Create A Custom Auction Website To Fundraise | Givergy

Custom Auction Bidding

From non-profit galas to school fundraisers, our custom auction sites increase the chance of your supporters interacting with the auction wherever they are in the world.

How do custom auctions work?

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It’s your charity’s unique fundraising website – a URL that visitors insert into their mobile / tablet / PC web browsers which responds to whatever screen size it is opened on. Similar to an app, but without the hassle of having to download it.

Your supporters can then use this site to:

  • Browse with ease and bid simply on their favourite auction items
  • View information about the charity and the sponsors
  • Pledge directly to the cause
  • Share their activity via social media to help raise awareness

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Why adopt custom auction technology for your fundraising event?

Our custom auction bidding technology will cost effectively transform your fundraising event. Using this technology will provide your guests with the freedom to:

  • Bid remotely, which increases the potential number of donors getting involved with the auction
  • Bid with ease – keeping the process extremely simple and engaging

Click the button below to see how easy it is to place a bid!

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Uniquely, our custom auction sites are completely bespoke. They can be adopted by events big and small, can stand alone, or can be strategically combined with other Givergy fundraising products.

"What a cool system! Professional through and through. These guys go above and beyond expectations making the whole Givergy experience enjoyable and stress free. The system allows for more guest interaction without the pressure. Happy guests = more money!"
“Givergy are a fantastic and highly valued part of all of our events, it is brilliant to have them as part of the team.”
"Givergy was a huge hit at our recent event. Our guests enjoyed the interactive bidding process and it made the evening much more dynamic as people were able to track the items they were interested in and up their bids as necessary."