Revolutionizing Philanthropy with Technology

Our CEO and cofounder Joe Phoenix spoke with Karen DeMasters from Financial Advisor Magazine about how combining philanthropy and technology helps employers easily manage charitable giving and prepare to make a greater impact in 2021.

“Any industry where you add technology gives you more flexibility and the ability to customize. Philanthropy is no different,” Joe said.

Technology revolutionizes philanthropy, giving companies the flexibility and ability to customize giving programs that can highlight the causes supported by their brand, employees, consumers, and community. As we enter 2021 and continue to face COVID-19, Givinga’s technology helps donors become more proactive and empowers businesses to adjust to new corporate giving trends.

Check out Karen DeMasters’s full article in Financial Advisor here.

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