Online Donations Can Now Be Accepted
Just in time for the holidays, KOZ.com recently announced that nonprofit organizations using its Community Publishing System 4.0 can opt for an online donations service.
The Research Triangle, N.C.-based company has partnered with DonorNet, an online fundraising group, to handle donations made to nonprofit organizations. The KOZ.com network currently includes more than 10,000 non-profit organizations.
One affiliate, the Dallas Morning News, launched its own nonprofit Web-building site in mid-October. Nancy Barry, vice president of community services at the paper, said that 250 non-profit organizations responded on the first day of launching the site. The paper will now add the DonorNet option to its program.
DonorNet offers pledge processing, event registration, membership enrollment, product and ticket sales, and online auctioning.
For donations, DonorNet can secure personal information, process credit card authorizations and fund transfers, and deliver a tax receipt to the donor.
Based in Denver, the company was founded by GS2.net and a group of nonprofit experts.
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