Customer Stories

CUSTOMER STORY: LEXINGTON HUMANE SOCIETY

Between its antiquated website and clunky, third-party online fundraising software, the Lexington Humane Society (LHS) was missing out on critical donations. It launched a new website and implemented Abila Fundraising Online to boost its online revenue, increase online event registration, and enhance the overall donor experience.

“By mid-May last year, the camps had just 16 registrants and $2,150. This year, LHS already has 76 campers registered, at a total of $12,390.”
Emily Tolliver, LHS Social Media and Graphics Coordinator

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CUSTOMER STORY: CAMPAIGN FOR EQUAL JUSTICE

Raising money for good causes is always a challenge. But it’s even harder when you rely on a third-party vendor to process donations, adding yet another step in the giving process and providing donors with a possible reason for pause.

The Campaign for Equal Justice (CEJ) in Oregon has been so pleased after adding Abila Fundraising Online and Sage Payment Solutions to Abila Fundraising 50 as it completes their fundraising suite. CEJ had been loyal users of Abila Fundraising 50 for a decade. The new add-ons have made their software investment even more valuable – and they estimate a savings of 50 percent of the time formerly spent on data entry.

“We’ve had a 276 percent increase in online giving, and raised more money online in December than we did all of last year – thanks to Abila Fundraising Online!”
Shari Nilsson, Office Manager, Campaign for Equal Justice

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CUSTOMER STORY: HABITAT FOR HUMANITY WINNIPEG

Habitat for Humanity Winnipeg uses peer-to-peer fundraising tools and a team-based fundraising model to exceed event fundraising goals by $60,000.

Habitat for Humanity Winnipeg chose Abila to help their organization, and the cyclists they support, exceed their fundraising goals. Habitat for Humanity Winnipeg uses Abila Fundraising Online to create customized registration forms that allow Cycle of Hope participants to uniquely sign up. Cyclists or event participants also have the advantage to create personalized fundraising pages in which they can share within their own social networks, like Twitter and Facebook.

“We raised $60,000 more this year over what we had hoped.”
Heather Scott, Database and Administration Supervisor, Habitat for Humanity Winnipeg

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