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What Happened to Crowdrise?

Many nonprofits, their run/walk/ride partners, individual fundraisers and their donors are being surprised to see Crowdrise.com redirected to an entirely new website - https://charity.gofundme.com/. It is a bit confusing since GoFundMe made no real mention of the Crowdrise brand shut-down and redirect in their press release on October 15, or anywhere on their site. GoFundMe... Continue Reading →

All-In-One Charity Bib Fundraising Platform

A growing number of nonprofits are using RunSignup/GiveSignup for charity bib fundraising. They are choosing RunSignup/GiveSignup as their all-in-one fundraising solution to raise more and save time for several reasons: Easy-to-use all-in-one platform for nonprofits and fundraisersFree platform with a flat 4% processing fee on all donations that donors can opt to payFree Facebook Fundraiser... Continue Reading →

Ticket Event Questions

You can now collect additional information from your ticket purchasers and/or ticket holders with flexible Ticket Event Questions. To add questions for your attendees to answer when they buy tickets, navigate to Event >> Questions from your Ticket Event Dashboard. Click the orange Create a Question button to start adding questions. How to Create Questions... Continue Reading →

GiveSignup November Newsletter

Introducing Cover Pages for Ticket Events With GiveSignup’s free ticket event websites, any nonprofit can create real websites for all of their ticket events with a custom domain or subdomain, built-in security, mobile responsiveness, SEO optimization, and integrated event information. Cover pages take branding to the next level, with an easy point-and-click builder that allows a nonprofit to create unique... Continue Reading →

Ticket Event Cover Pages

With GiveSignup's ticket event websites, any nonprofit can create a real website for their event(s) with a custom domain or subdomain, built-in security, mobile responsiveness, SEO optimization, and integrated event information. Cover pages let nonprofits create websites that look as professional and unique as the events they represent. GiveSignup's Ticket Event Websites look professional yet... Continue Reading →

Sales Tax Setup for Marketplace States

By early December, RunSignup will begin collecting, reporting and remitting sales tax on behalf of all events in Marketplace state. You can see if your event is in a Marketplace State on our RunSignup Public Taxability Matrix. There are several good resources for you to refer to for more information: Sales Tax PoliciesTaxability MatrixDetailed ImplementationSales Tax WebinarSales Tax... Continue Reading →

Sales Tax for non-Marketplace States

You can see if your event is in a non-Marketplace State on our RunSignup Public Taxability Matrix. Unlike Marketplace States, each event can choose to enable our Sales Tax System. Please see our blog on how to enable your event in our Dashboard. As of January 1, 2020 there will be 37 Marketplace states plus... Continue Reading →

Sales Tax Exemptions for Nonprofits

Many states offer nonprofits a sales tax exemption on event fees and sometimes merchandise sales. (Note: selling is different than a buyers exemption). The RunSignup sales tax system makes it simple for nonprofits to comply with the complex labyrinth of collecting sales tax appropriately. There are two things that nonprofits must do to get the... Continue Reading →