Dominic Kalms, Founder and Chief Philanthropy Officer of GVNG, deeply understands the value of positive social impact and giving to those in need. GVNG, the tech company he started, allows individuals to instantly and easily create nonprofit projects for causes they are passionate about, eliminating the piles of paperwork, hefty price tag, and lengthy amount of time it traditionally takes to get a charity up and running. GVNG has changed the philanthropy game, allowing anyone with a legitimate charitable cause to create a nonprofit immediately.
Traditionally, the cost of starting a nonprofit is enormous; with legal fees, compliance, websites, insurance, etc., prices can amass to greater than $20,000. With GVNG, these fees are essentially eliminated and the timeline is massively streamlined. The platform also simplifies the government paperwork process; essentially that is because there is none on GVNG! The proprietary technology handles all of the necessary filings and documents, allowing anyone to operate their nonprofit with 501(c)3 status in all fifty states. If the reduced cost and elimination of paperwork aren’t incentive enough, the process takes as little as 60 seconds, compared to at least six months traditionally.
Yes, in 60 seconds you can get your nonprofit project up and running on GVNG and you can be raising money live on the internet with your own website while at the same time using your charitable funds run your programs and/or give out grants.
With the ease of creating a non-profit on GVNG, it’s no wonder that the platform has seen rapid growth and has an exciting future. To date, GVNG nonprofits have raised multiple millions in donations on the platform, and have given out grants totaling almost $1 million in just this year alone.
High profile celebrities have also used GVNG to establish organizations to support causes they’re invested in. After the recent fires in California destroyed her Malibu home, Miley Cyrus used GVNG to start a charity for the victims of the Woolsey Fire to help rebuild their community.
Richard Branson used GVNG this year to set up his nonprofit organization: Venezuela Aid Live Foundation where he is raising $100 million to support the people of Venezuela during their ongoing humanitarian crisis. In the first few days on GVNG, Venezuela Aid Live raised multiple millions of dollars to support Venezuela, and through the Foundation, a massive concert was held in Colombia to raise funds and generate support for the cause. In attendance at the concert were the presidents of Chile, Colombia, and Paraguay, along with 317,000 other people all doing their part to help the people of Venezuela. The success of Branson’s event is a clear testament to how effective GVNG can be and the impact that these nonprofit projects can make on the world and in communities they’re set up to support.
With over 1.6 million nonprofit organizations existing solely in the US today, and hundreds of thousands of new nonprofits coming online every year, GVNG is poised and in a uniquely advantageous position to capture the business of those looking to start charities of their own. GVNG represents the future of philanthropy, and as the platform grows, I am sure we will all hear a lot more about it in the comings weeks, months, and years ahead.
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