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LAST UPDATED: October 28th, 2021

Mightycause (formerly known as the Razoo Foundation) is an online fundraising website where people can create a campaign to raise funds for non-profit organizations through online crowdfunding. Donors can make charitable contributions to any charity they choose. Mightycause has raised over $600 million for a variety of causes. Whether a non-profit organization or an individual looking to help out, running a fundraiser on Mightycause is entirely free. However, there are several premium products for non-profit organizations that want to go above and beyond. The company boasts some of the lowest prices and newest technology in online crowdfunding and donor management. Mightycause aims to provide its customers with the most up-to-date technology for online fundraising. Mightycause strives to make the online donation process as simple as possible. 

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The Good

  • Simple Interface
  • Reasons to Give
  • Team Fundraising
  • Mightycause Widget
  • Premium Plans

Simple Interface

Mightycause makes it easy to build and launch a campaign. The entire process only takes a few minutes, and users can explain as much or as little as they want about their fundraiser. Mightycause also allows users to share their fundraiser on multiple social media sites: Facebook, Twitter, Email, and others.  

Reasons to Give

No matter the cause, Mightycause believes in helping people to raise money for their needs. Whether it’s for individuals, families, classrooms, sports teams, or companies Mightycause celebrates and encourages people who want to give back. The Mightycause website is full of fundraising ideas for anyone who wants to start a campaign dedicated to helping others. Mightycause lists these charitable services that their customers can fund: 

  • Animals 
  • Arts and Culture
  • Children and Family
  • Community
  • Economic Development
  • Education
  • Emergencies
  • Environment
  • Humanitarian
  • Medical
  • Memorials
  • Sports
  • Travel
  • Volunteer

Team Fundraising

Provide sports teams or youth clubs with a little friendly competition by creating a fundraising campaign to see which team member can raise the most money for a charity or good cause. Mightycause believes that fundraising as a team can amplify and produce spectacular results. Team events can also be a great way to engage more donors and boost awareness. 

Mightycause Widget

Mightycause members can embed a widget onto their website that sends donations straight to their fundraiser. Simply, place the Mightycause Donate button or Donation Tile on a website. This makes it easy for donors to help fund public charities or a specific campaign without having to leave the site they're on. The widget has secure processing via iFrame, meaning there should be no compliance issues.   

Premium Plans

Nonprofit companies can boost their fundraising experience with a Mightycause Premium Plan. The user-friendly interface on all three plans makes it simple to set up and manage campaigns. There are no platform fees on any of the plans.

Plus: $99/mo (billed annually)

  • No platform fees
  • Unlimited P2P & Team pages
  • Priority Support
  • Donor Analytics
  • Advanced CRM Tools
  • Donor Data Collection
  • Data Connect Integration
  • Branded Donation Page
  • Branded Donation Receipts
  • Branded Donation Widget
  • Volunteer Management

Pro: $249/mo (billed annually)

Includes all the same features as the Plus plan with the addition of:

  • Email messaging
  • Branded P2P Fundraising
  • Advanced White Label Controls
  • Custom Subdomain

Enterprise: Contact Mightycause Representative

Includes all the same features as the Plus and Pro plans with the addition of:

  • Domain Masking
  • Custom Events
  • Dedicated Project Manager
  • Fundraising Coach

Mightycause provides a demo for members who want to get a more personal walk-through of all the benefits the premium software offers.


The Bad

  • International Use
  • Fees

International Use

The Mightycause Corporation is located in central Florida and is operated from within the U.S. Because of this Mightycause makes no promises that the website will be available to those located outside the United States. International users agree to comply with all local regulations for their online conduct. 


While there isn’t a platform fee, there is a credit card processing fee of 2.9% +.30 charged by the payment processor, wePay. 


The Bottom Line

The name Mightycause was chosen to reflect the companies focus on cause-based fundraising and supporting the nonprofit sector. Since its beginning in 2006, Mightycause has helped over 150,000 causes, and charities raise over $600 million. A modern and simple interface makes it easy for anyone to design and launch a campaign. Peer-to-peer fundraising is easier than ever and provides a fun way to donate to charities in need. Mightycause offers plenty of tools to make it easy to share a fundraiser on social media as well as on a personal blog or website. Those who are outside of the United States might have trouble using the site, and there is a credit card processing fee. For those just starting out, Mightycause has a Youtube channel with helpful videos on how to create a successful crowdfunding campaign. 

Overall, Mightycause provides excellent crowdfunding services that raise funds for any cause. With various types of crowdfunding options, individuals to large companies can find ways to help those in their community or around the world. Nonprofits looking to increase their name and brand recognition should look into one of the Premium plans. There are no upfront costs, no goal requirements, and social media integrations to make sharing your campaign simple.  

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Cody Nashville, TN

I don't know who Claire talked to at Razoo, but maybe Claire was the rude one? My experience with Razoo customer service has been nothing but phenomenal! Everyone I've talked to has been amazing, specifically Ashley and Bryce. I tend to feel like customer service is extremely poor these days in general, but they have proven to me that quality customer does still exist.

5 years ago

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Ester Buell

I was trying to set up a fundraiser on another site but somehow when I was doing it Might cause ended up being the one who took over! I really didn't think much about it until I published it but there was no explanation of how the funds would be paid to my cause. Too sketchy for me! I deleted the entire thing and now will make sure I'm not redirected.

1 year ago


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wanda Saint George, UT

website was user friendly when donating. you have to set up an account before donating which only took a few minutes. at the end they i didn't like how there was a percentage to click on before submitting your donation. i am not sure what that was for but it was a high percentage. i think go fund me was lower. that was the only negative thing.

5 years ago

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Sheri Santa Barbara, CA

Hi. I just donated for a cause I believe in Mighty Cause/Razoo Foundation. Soon after, I discovered that Gofundme charges a 3% processing fee and Razoo charges a 7.9% processing fee. Way too much!!! Until Razoo is more compatible, I will discourage others from giving via Mighty Cause/Razoo Foundation. Thank you.

5 years ago

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Claire Johns Lexington, KY

Their customer service is horrible. It is probably the worst I have seen in 50 years of fundraising for nonprofits. They are rude to the customers and when you ask to speak to someone else, they will not allow you to.

7 years ago