5 Reasons Why Creating a Tendr Event is the Way to Go
When you’re planning a celebration, gifts are often part of the equation. Our mission at Tendr is to help guests give meaningful gifts that will leave you with lasting memories of all the experiences money affords and stories to tell the people who helped make it happen.
We’ve come up with our top five reasons you should create an Event page on Tendr to make giving and receiving cash gifts for your celebration as easier than a trip to the card store!
1. Give guests a simple way to give you what you really want
We know it can be tricky to ask for money as a gift, and that many people frown upon asking outright. By creating (and sharing) your Event page, it shows guests that money is exactly what you want and gives your attendees a simple, elegant and unique way to give you something you’ll use for something meaningful.
2. Keep your gifts safe and secure
Peace of mind is priceless, which is why we’ve built it right into our service. Cash and checks can be misplaced or stolen, which can’t happen when you receive a direct deposit to your bank account with Tendr. The money you receive will get to you quickly and securely.
3. You can share your dreams, ambitions or plan for your gift money
One of the most awesome things about receiving money is using the collective amount to buy something you might not otherwise be able to do, see or experience. When you open up about why you’d like to receive money, it helps people understand how they’ll be giving something more than the money itself.
4. Send Thank You notes
One of the most simple, thoughtful ways to acknowledge a gift giver’s generosity is to send them a thank you card. We make it simple to send one to each and every person who sends you a gift on Tendr.
5. Save your guests time (and money)
Take an item off your guest’s to-do list by eliminating a trip to the card store. The hardest part of using Tendr is selecting a card from our gallery of professionally designed cards. And the $3 rate (which helps us pay the artists who designed the card) is less than even the most simple cards at the store.