The fundraising and supporter engagement platform designed exclusively for nonprofits, GiveGab has completed the acquisition of substantially all assets of Kimbia. The platform is best known for its nationwide giving day events, Kimbia has supported the fundraising efforts of thousands of nonprofits across the country by providing their every day giving products and Giving Days.

Charlie Mulligan, CEO of GiveGab mentioned that “Kimbia is a pioneer and has been the leader in the giving day space, with more than $1 billion raised online for tens of thousands of nonprofits around the world, we’re thrilled to add their legacy and experience to our modern, secure, and user-friendly platform, and to continue to build on our absolute obsession with customer service. This acquisition will allow us to combine the very best of Kimbia with GiveGab, helping to advance the rapidly growing Giving Day market.”

Moreover, CEO of Kimbia, Mark Perkins also quoted that “We are very excited about the opportunity to continue support of Kimbia’s clients under the leadership of GiveGab going forward, the industry is ripe for consolidation and we believe that GiveGab is the best fit going forward to provide innovative tools to our nonprofit partners and grow their impact on the world. GiveGab’s commitment to customer service is unparalleled and we know our partners are in good hands.”

According to the reports, the recent acquisition of the companies brings GiveGab closer to its goal of being the largest charitable software platform with the combined support of over 40,000 nonprofits since its inception.

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