GiveGab, which has recently acquired Kimbia, is a fundraising platform built for nonprofit organizations. It enables users to communicate with donors, broadcast custom-branded content, plan events, and more. In this article, we cover GiveGab reviews and pricing. Ready to get started? Visit its website.
Summary of Positive GiveGab Reviews
Users who gave GiveGab a positive review commended its straightforward design that allows them to easily train volunteers, manage donor information, and generate reports. They also mentioned the customer support team’s quick response time.
One user who gave GiveGab a positive review on Capterra said that its intuitive interface enables him to accomplish his daily fundraising tasks quickly. He also said that he can easily collect and organize donor details in the platform for crowdfunding events.
Summary of Negative GiveGab Reviews
As of the date this article was written (February 21, 2019), there aren’t many negative GiveGab reviews online. However, some users complained about the mandatory donor fee that causes the total funds raised to decrease. It is notable, however, that they are happy with the software in general.
GiveGab pricing has three paid subscription plans: Launch ($79/month), Boost ($149/month), and Enterprise (customized). GiveGab pricing varies depending on a user’s access to premium features such as third-party integrations, enhanced supporter tracking and engagement, customizable campaign forms, and donor tipping.
GiveGab charges users a variable monthly credit card processing fee.
Pricing plan charges do not apply to hosts or participants of Giving Days. A Giving Day is a 24-hour time frame that is allotted to nonprofit organizations to raise money for their cause.
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Check out the list below of some of GiveGab’s features:
- Online Fundraising
- Donor Tracking and Engagement
- Unlimited Event Fundraising
- Unlimited Campaigns and/or Crowdfunding
- Volunteer Management
- Donor Tipping
- Document Library
What types of organizations can organize a Giving Day?
GiveGab encourages nonprofit and higher education organizations, such as community foundations, cause-based agencies, schools, and universities, to create and participate in scheduled Giving Day initiatives.
How can GiveGab help users communicate with their donors?
GiveGab provides users with a suite of donor engagement tools that help them collect and organize contact information, monitor communication history, and receive donations. The platform also enables them to generate customized reports (using special filters) based on a donor’s activity and contributions.
Here is a list of some of GiveGab’s popular integrations: