BidPalUPDATE COMPANY INFO
BidPal is Technology for Good®. We help nonprofits acquire new donors, communicate their messages, and engage and retain those donors.
BidPal is a technology company on a mission to help nonprofits across the country feed the hungry, fight cancer, promote the arts, educate young people and everything in between. As the leader in nonprofit technology, BidPal revolutionized charitable fundraising by introducing mobile bidding for silent auctions.
BidPal has since grown its offering to include a comprehensive end-to-end software solution and Text2Give®, a mobile platform that receives donations via text message. BidPal’s fundraising suite has helped organizations raise over $1 BILLION for their causes by engaging more than 1 MILLION supporters. Our goal is to deliver an affordable best-in-class product that supports causes around the world.
- Information Technology Company Gazelle Award (2011 )
- Mobile Technology Excellence & Innovation Award (2013 )
- Emerging Technology Company of the Year Award (2013 )
Fundraising software provider BidPal has been fortunate to win three Mira awards since the company’s founding 10 years ago: the Information Technology Gazelle award in 2011, the 2013 Mobile Technology Excellence and Innovation award and the 2013 Emerging Technology Company of the Year award. Since winning these awards, BidPal solutions have helped nearly 2,800 organizations
It’s not every day that The New York Times publishes an article in their Square Feet section highlighting the Indianapolis tech community. Miranda Spivack, an award-winning journalist who is serving as a 2016-17 Eugene S. Pulliam Distinguished Visiting Professor of Journalism at DePauw University in Greencastle, Indiana, penned the article after hearing over and over again
When Ashley Zegiestowsky, a computer sciences major at Butler University, was hunting for a technology job during her senior year, she took a close look at Silicon Valley, the promised land for young engineers eager to be part of the next big thing. “It sounded really glamorous,” said Ms. Zegiestowsky, 22, who is from Nashville.
High-growth Indiana companies captured nearly $80 million on 31 venture capital deals in 2016, according to a new report—reaching a 16-year-high for deal activity that underscores Indiana’s growing variety of companies ripe for venture investments. Local and national investors deployed $77.2 million to Hoosier firms in 2016, according to The PwC/CB Insights MoneyTree Report released
Indianapolis-based BidPal Inc. says a new $6 million round of funding will help “aggressively expand its business.” The mobile fundraising platform received more than half the funding from MK Capital of Chicago and Launch Fishers-based Allos Ventures. Pacific Western Bank division Square 1 Bank is providing $2.5 million in credit. The company says the funds will
BidPal, the Indianapolis-based startup behind mobile bidding and fundraising software for nonprofits, has established an online resource center just in time for upcoming #GivingTuesday campaigns. (More on Giving Tuesday below.) Since its inception in 2008, the company has helped 2,800 organizations connect with more than 1 million donors to raise more than $1 billion. Karrie
Ashley Zegiestowsky felt like she had the world at her feet when she graduated from Butler University this spring. Nashville born and raised, she always assumed she would go back home, and the last thing she expected was to stay in Indianapolis. Now she’s doing precisely what she thought she never would — living in
Together with the presenting sponsors of the Mira Awards and BidPal, TechPoint Foundation for Youth hopes to raise $60,000 at the Mira Awards gala on April 23, to introduce students throughout Indiana to the world of computer science. Double your donation dollars at Mira! If everyone at Mira gave $30, which will be matched by
Working in and around the technology sector in Indiana for the past 15 years, one thing has always been true. Everybody needs funding, and not enough people know where or how to get it. However, the roster of homegrown entrepreneurs with successful track records has increased at least ten-fold since the late 90s. Battle-tested leaders