DoJiggy is a Web-based platform built to handle the tasks associated with launching and managing fundraising campaigns for nonprofits, schools, churches, community organizations and for-profit businesses. This software can easily be customized to support multiple types of campaigns: walk-a-thons and other “a-thon” events, golf tournaments, charity auctions, conferences, meetings, galas and more.
With DoJiggy, event organizers and fundraisers can create online portals where event participants can register and pay fees, as well as make one-time or recurring donations. Built-in crowdfunding features also give participants the option to create personal fundraising pages for peer-to-peer campaigns.
The charity auction module provides detailed auction item listings, bidding, tracking and “buy now” pricing, while DoJiggy’s unique golf tournament module handles golfer registration, team pairing, sponsorship management, product sales and more.
DoJiggy’s back-end administration area has all the tools event organizers need to manage event details, sponsorships, sales and donations, in addition to up-to-the-minute reports on event and campaign progress.
Suzanne from Yapper Girl
Specialty: K-12 Education
It's flexible solution with great support staff. We had a consistent improvement in fundraising when implementing DoJiggy.
It can be time consuming to set up the first time (there are a lot of features and choices for the setup). But for successive events, you can use cloning to avoid the initial set up steps.
Determine whether you'd like to have control over your payment processor.
Look at how teams/groups are managed. Do you need parents/guardians to be able to manage users' accounts? If so, will they have multiple participants in the event? DoJiggy allows a single administrator to manage multiple fundraising pages. Others do not.
Barbara from University
Specialty: Higher Education
The product is easy to use, and the vendor is always available for questions.
I cannot think of anything, and I have been using your product for about 5-6 years now.
Try it. You will like it; it's user-friendly.