Bid. Give. Go.

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What is GivGo?

GivGo specialises in online fundraising for companies in aid of their charities, by giving employees the exclusive opportunity to bid for experiences and merchandise, as well as to donate directly to the cause. 

  • Increase funds raised for foundations and charities

  • Engage all employees across levels and location

  • Reduce corporate wastage, save time and resource

Simply put, corporates can run an online auction, prize draw, or accept donations on a bespoke and secure website limited to their employee base, in order to raise more for charity.

Bid. Give. Go.


Our aim


With over 10 years’ experience in global fundraising, you’ll receive:

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Specialist & proven technology

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A highly-experienced team

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A secure online user experience

The opportunity


Do you occasionally have un-used corporate hospitality? Is it fairly distributed when it becomes available?


Have you been to a corporate box and it's only been half full?


Do you need more creative ways to engage employees with your organisation's CSR activities and to support good causes?


Do you work in a marketing team for a corporate, yet have never engaged with the CSR team or vice versa?

If any of these challenges apply, then get in touch today to find out how GivGo can help you.

How it works

The bidding process

The process couldn't be easier. So here goes…

  • Get yourself logged in!
  • Choose what you would like to bid on
  • Enter your bid
  • Press enter... done.

Visit the GivGo demo auction site to see how easy the process is.

Example Auction

Who’s on board?


EY Foundation created their own customised GivGo site to help raise awareness and deeper engagement with all of the firm’s employees in support of the EY Big Auction. The aim was to raise vital funds in support of the Foundation’s programme to help young people and entrepreneurs into education, employment and enterprise.

In addition to the auction, the Foundation was able to sell, through their GivGo site, the firm’s unused Rugby World Cup 2015 tickets. This combination generated over £10,000 and EY Foundation now uses its GivGo bidding site as a key tool to raise funds.

Current clients of Givergy:

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Mark Worrall

Mark Worrall

Rajesh Patel

Rajesh Patel

Duncan Shaw

Duncan Shaw

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