How it works
Your customers or supporters text your custom keyword to a shortcode.
Our system responds with a friendly text experience that guides the user to make a donation or sends them the info they need.
At any time, you can send text reminders, invites and important info to your full opt-in list or to specific sub-groups.
WHY TEXTING IS THE SMART WAY TO GO
PAYS FOR ITSELF
Texting via GivBee is easy, affordable and gets people to take action. What more do you need in a communication tool?
GivBee’s self-service platform is designed for office staff and marketing types — not techies and SMS experts.
UNBELIEVABLE READ RATES
Text read rates exceed 95%. SMS is now an essential part of business communication and can no longer be ignored.
SAVES TIME & AGGRAVATION
You’ll be amazed by how much faster and more efficiently you can reach your audience with a targeted text message.
All plans include:
~ List management
~ Group texting
~ Message scheduling
~ Interactive messaging
~ Send links
~ PayPal Integration
~ Data capture and real-time reporting
~ Free training & tech support
Integrates with donor management platforms:
BLACKBAUD’S RAISER’S EDGE NXT
All plans are month-to-month
See what other GivBee users are saying:
“Initially I was concerned about the tech part because I’m not techie. But it was very easy-to-use and contributed to the overall success of the event.
I think it’s a great service…I’m really happy.”
“The GivBee text system allowed us the ability to not only raise money at our events but give that instant gratification to donors by seeing how much we raised. It is a great tool that every nonprofit should use.
We’ve also incorporated it into our monthly messaging for event reminders, success stories, highlighting our mission and ticket sales.”
“The buzz in the room was amazing – as donations were being made via the text system, the people in the room started clapping and the thermometer total went up and up. The energy that the texting thermometer creates is infectious. In a span of about five minutes, donations increased by 38%. At first, I thought it was a mistake because the amount shot up so fast.”
Director of Development and Communications