Resources, Rewards and Recognition to those who are properly trained and properly licensed. We encourage motorcyclists to be “lifelong learners” by providing resources and opportunity as well.

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Why Non Profits need RPA in a Digital Age

Article | March 23, 2020

Robotic Process Automation (RPA) has changed how leaders are running their organizations or businesses. Many companies can now use RPA technology to integrate or automate their processes thus reducing the amount of time and money that would have been spent on them. These tasks are completed automatically by RPA software as it can easily store data without any need of someone entering it manually. The workflow is managed on a regular basis; therefore routine tasks can easily be completed across different systems without any hindrance.

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Building Fundraising Campaign Themes That Increase Donations

Article | February 29, 2020

Have you ever seen a fundraising campaign that feels like, well, it’s just kind of sitting there? You know it’s an important cause, but there isn’t any "there" there in the messaging. Nothing is compelling you to take action, bringing together a coherent story. It can all feel a bit, well, empty. Launching your fundraising campaign without a theme is almost as tragic as having a cute cuddly puppy without a name, or a house with no foundation. Sure, the puppy is still adorable and cuddly, and the house might have some great features. If there's no way to introduce your puppy to your friends, and no firm foundation to keep the house stable, people have this missed connection that they can’t always point to, but they can feel.

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Online Giving and Other Fundraising Trends: 2020 Edition

Article | March 11, 2020

Nonprofits have a reputation of being behind the times in terms of the trends that emerge from year to year. However, if your nonprofit is able to keep up with these trends and incorporate them into your daily strategies, you’ll find yourself one step ahead of your fellow organizations and better able to advance your cause.

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LinkedIn for Nonprofits: 8 Strategies for Success

Article | March 9, 2020

LinkedIn, like its other social media counterparts, has hundreds of millions of registered users. However, a large user base doesn’t guarantee that you’ll drive engagement on your posts, which is what you really want. And a highly engaged audience, even if it’s smaller, is how you accomplish this. In that light, what makes LinkedIn valuable for your nonprofit is the audience. It’s a group of business to business (B2B) professionals who who are looking for connections and relevant content: they don’t want personal life updates or overtly politicized news, unless it’s relevant to their line of work. In fact, LinkedIn is the top choice for marketers who want to promote their content, data, and relevant news.

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Accident Scene Management / Road Guardians

Leveraging Accident Scene Management Inc’s (ASMI’s) knowledge and experience, ASMI created the Road Guardian Program. ASMI is a non-profit organization whose mission is to reduce injuries and fatalities to motorcyclists through First Response Education. More nearly 20,000 students have been trained by 140+ certified instructors since 1996.Our Road Guardians program was created as a national branded program designation among motorcyclists that provides Resources, Rewards and Recognition to those who are properly trained and properly licensed. We encourage motorcyclists to be “lifelong learners” by providing resources and opportunity as well.

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