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Company Overview of MobileCause Inc.
MobileCause Inc. provides a cloud based fundraising and communication platform that helps users to gain new donors, increase recurring gifts, and engage supporters. Its cloud based platform enables charities, churches, universities, nonprofit organizations, political groups, socially responsible corporations, and philanthropists to raise funds and engage donors through mobile and social channels. The company’s platform offers various tools, including Mobile Pledging that enables causes to receive text donations; Volunteer Fundraiser, a peer to peer mobile fundraising solution that strengthens organizations by empowering volunteers to raise donations; Online Giving that helps users to configu...
23480 Park Sorrento
Calabasas, CA 91302
Founded in 2006
Key Executives for MobileCause Inc.
Chief Executive Officer and Director
Co-Founder and Executive Vice President of Sales & Market Development
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
MobileCause Inc. Key Developments
MobileCause Inks Multi-Year Agreement with United Way Worldwide to Provide Mobile First Fundraising Solutions
Nov 4 15
MobileCause announced that United Way Worldwide has signed a multi-year agreement to use MobileCause to grow their mobile first fundraising and individual engagement initiatives across all of their local United Ways. After a pilot program with select local chapters, where MobileCause helped one in particular raise over half a million dollars in only a few weeks, United Way has further engaged MobileCause as their primary provider for mobile first donor communication and fundraising technology and solutions. MobileCause will work with United Way to increase and simplify employee engagement and giving, while leveraging the power of a device which 90% of Americans have with them at all times.
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