With many features still to come, crowdfunding on the platform is now a whole new experience

HERE is some exciting news – the fundraising pages on Give Fundraisers have just been given a facelift, a makeover that will give you an enhanced user experience when raising funds on the platform.

As this new design interface goes live at 10am on January 30, 2021 it is the start of a new dawn for our crowdfunding platform, with many new features in the pipeline for our fundraiser pages. One of the key reasons for this is providing all of you with a much better, more satisfying user experience.

All fundraisers that were created before the changeover to the new-look pages will continue to have the old design till February 20, 2021. However, if you make any changes to your existing fundraiser before this date, it will automatically migrate to the new design.

Fundraisers set up after 10am on January 30 will benefit from the spanking new design.

Why you should raise funds on Give Fundraisers

  • Choice – of causes from a network of 1,800+ trusted NGOs
  • Support – from a dedicated medical fundraiser team
  • Credible – robust but simple verification process
  • Free – 0% platform fees, giving you maximum funds
  • Tax exemption – donors get tax deductible receipts for all donations
  • Scale – donations accepted in currencies from around the world

Whether you are fundraising for a cause you care about or for a health emergency, creating a crowdfunding campaign is easy and free on Give Fundraisers. Launch your fundraiser and share with family and friends for help and support for your cause.

Our crowdfunding platform brings both convenience and choice for fundraisers and donors in a safe, high-trust environment. With donations of over ₹700 crore, 1.5M+ donors have impacted the lives of 8M+ people pan India.

Established in 2000, Give is the largest and most trusted giving platform in India. Our community of 2.6M+ donors have supported 2,800+ nonprofits, impacting 15M+ lives across India.

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