When Alejandro and I started Daffy, we got our inspiration from our own families.
We were both taught at a young age that giving is an essential part of living a good and meaningful life.
But the best way to teach people about giving is to actually show them that giving matters to you.
The best way as a parent to teach your children that reading is important is to show them that you read in your own spare time.
The same thing applies to giving, and that's why we created Daffy for Families.
Apple and Amazon have made it so easy for families to shop together.
At Daffy, we wanted to make it just as easy for families to give together.
Now at Daffy, we know that all families are different, and so we've made it easy to add your siblings, your parents, your children, your grandchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins, anyone that you want to give together with can be added to a Daffy family, up to 24 members total.
Setting up Daffy for Families is quite simple.
In fact, you can do it in just three steps.
First, the family organizer creates the Daffy account and the fund.
Second, invite any family member that you want to participate in the family fund.
Third, when each family member accepts their invitation, Daffy will automatically assign them to the fund.
It's really just that simple.
Once all your family members are in the fund, anyone can make a donation request to a charity or a cause they believe in, and the family organizer can approve, modify, or deny those requests.
At Daffy, we believe that every donation is a teachable moment, and we've designed Daffy for Families with that in mind.
Every family member on the fund receives a notification when any donation is made through the fund, helping spark those meaningful dinnertime conversations that we don't make enough time for today.
So if you and your family want to inspire each other to be more generous more often, go to Daffy.org and sign up for Daffy for Families today.
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