Users of the downloadable Gyve app can donate by texting; by creating a recurring or one-time gift with a card or checking account; by swiping a card at a kiosk; or through a feature called Round Up. Donors who sign up for Round Up agree to round up everyday transactions in their card or checking account to the nearest dollar and donate the change to their chosen organization.
“There is tremendous excitement about Gyve,” notes Chris Dimond, Cass Bank senior vice president, “especially the Round Up feature which is an easy-to-understand, simple-to-implement way to promote generosity in everyday life.”
“With unmatched reporting and analytics tools, Gyve is a best-in-class donation portal,” says Dustin Bosscher, a Gyve founder. “Organizations bringing Gyve aboard see an increase in generosity and gain greater awareness of their fiscal health. With Cass, we can now offer more than just coaching and best practices. We have a resource for products and services that organizations need to grow.”
“Combining Gyve with Cass adds power to our mission,” says Dave Dummitt, a founder of Gyve. “With Cass, Gyve becomes more than a donor portal. We can now cultivate generosity, backed by the power of a bank that is a member of the Federal Reserve. We’re a trusted advisor and a complete financial partner.”
“Gyve Generosity Services is a compelling extension of our product offering, one that blends 60 years of experience facilitating payments with our knowledge of finance for faith-based and non-profit organizations,” adds Eric H. Brunngraber, chairman and chief executive officer of Cass Information Systems.
Another Gyve founder, Morgan Mudge, sums it up: “Gyve makes it easier to live generously. Cass makes it easier for faith-based and non-profit organizations to pursue their goals. Together, we make it possible for our clients to thrive and make a difference in their communities.”