Raise money via 401Gives
Rhode Island's largest single giving day
We want to help your nonprofit raise more money
On April 1, 2021, 422 nonprofit partners raised $2.3 million from 12,087 donors in one day. A 75% increase from 2020.
Join the Rhode Island nonprofit community as we come and raise even more money on April 1, 2022.
Our goal is to build nonprofit resiliency
401Gives was launched to strengthen Rhode Island's nonprofit community. For details on our successful first year, see the 401Gives 2020 Community Report here and the 401Gives 2021 Community Report with an amazing 75% increase here.
Our strategic goals include both increasing the number of Rhode Island nonprofits in stable financial conditions and increasing the amount of Rhode Island households that contribute to charities. (Read more about our focus on expanding philanthropy here.)
What's in it for you?
The benefits of 401Gives to participating nonprofits include:
- Raising money.
- Telling your story.
- Identifying new donors.
- Protecting donor privacy.
- Spending wisely (approximately 90% of gift fees paid by donors).
- Prize and match opportunities.
How to get involved for 2022
- Send your contact information to 401Gives@unitedwayri.org
- Check out the 2021 nonprofit toolkit, FAQ's, and start reviewing how you would be successful. Toolkits will be updated in the late fall.
- Registration for nonprofits will begin in late fall 2021 and continue until March 2022. Be on the lookout for the 401Gives emails (don't forget to check your spam folders!)
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