MobileCause raises $15M

What does MobileCause do?

MobileCause, is a leading digital fundraising and communications platform which helps non-profit companies gain new donors, engage with supporters and increase recurring gifts. Their solutions enable faith based, educational, charity and healthcare organizations in raising money at a lower cost with a suite of products, including peer to peer fundraising, crowdfunding campaigns, customization forms, end to end event ticketing, mobile marketing and digital fundraising. The users of this services can  attain access to unique keyword which family and friends can text and make donations through their personal fundraising pages.

How much MobileCause was funded?

The company raised $15M in Series B on January 9, 2017 from Level Equity

Previous funding

$425k in undisclosed round on September 15, 2009

Undisclosed amount in undisclosed round on September 1, 2011 from Tech Coast Angels

$5.98M in undisclosed round on April 24, 2014

What is next for MobileCause?

MobileCause plans on using the latest funding raised as a part of an aggressive product expansion and innovation strategy in North America and globally. Sarah Sommer, founder and partner of this round’s investor, has joined the board of directors. The funding will be used for fuelling acceleration in product development for its fundraising platform and for expanding all the aspects of its efforts in customer success, sales, and marketing. The company apart from providing communication solutions for thousands of its customers across the country, it also supports 44/200 non profit organizations in USA.  The funding will help the company in putting systems and people in place for maintaining the level of quality its customers expect from them.

More about MobileCause

MobileCause was founded in April 1, 2005 by Daniel Scalisi. It has its headquarters in Calabasas, CA. This company is trusted by thousands of the leading non profit organization globally. Some of its customers include The Salvation Army, United Way, American Heart Association, Habitat for Humanity, , University of Southern California and a lot more.