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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 and beautiful websites for each event.

Learning

The sales tax puzzle faced by nonprofits is extremely complex. While nonprofits are generally tax-exempt, they may still be responsible for collecting and paying sales tax on race registration fees, merchandise, memberships, and tickets (Note: Selling is different than a buyers exemption). The RunSignup/GiveSignup sales tax system makes it simple for nonprofits to be in compliance with sales tax laws.

Here is a list of resources to learn more about RunSignup/GiveSignup’s sales tax solution, and so that you can ensure your nonprofit is in compliance with your state’s sales tax laws.

Product Updates

Schedule and Send Pre-Event Reminders and Thank You Emails

Sending a reminder to your attendees, ensuring that they have their ticket purchase QR code for a fast check-in with GiveSignup’s Ticket Event CheckIn App, communicating event details, and thanking supporters for attending is simple with Event Communication Notifications. Learn More.

Multiple Donation Dedication Settings for Runs/Walks/Rides

You can now add multiple dedication settings to your run/walk/ride donation page, such as “in honor of”, “in support of”, “on behalf of”, etc. This gives donors more flexibility for how they can dedicate their donation when they donate to your cause. Learn More.

Donation Websites: CSV Upload for Offline Donations

It’s simple to upload a CSV file of offline donations to any donation website. This makes it efficient to enter a large number of offline donations so that your data is in one place. Learn More.

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