Show donors their impact
To spark giving moments and help you capture more donations, we’ve released an exciting new feature called Spark included in every DipJar subscription.
Promote your giving campaign on any screen: large overhead screens in lobbies and entryways, laptops and tablets at events, etc. Spark will display your campaign anywhere you want to share your message and progress toward your fundraising goals.
In the simple DIY interface, Spark allows you to select a graphical theme, upload your logo, and have your progress displayed that updates in real-time. It even says thank you to your donors!
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Spark is included with your DipJar subscription
St Louis Aquarium Foundation supports water conservation with Spark
The Conservation and Education Center at St. Louis Aquarium opened their all new facility in the historical Union Station in December of 2019. As the designers were planning the space, they found DipJar and told Diane C. Bauhof, CFRE Executive Director of St. Louis Aquarium Foundation, “you can give donations and make it fun!”
The 7500 square-foot center helps the community get involved in local water conservation efforts. Visitors can dip their credit cards in one of 3 DipJars associated with a custom designed Spark display to vote for the animal they’re most interested in learning about in the foundation’s next newsletter. Each $5 dip counted as one vote for the corresponding animal. With volunteers tied up at other exhibits, the DipJar and Spark set up needed to be engaging enough to encourage people to donate. The St. Louis Aquarium Foundation is excited to continue testing new implementations of Spark to connect with visitors and create more giving moments.
North Allegheny Foundation rallied support to pay lunch balances for students in need
At their January gala to help raise funds to cover past-due lunch balances for students on free and reduced lunch programs, North Allegheny Foundation connected their DipJar to Spark to show the attendees how their impact grew over the course of the event. The DipJar was set to $25 and each dip was representative of one student’s account. The Spark campaign was projected on the main display at the event and each donation lit up one dot out of the 123 dots on the screen to show to the progress of funds raised. As a result, the DipJar drew a crowd while attendees dipped multiple times and some donors gave in other ways to cover all of the balances!
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