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Indiana-based Bloomerang Acquired Qgiv

Indiana-based Bloomerang Acquired Qgiv. a leading provider of fundraising technology solutions. This strategic acquisition accelerates Bloomerang’s vision to build the giving platform of the future.

Indiana-based Bloomerang Acquired Qgiv. a leading provider of fundraising technology solutions. This strategic acquisition accelerates Bloomerang’s vision to build the giving platform of the future.

Nonprofits currently face a shifting donor landscape, dwindling donations, disconnected technologies, and increasingly limited resources–making it difficult to engage supporters and deliver better outcomes.

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The addition of Qgiv’s best-in-class fundraising solution to Bloomerang’s leading donor and volunteer relationship management platform will accelerate nonprofits’ ability to raise more money and improve fundraising outcomes through stronger relationships with supporters.

Dennis Fois, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) at Bloomerang said, “Both Qgiv and Bloomerang are top-rated solutions that lead the market in addressing some of the common challenges that nonprofits face today–raising funds, finding new donors, and cultivating existing donors, Together we can deliver an expanded solution that exceeds the needs of the nonprofit sector–intuitive, easy-to-use donor management, volunteer management, and deep fundraising capabilities–in a single place. By bringing together the best of fundraising and donor relationship management, we can help nonprofits maximize the full potential of their donor communities and ultimately raise more donations, time, and support.”

Maggie Mestrich, Director of Business Development at Carmel Swim Club said, “The integration between Qgiv and Bloomerang is wonderful, It eliminates duplicate tasks, makes our stewardship more seamless, and helps our organization work more efficiently.”

Since 2020, fundraising software has seen a big shift in importance for nonprofits. Together, Bloomerang and Qgiv fill a need in the market to accelerate innovations in donor engagement and help nonprofits realize their full potential. The combined solution will provide numerous benefits for nonprofit organizations.

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Todd Baylis, Qgiv CEO said, “For 15 years our focus at Qgiv has been providing best-in-class fundraising technology to help nonprofit teams raise more in support of their missions, By adding Qgiv’s end-to-end fundraising solution to Bloomerang’s leading donor relationship management platform, we can help nonprofits raise more by supporting the entire donor journey. We recognize that our technologies, people, and skills complement each other, and we have a tremendous opportunity to build the sector’s first and most efficient giving platform.”

About Bloomerang

Long-standing Bloomerang integration with Qgiv is now available, and plans for additional improvements in 2024 are in the works. This builds on an exciting period of sustained expansion for the company. The company acquired volunteer management software and in 2023 established Bloomerang Volunteer.

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