If you're wondering how you can increase your chances of winning more money for charity, Daffy is a great option to consider. Daffy is a platform that encourages charitable giving and even hosts a #BeMoreGenerous sweepstakes to inspire more people to donate.
To enter the sweepstakes, you must become a member of Daffy and make a donation to any of the 1.5 million non-profits supported on Daffy. The donation must be public and include a public comment explaining why you support this charity. Donations on Daffy must be at least $18 and are limited to $1,000,000.
The more donations you make, the more chances you’ll have to win money for your favorite charity. And the best part? You can win multiple times! So, if you want to increase your chances of winning even more money for charity, you can donate again the next day to be re-entered.
Moreover, a charity can win multiple times too. We encourage all participants to spread the word with their friends and family so that the charities they love can have a better chance of winning.
At Daffy, we believe in the power of giving. We've identified a significant “Generosity Gap” between what people say they want to give and what they actually end up giving. To help bridge this gap, we introduced a simple feature — a Giving Goal, the ability to set an annual goal for how much you’d like to give to charity.
Research at the Stockholm School of Economics shows that setting a goal to give can increase the amount given to charity by 32%. This could translate to an additional $1.27 trillion dollars donated to charity over the next ten years.
So, if you're aiming to be more generous in 2023 and make more charitable donations, Daffy is the perfect platform to help you achieve your giving goals.
Remember, every donation counts and can make a big difference. So, let's #BeMoreGenerous and start giving with Daffy today!
Please note that the information contained on this page is for educational purposes only and should not be considered tax advice. Any calculations are intended to be illustrative and do not reflect all of the potential complexities of individual tax returns. To assess your specific tax situation, please consult with a tax professional.