The GIVE better fund

Help Support Local Non-Profits

Our mission is to provide resources and expertise to help small and medium sized non-profits launch sustainable giving programs. Most small non-profits rely on a few in-person events each year to raise the money they need to carry out their missions.  The pandemic made in-person fundraising difficult or impossible, cutting off a vital lifeline that many small non-profits rely on. We saw a need to help those working to help others.

Our impact 

By connecting fundraisers to causes through influencer marketing and Impact Projects, our goal is to provide a national platform for local non-profits to connect to new donors who support their mission. The goal of an Impact Project is to localize a national issue, such as food security, a rare childhood disease, rent assistance, or small business support, by highlighting a small non-profit focused on addressing that issue in their community.


project Free Food Scholarships


project Cure the kids


Project Bill pay

Why It Matters

95% of all non-profits raise less than $1 million a year. Many small non-profits lack the resources to raise money beyond the local friends and family networks they rely upon for support. The Give Better Fund creates sustainable giving programs for local non-profits by connecting fundraisers to causes and non-profits with new donors.


The Problem

Small non-profits need help to raise money.

Our Impact

We create recurring giving campaigns for local non-profits.

How You Can Help

Donate to The Give Better Fund!

A sustainable solution

100% of your donation helps create new Impact Projects.

You acknowledge you are making a contribution to The Give Better Fund (“Give Better”). Once made, your contribution constitutes a completed gift to Give Better.   Although Give Better will endeavor to ensure your contribution is distributed to support any Impact Project you designate, you acknowledge that Give Better has the ultimate authority to use any contributions made to Give Better in its discretion for charitable, educational, or other purposes described in I.R.C. § 501(c)(3). Any contribution you may make to support a specific Impact Project listed on Give Better’s site will not entitle you to any ownership, voting or similar rights in, or advisory privileges with respect to, Give Better, the Impact Project, or any related entity, and you should not expect, and will not be entitled to receive, any monetary return or benefit from the contribution. Give Better intends to apply to the IRS for recognition of federal tax-exempt status but has not yet received a determination from the IRS. Once Give Better receives recognition of its federal tax-exempt status from the IRS, contributions made to Give Better will be deductible as charitable contribution to the extent provided by federal law. Give Better provides no investment, legal or tax advice and strongly recommends that you consult with your own legal advisor or accountant regarding any legal or tax questions you may have regarding any contribution you make to support Give Better or one or more Impact Projects. We do not offer any kind of financial or legal advice, are not qualified to provide such advice, and nothing seen on this site or in our communication should be taken as such, or as an endorsement.