We always talk about how easy it is to use Rally Corp to connect with your nonprofit supporters. But what does that look like? Here are some examples of nonprofits using Rally’s simple 24365 short code. They’re asking for donations, sharing more info, and connecting with supporters. Simple as that.
Why it matters: These examples are important for you because they show what it looks like for nonprofits getting the most out of Rally. You have to be using it, and that means sharing those short codes and keywords whenever possible to appropriately connect with your audience.
How it works: Rally has a simple, shared short code—24365—that every customer can use. You pair the short code with a unique keyword to generate a specific action. For example, you can text RALLY to 24365 and get several options for more info on how Rally works.
6 Examples of the Rally Short Code in Action
Let’s see those short codes in action to help nonprofit organizations connect with their supporters.
Last Prisoner Project
The Last Prisoner Project is a criminal justice advocacy group fighting cannabis incarceration. Their informational video encourages watchers to text FREEDOM to 24365 to donate.
Community Organized Relief Effort (CORE) responds to crises all over the world and they use the Rally platform to bring in donations. Text CORE to 24365 is featured prominently on their donate page (and it’s also been shared by founder Sean Penn on Twitter).
When a historic music venue in New Orleans, Tipitaina’s, needed help during the pandemic, they organized a benefit concert and used Rally. Both the concert posters and the online stream of the event asked people to text SAVETIPS to 24365 to donate.
The Salvation Army’s 35th annual Bed & Bread Club Radiothon used Rally to take donations. There were prominent buttons to text BREAD to 24365 to donate. They raised a whopping $1.7 million.
ABS-CBN Foundation International
ABS-CBN is dedicated to improving the lives of disadvantaged Filipino families in the Philippines and around the world. They encouraged people to help in the aftermath of Typhoon Karding by texting HELP4PH to 24365. It was featured in their Instagram posts. They also used it for earthquake response as static text below a video.
When My360Project wants to connect with people about their mission to give shoes to people in need, they make it super simple: Text SHOES to 24365. It’s a super simple shorthand to start sharing more information and help potential supporters understand what they do. My360Project shares that everywhere, from on stage to social media.
That’s a quick look at how nonprofits are using Rally to connect. Book a demo today to see how Rally can work for your nonprofit.