The digital revolution has drastically changed the way people and organizations operate. Thousands of solutions have provided bridges and means for organizations to access a global audience and streamline formerly arduous and repetitive tasks and activities. A new platform, Giving Digitized, has become a disruptor in the non-profit sphere by providing an online giving portal that promises reliability and ease of use for donors and beneficiaries alike.
Giving Digitized was formulated by Shazia Peeran, a young and talented entrepreneur, product manager and engineer who wanted to change the way people gave. The idea of the software looks to provide a breakthrough for thousands of nonprofits and charities around the globe. “We provide smart solutions for nonprofits and charities of all sizes and pride ourselves on our unparalleled, dedicated service,” shares the team on its website. “At Giving Digitized, we believe that the right understanding and technological edge can lead companies and charities towards a successful future.”
The new solution looks to make it easier for charities and the community to participate in social causes in a time of social distancing and vast digitization. The company commits to ease of use as a promise to all givers and fundraisers. The team at Giving Digitized built the solution with both the charities and communities in mind. The platform hopes to create a new wave of social participation and altruism—something that many researchers show brings greater joy and fulfillment to donors. Adjacent to that is its goal to empower more charities by giving them the infrastructure and platform needed to reach a greater donor audience and run more programs through the additional supplies and streamlined operational infrastructure with Giving Digitized’s help.
Since its launch back in 2020, Giving Digitized has served hundreds of families through seventeen charities spread out across four states. It has also enabled some of these charities to now serve up to 24,550 meals in the community and raise supplies on “Marketing Luther King Jr Day,” one of the organization’s most extensive one-day in-kind efforts to date where participants from over 24 cities came together to join hands for a cause.
It is their goal to make it easier for the community to send supplies directly to charities. More than that, they want to make it easier for charities by streaming their operational flow throughout the process. In the near future, they want to add more features such as case management and career placement.
Giving Digitized has also served the Presidential Inaugural Committee National Day of Service, a celebration organized by AmeriCorps. Yet despite all those wins, the team still has its sights set on even more significant milestones. The company’s big audacious goal is to help over a million people in need through their digital service. They currently have ongoing efforts for causes that address hunger, homelessness, and poverty and hope to increase that scope in the coming years.
The charities that Giving Digitized supports have raised supplies for all kinds of in-kind gifts for the underprivileged, including food, groceries, cleaning supplies, natural disaster relief, holiday toy baskets, winter gear baskets, family baskets, and many others. On top of providing a giving platform and centralized in-kind management dashboard, the company also runs an extensive press release and social media network that helps increase the network of various non-profits all over the nation.
Yet the team at Giving Digitized remains hungry and passionate to help others. In the next few years, it hopes to polish its platform and provide more features such as case management and career placements that will help charities in their efforts to make the world a better place.
There are opportunities throughout the year to participate in virtual giving drives head over to the site to sign up for free today. They are welcoming corporate and group memberships, and sponsorships.