It’s been over 2 months since we launched raffles and lotteries with InstaGiv and we are overwhelmed with how it has gone down with our clients.
Having recently launched this new product, the response has been massive. We spent months developing the latest development and we’re so glad you guys love it too.
Following pressure from the charity sector and AIME networks, they introduced a range of shortcodes during the summer. Along with the approval of HMRC, these shortcodes (72xxx) now allow SMS entries for society lotteries and raffles to be vat exempt.
Find out all about it
In case you’re still not in the loop, we recently held a webinar where we covered all things raffles and lotteries. In the webinar, we discuss:
- how you can introduce this into your fundraising
- how you can incorporate SMS with your current offering
- what license you need
- what an ELM is and much more
We are happy to schedule calls with any UK registered charity who is interested in learning more. We take pride in the fact that we guide you step by step through your SMS fundraising and engagement journey with InstaGiv.
Catch up on demand
If you missed our webinar last week, luckily, we have recorded it and uploaded it to our YouTube channel. Here, you can watch and listen to the full recording filled with facts and FAQs. Watch our Raffles and Lotteries webinar here.
Have you downloaded our brochures on Raffles and Lotteries via SMS yet?
Many UK charities hold their own weekly or monthly lottery or one-off raffles with us. At InstaGiv, we are giving you the opportunity to use SMS as a means of collecting entries and monies.
With our built-in address verification system, the only thing the charity needs to do is issue tickets and contact the winner. It’s that easy! At present, we have two price points for you to choose from along with many thoughts and ideas to share with you.
Book a demo today
To find out more, request a demo or a call-back today. One of our friendly team members will go over everything in more detail with you.
Alternatively, for more information on this additional guidance on licencing, please contact us at any time on 028 7087 8220 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.