WaiverSign: The Digital Game-Changer for Nonprofits

SALT LAKE CITY, UT, Oct. 11, 2023 – WaiverSign’s seamless digital waivers are transforming the way nonprofits manage liability.

From cat sanctuaries to large-scale civic projects involving thousands of volunteers, nonprofits are embracing WaiverSign's digital innovation, marking a shift from traditional paper waivers to a more efficient and eco-friendly approach.

Brandon Lake, the visionary behind WaiverSign, remarked, “Over the past decade, we've observed a dynamic shift in our clientele. While our roots remain deep within the recreation and sports sectors, we've expanded to support churches, civic groups, educational institutions, animal rescues and many more. Our platform adds a layer of professionalism, assuring the public that they're supporting an organized and forward-thinking entity."

The tangible benefits? Enhanced public perception, environmental conservation and administrative efficiency.

WaiverSign continues to be the trusted digital partner for nonprofits, streamlining operations while upholding environmental responsibility. For more information, visit WaiverSign's official website.

Save the Cats, Gilbert, AZ:

A compassionate sanctuary offering shelter and adoption services for 65 abandoned domestic cats, Save the Cats operates primarily through donations and the unwavering support of volunteers. Transitioning to WaiverSign was a pivotal step in enhancing their administrative efficiency.

Spokesperson Anissa Shores emphasizes, “Being a nonprofit that solely relies on donations, it’s crucial we utilize funds judiciously. WaiverSign, being reasonably priced, ensures our volunteers electronically sign waivers annually. Its user-friendly interface and accessibility have drastically reduced paper consumption and storage challenges. Additionally, the provision for guardians to sign for junior volunteers is invaluable."

Highlighting the tangible impact, Anissa shares, “Sending waivers electronically has significantly accelerated the signing process, eliminating the oversight of paper waivers at the sanctuary. If you're a small business or nonprofit, investing in WaiverSign is a decision you'll cherish."

Serve Noblesville:

Represented by Patrick Propst, Serve Noblesville is a consortium of programs aimed at fortifying the Noblesville, IN, community. Their initiatives range from large-scale volunteer mobilizations and community parties to the “Come Together Weekend.”

Propst states, “Mobilizing over 1,000 volunteers necessitates efficient systems. Traditional paper waivers were cumbersome and elusive. WaiverSign's digital solution, easily integrated into our website and registration software, has revolutionized our volunteer onboarding, benefitting both our volunteers and overseeing administrators."

Forces Wives Challenge (FWC):

Forces Wives Challenge unites military wives in thrilling adventures, raising funds for military-affiliated charities. From wilderness canoeing in Sweden to equestrian events, ensuring participants’ safety and compliance is vital.

A representative from FWC illustrates the transformation: "WaiverSign's digital transition has been a boon. Participants now sign waivers in advance, ensuring smooth event kickoffs and eliminating cumbersome paperwork. The convenience and savings in printing costs are undeniable."

Potomac Riverkeeper Network (PRKN), Washington, D.C.:

With a mission to safeguard clean water rights, PRKN is a beacon for environmental advocacy. Their community engagement initiatives, like the RiverPalooza paddling series, have benefited immensely from WaiverSign.

Kasey Dutrow, spokesperson for PRKN, remarks, “Transitioning to WaiverSign's virtual waivers streamlined our check-in processes. Its adaptability was evident when we easily updated our waivers for our bilingual RioPalooza event, ensuring inclusivity. WaiverSign's system is not only user-friendly but also environmentally conscious, aligning with our core values.”

About WaiverSign

Founded in 2013, WaiverSign offers one of the most efficient, easy-to-use digital liability waivers and electronic liability release solutions available in today’s marketplace. An API (Application Programming Interface) allows other reservation and customer relationship databases to push and pull customer data directly to and from WaiverSign. This provides a simple and fool-proof way for collecting customer information in whatever reservation system being used. For more information, visit https://www.waiversign.com/ or call 877.741.7705.

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