For Nonprofits

Below are the steps that nonprofits can walk through to take advantage of Giving House and start getting donations of $2,000 or more each month. If you're a nonprofit leader, staff member, active volunteer, or board member, you can share this with your team or sign up now to get started now.

Step 1

Register to become a featured nonprofit. 

There's no risk and no commitment to registering. 

As a featured nonprofit, your organization will get the following:

  • A personalized web page on GivingHouse.org that showcases your organization's mission and current ways for people to get involved
  • Periodic emails to the Giving House community that showcase your organization
  • Opportunities to connect with other nonprofit leaders in the Giving House community to share ideas and help each other grow

Step 2

Host a community gathering. 

Ryan Winter and the Giving House team will help you host a small, intimate gathering over breakfast, lunch, or dinner. It's a great time to tell people about your nonprofit's mission and ways that individuals can get involved. You can think of it as a micro banquet. During the meeting, Ryan Winter or someone from the Giving House team will present an opportunity for the individuals in attendance to support your organization by working with Ryan Winter or referring people to work with Ryan Winter during their real estate journey.  The only thing that your organization will be asked to do is provide a list of people to invite and a location. We'll provide the meal (something nice), help plan the event, and invite the attendees on your behalf. It's a turn-key way for your organization to strengthen connections with existing and new supporters. 

Step 3

Do it again and keep on growing! 

Community gatherings are the ideal way for you to connect with your supporters in deep ways. Community gatherings are also the best way for your organization to benefit from Giving House. The more people who know about it, the more your organization can grow. 

Community Dinner Giving House Nonprofits