Classy is a software company that does good.
Okay, so what does that mean?
Classy has developed software for online fundraising for nonprofit organizations. The entire idea started after the founder’s (Scot Chisholm) mother had breast cancer. A few of his friends had similar experiences so they organized a charity pub crawl for the American Cancer Society that raised $1000.
They went on to organize a few more events like this but grew frustrated at the process. Chisholm concocted a mix of Evite, Myspace and Paypal to bring fundraising to digital life. However, the platforms could not handle it, so he sought help and built a custom application for the plan.
Today, it is Classy, recently acquired by GoFundMe, so it’s the real deal!
They have over 2,500 clients including Shriners Hospitals, Teach For America, National Geographic, and the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.
As if that wasn’t cool enough!
We have to talk, branding!
The entire idea of the name “Classy” came from Anchorman, yes the movie. And that hit line, “Stay Classy, San Diego.”
I love the simplicity of their site. Everything is straightforward. From the clear distinct font, to formatting. You can find everything within seconds. If you are searching for a way to be a fundraiser, or decide you would rather donate, easy scroll and you have numerous choices.
This is a company that is making a greater impact in everything they do. They are making life easier for fundraisers and donors!
I am inspired by them!
I encourage you to take a look at their site and potentially do a little good yourself all at the click of a button!