How does it work?
Register your event
Create an event profile in 30 seconds to link your brand to your fundraising events.
Create a fundraising event
Add a fundraising event, link charities and say how, when and where you'll fundraise.
Share the event with entrants and ask them to create personal fundraising projects.
Ask participants to share
Participants then ask for donations from their friends and family via e-mail, social media and WhatsApp.
Double your event's appeal with participant fundraising.
Fundraise for multiple events and track your impact in one place.
Add your official charities as beneficiaries.
Bring casual fundraising under your brand's control.
"After the Cape Town Marathon partnered with GivenGain in 2018, the amount raised for charities increased by over 100%."
Janet Welham, Race Director
Cape Town Marathon (World's Greenest Marathon 2017)
Got a question?
Check out our most common questions below, or click here to see our complete FAQs.
GivenGain Teams enables sporting event participants to fundraise for charity around a specific event. A Teams account gives event organisers a detailed overview of all participant fundraising for and donations to their chosen charity or charities, in the form of graphs, leaderboards and more. This enables them to see the success of the fundraising around their event, showcase the best fundraisers, track the donor countries reached by fundraisers, and give real-time feedback to stakeholders including the broader public.
Any event organiser may apply for a Teams account and create a charity fundraising event associated with its official event. Once this is done, the event organiser can link a GivenGain charity (or charities) to its fundraising event, enabling the charity to receive donations via participants' fundraising projects.
Individual participant fundraisers select charities linked to the event, set up their own fundraising projects and invite their friends, colleagues and family to donate to it.
Donations raised during a fundraising event are automatically transferred at regular intervals to the bank accounts of the beneficiary charities that are linked to the event (transfer schedules).