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Generosity Platform

The only generosity platform that combines the power of donor analytics with six different ways to give. Round Up, One Time, Recurring, Text to Give, Online Giving and Kiosks.

Generosity Data

Our proprietary analytics algorithm displays giving trends so you can track key donor metrics. Target message unique demographics and reach them where they are today in their generosity journey.

Generosity Coaching

We take biblical principles, best giving practices, and your ministry’s DNA and collaborate with you to weave them together into a strategy that will help you fund your God-inspired vision.

Generosity Journey

Everyone has a next step to take in generosity and our job is to help you identify this so you can reach people where they are in their generosity journey. There are four different types of givers and we developed a platform that supports moving people through these stages to grow in their generosity.
This type of giver is someone who decides to give for the first time. This is someone who has put their trust in the mission and is ready to take a first step in their generosity journey. As a rookie giver, their gift shows a growing trust in God and the leadership of the church.
A relative giver decides to give based on how they spend money in other areas of their life. They ask questions like, “Why am I giving more to my cell phone company than I am to God?” The relative giver will note their monthly spending (cable, new cloths, car payments, etc.) and start to reflect if their spending shows how important God is in their life?
When your relationship with God impacts your financial decisions you are a relational giver. A relational giver is beginning to learn about biblical stewardship or managing the money God provides in a way that honors Him. Biblical stewardship involves tithing (the practice of giving 10% to the local church you attend), saving money for the future, and avoiding debt.
As a radical giver, you begin to ask questions like, “Am I giving in a way that changes me? Does my giving affect my lifestyle? Does it stretch my faith?” The emphasis is not so much on what God is asking me to give, but on what God is asking me to keep. A radical giver is someone who makes a lifetime or long-term giving commitment that governs their larger decisions like homes, cars, investments, etc.

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