41% of millennials planned to donate to a political campaign in 2020.

Does your campaign know how to leverage that giving power?

DOWNLOAD: 11 Ways to Turn Passionate Millennials into Ongoing Donors

Introducing the “Giving Generation”

According to Zelle’s Consumer Payment Behaviors report, nearly 75% of millennials sent some kind of financial aid to family or friends, or supported a nonprofit, during the Covid-19 pandemic. (Compared to the general adult population at 64%.)

Your political campaign is hoping to make a difference in your community and in the country. To do this, you’ll need to partner with millennials to create a platform of ongoing donors. 

We’ve compiled eleven researched ways to build support among the “giving generation.”

11 Ways to Turn Passionate Millennials into Ongoing Donors

How much has your campaign lost in credit card fees?

In the 2016 election cycle, federal political campaigns paid $51.5 million in credit card fees (FEC). Most politicians lose a small fortune in monthly processing charges and excess transaction fees. Worse, donors get wary of bloated overhead costs and doubt the campaign…and you

At ChatGive, we know you want to run a responsible campaign, which is why we offer the only text-to-give platform that allows you to fundraise without monthly account fees or extra transaction fees. We also offer the lowest percentage rate on the market.

We believe you should be able to keep more money in your campaign, all while benefiting from a customizable chat interface.


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