Giveffect always strives to stay in the lead of design and automation, and one new feature gives a sleeker look to the easy-to-design nonprofit campaign pages. This new design will be available on all outward-facing campaign pages and on all types of pages, from fundraising to RSVP to volunteer.
One of the major changes in the look is that tabs are now used towards the middle of the page to allow for navigation to page components such as: Auctions, Products, Activity Wall, Teams, Participants, Supporters, and Albums.
Let’s take a look at some of these changes on the pages.
First let’s look at a more traditional single fundraiser, that has some story elements and rewards for tiered giving.
Here is how a team event looks in the new design.
And this is how an event shows how sponsors and merchandise can be displayed:
And this is how an event with an auction will be displayed:
Another major change is that you can now customize background color, and experiment with having the background image mixed with the background color to give a tinted photo effect.
The Giveffect Difference
These nonprofit campaign pages allow nonprofits and volunteers to track the status of their fundraisers and events in real time, and it also provides a hub that makes taking donations easy. And you can create a page for almost any style of event, from team events, auctions, personal fundraising, merchandise sales, ticketed events, membership events, and more.
Simply give the link to your nonprofit campaign page to a potential donor or volunteer, and they can easily complete the online process to quickly make a donation/signup. These pages make both fundraising and volunteering digitally, through social media, or by email a breeze.
And for donations, each one made on these pages is instantly reflected in Giveffect and tracked, with every donor, old or new, being credited with the donation, and proper receipts are automatically sent.
Questions about the new nonprofit campaign page designs? Contact our Client Success team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Learn more about how campaign pages can help you: