Truist, a specialist in building corporate philanthropy solutions, recently unveiled the InstaGive peer-to-peer fundraising platform, which can be used by small and medium-sized organizations to initiate their own cause-based charitable programs.
Built as a fully-hosted and self-managed solution, InstaGive offers an intuitive, easy-to-use interface with the flexibility to support any number of cause programs of any duration. With security as a top concern whenever money is involved, InstaGive uses enterprise-grade encryption and security procedures to protect the credit card data of all users.
"InstaGive is an innovative and affordable solution that really cuts down the barriers for smaller organizations to start their own cause-based charitable programs," said William B. Horne, president and CEO of Truist. "We designed InstaGive from the start to be secure and simple for donors to use. Organizations can now have their own branded microsite, which is a better approach than using widgets targeted towards the retail philanthropy market."
The donation process is simple and users can share charitable opportunities with friends and family through integrated social media tools. In addition, this platform allows organizations to set up their own microsite with a customized, intuitive user experience in no time. Small organizations can get admission to the same in-house processing and distribution infrastructure that Truist has been using for its Fortune 500 clients to consistently and precisely distribute funds to their choice of nearly 1.1 million nonprofits.
It is made for donors and anyone in their network to easily make a donation through InstaGive via credit card. The funds are distributed monthly and users have full transparency on the status of their donations.
Organizations are also offered with real-time reporting capabilities to measure the accomplishment of their programs and escalate their participation in future. InstaGive's full social media integration makes it easy to encourage the fundraising programs across multiple channels.