Columbia University raised $20 million in 24 hours. During their Giving Day, donors were inspired to “change lives that change the world” through daylong and hourly challenges hosted on the platform. Learn how the platform can be used to engage your donors and make your next Giving Day the best one yet.
The University of Michigan crushed their Giving Day goal by a 20% increase in donors over their previous year, utilizing challenges and digital content on the platform to motivate donors all day long. Learn how your institution can leverage the same dynamic tools and maximize your success.
A university record was set for the University of Florida during their Giving Day when they received over 11,000 gifts and $12.6 million from Gator fans in 73 countries and all 50 states. Learn how you can leverage the same dynamic tools and industry leading best practices for your institution’s giving day.
In less than four months, KCAI’s highly customized and innovative giving and alumni site was live. Learn how KCAI upgraded their advancement and alumni engagement platform with Snap! Advance.
Providence accomplished their goal of reaching at least 1,917 donors and $100,000 in donations. With more than 3,000 donors making over $800,000 in gifts, this Giving Day catapulted PC into its second century. Learn how Providence College achieved this goal through our platform.
Every institution we work with is at a different place in their advancement and alumni engagement efforts. The Snap! Advance Platform was built to provide the full suite of tools your institution needs to be successful. Whether your institution is looking to engage donors where they are or leverage a fully integrated marketing and communications platform, we have you covered.
Update your website content, email schedules, and event registrations from one simple to use platform. It was built on the premise that advancement and alumni department resources are being scaled back across the country. No coding experience is required to configure your platform on the fly.Learn more