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Donations and Fundraising: COVID-19 Webinar Recap

Webinar Recording https://www.slideshare.net/runsignup/donations-and-fundraising-during-covid19 Further your mission--but first, take care of your people This is and will continue to be an extremely difficult time for nonprofits. It’s time to go back to basics: engage your communities. People need connection more than ever. Focus on your employees, beneficiaries, and volunteers first, and keep any donations and fundraising... Continue Reading →

Creating an Event with a TBA Date

This is a stressful and uncertain time for many, but it will end. In the meantime, your nonprofit can continue planning your events and fundraising, but with some modifications. You can create a ticket event on GiveSignup with a TBA date and time (and location), but still take donations right on your website so that... Continue Reading →

Postponing or Cancelling Your Ticket Event

Coronavirus is affecting the entire run/walk/ride and event industry, and could be a real threat to your nonprofit event. You can check out other RunSignup/GiveSignup blogs to learn more about the precautions we are taking to protect our customers and our company.  Emergency and Race Postponement Plans for CoronavirusChargebacksTools for Planning and Chargeback ReservesWhy is... Continue Reading →

Why is RunSignup Moving So Fast on Coronavirus?

We’ve had many customers express surprise, concern and even anger at our steps to ensure all events have some level of chargeback reserve. Here are some answers to FAQ’s: Your Corona-report does not show a drop in registrations. Why did you change your stance this week? This is moving fast. When we first wrote about this on Feb. 27 there were... Continue Reading →

Event Emergency plans for Coronavirus

As we write this, Coronavirus is the headline of every news story and the subject of every water cooler office (physical or virtual) discussion. Let’s hope that the spreading stops soon, and that illnesses and death are minimized. But as event directors, our customers should have an emergency plan for this. This blog has some... Continue Reading →