- Eligible UK charities will be able to purchase a £200 credit voucher for a single admin fee of £20. The new offer of £200 fee credit can be used for Eventbrite organiser ticketing fees incurred by using the Eventbrite platform.
- Eventbrite makes it easy for event goers to search for and buy tickets, and to share events online. Charities can use the platform to claim Gift Aid on ticket sales and donations.
- Eligible organisations may request ONE £200 credit voucher and this can only be used on new Eventbrite accounts.
“At Eventbrite, we've seen that events are a great way to raise money and awareness for a cause,” said Marino Fresch, Head of Marketing at Eventbrite. “By teaming up with Technology Trust, we can help even more charities and not-for-profits to use technology to make events easier to run and more impactful."
“Eventbrite is already a trusted brand in the charity sector, and we are thrilled to have them take part in our tt-exchange programme,” said Richard Craig, CEO of Technology Trust. “We look forward to providing more value to charity fundraising efforts and continuing to help charities save on day-to-day costs.”
About Technology Trust
Technology Trust (formerly CTT) has connected the charity sector with leading technology partners since 2001. Currently working with over 19,000 charities in the UK - its tt-exchange programme has saved charities over £100 million to date. It enables eligible charities to receive hardware and software products, donated by leading brands, to improve the efficiency of their operations. Technology Trust is the only UK registered charity devoted to improving the operational efficiency of charities through the use of information technology.
Learn more at https://tech-trust.org/
Eventbrite is the global marketplace for live experiences that allows people to find and create events. Eventbrite’s European headquarters is based in London.
Since 2006, the self-service platform has helped event organizers of all kinds to sell more tickets through robust technology and promotional tools, totalling around £2 billion in gross ticket sales. In addition to providing technology for organizers, Eventbrite has become the destination for consumers looking to discover a variety of live experiences from small photography and yoga classes to large concerts and festivals with tens of thousands of attendees. More than 200 million tickets have been processed on the platform, and in 2014 alone, Eventbrite processed £1 billion in gross ticket sales for attendees in more than 180 countries. Eventbrite investors include Sequoia Capital, Tiger Global and T. Rowe Price.
Learn more at www.eventbrite.co.uk/
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