Who is Enthuse?

Learn about Enthuse and how we help charities to connect with their supporters.

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Written by Emma Smith
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Who is Enthuse?

Founded in 2012, Enthuse is a fundraising, donations and events registration technology provider that has helped thousands of charities raise millions of pounds.

Charities can customise Enthuse's solution under their own brand, and be in control of their own data. This allows charities to build and nurture a loyal supporter base, raise more funds and ultimately have more impact.

Every year, millions of people get together to do brilliant things for good causes all over the world. Whether they’re running a charity, a cake stall or a half marathon, they’re doing something to make our world better, and we believe that they should be celebrated.

Every charity needs to connect personally with every single supporter and make each relationship count. Every supporter wants to stay close to the causes they care most about and understand how they can best get involved.

We create tools to help charities connect with their supporters and establish strong lasting relationships.

What can you do on the Enthuse platform?

Digital donation, fundraising and event registration technology, all under your cause’s brand.

Our platform helps organisations strengthen supporter relationships and gain financial predictability through a personalised and consistent experience.

Our products are supercharged by a positive team of experts who strive to optimise the donation journey for the charity and make sure you’re always in control of your data.

Who uses Enthuse?

We work with thousands of charities and process millions of pounds in donations every month. We also support corporate fundraisers as part of their Corporate Social Responsibilities (CSR) initiatives.

What are the technical requirements to use the platform?

Enthuse runs in your browser so you don’t need to download or install any software.

For the best experience with our platform, we recommend using a desktop or laptop with an up-to-date browser; you can check if your browser is up-to-date on WhatIsMyBrowser.

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