Friday, April 26, 2013

Pure Charity + Give1Save1

Sooo... in case you haven't figured it out yet, we've teamed up with Pure Charity to make fundraising more transparent, easier to share, and well... also cooler looking. Here's what sold me on it, and I'm hoping you're going to fall in love with it too. I mean, it's your dollars we're using here, so I want you to love it.


  • Money donated through Pure Charity is tax deductible. 
  • Money donated goes directly to the agency of the adopting family. 
  • The fundraising family gets to keep more of the funds. Paypal takes quite the little chunk. 
  • The WIDGET! Ok, this is the total geek in me here, but I LOVE the widget like a spaz. Each family gets a widget that can be embedded on this blog, (but here's my favorite part) and also YOUR blog. That's right! You get to play a bigger part in this by smacking that widget in your  post each week. Any time any donation is made it's updated and you get to watch this little bar go higher and higher. I think this is really going to equal more sharing and giving and that's what we're all about, right? 
  • You can also donate to your favorite adoption just like you would your favorite charity, by shopping. I'm sure you can guess how I feel about that. 
So, this next week we're going to test drive our first family with Pure Charity. I bet you might be able to figure out who they are if you head on over and create your account.... :)

And, by the way, you'll want to do that. Your going to need to make an account to give or receive funds, but it's easy peasy and looks super classy. Also, if you're hoping to apply to be a Give1 family, just look for our tab on there. You'll be able to send us an application straight from the site. It'll be our first week, so be patient and definitely let us know if there are any kinks, but the Pure Charity folks are pros and I think it's going to be smooth as silk. So what are you waiting for?! If you plan on supporting adoptions and are a regular Give1... um, giver (?) just head over the Pure Charity and make sure you have an account. If you plan on setting up your own fundraiser or applying to be a Give1 featured family, head this way. And that's it. You've got all weekend. I hope it's a good one. We'll meet you back here Monday morning to get this party started. 


8 comments:

  1. Awesome!!! What a great opportunity!!!!!

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  2. Pure Charity won't let me set up a fundraising account because it doesn't recognize my adoption agency...how do I fix this?

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    1. Melanie, can you send the adoption agency info to FieldPartners@PureCharity.com?

      Currently, we only have loaded US Adoption Agencies as classified by the IRS. However, we know there are some gaps in that list. So, we can absolutely help, but just need to reach out to them to get set-up.

      Thanks,
      Mike (Pure Charity)

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  3. You are doing some amazing things! I am SO very excited for you!!!! If you have any families who adopt a younger child with heart complications or have a diagnosis of Down Syndrome feel free to have them get in touch with us. We are providing free nurseries that will be handmade by our volunteers. We would love to work with you and your families. Keep up the great work you do.

    Kori
    Owner of Bellies, Bundles & Taxi Cabs
    www.belliesbundlesandtaxicabs.blogspot.com

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  4. Yay!! I LOVE this so much :-) So excited about this amazing partnership!! :-)

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  5. Only negative is that it knocks out those of us that are doing an independent adoption. We have a lawyer in our daughter's country but are not working with an agency.

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    1. Nope, it won't actually. They are working that out right now and it'll definitely be possible. There might be an additional step, but independent adoption and travels will be covered soon!

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