Logo.png
Ë

While in the case of most major technological innovations, rushing in is the surest way to make mistakes your competitors can exploit to surpass your success, artificial intelligence (AI) is all about adopting quickly so you can rush past the competition before you reach a point of marketplace irrelevance your organization can’t recover from. But doing this successfully is not achieved overnight. This is precisely why leading organizations have developed AI strategies to win today and are planning strategies to win tomorrow.

Read More

Along with some of our great friends and customers, including Cure Alzheimers and The College of Charleston, Gravyty was recently featured in Nicole Wallace's cover story for The Chronicle of Philanthropy, entitled "A.I. is Ready for Fundraising. Are Fundraisers Ready for A.I.?"

Read More

College of Charleston Executive Vice President of Institutional Advancement, and Executive Director of the College of Charleston Foundation, Chris Tobin spoke to a packed crowd at the CASE District III Annual Conference, alongside Gravyty Co-founder and CEO, Adam Martel. In his presentation, Chris posed a foundational question to the crowd: "How do we grow Advancement?"

Read More

University at Buffalo Vice President of University Advancement, Rod Grabowski spoke on stage with Gravyty Co-founder and CEO, Adam Martel to give his vision for what the future of fundraising can look like, when backed by artificial intelligence (AI). The session was presented to a full house at CASE District VIII in Vancouver, British Colombia.

Read More

Gravyty CEO Adam Martel and Director of Customer Success Lisa Alvezi rang Nasdaq's opening for Giving Tuesday, the most high profile day of giving on the entire calendar. Our message was simple: spread the message that giving initiatives should be supported year-round to further the missions of organizations set on improving our world.

Read More

Gravyty Connect is the newest solution within Gravyty's suite of AI-enabled tools that extends Gravyty a culture of philanthropy across an organization.

Read More

Instead of a traditional sponsorship at AFP Massachusetts' Fundraising Day in Boston, Gravyty chose to sponsor scholarships for individuals to attend who would otherwise be unable. Here's why.

Read More

Gravyty co-founders Adam Martel and Rich Palmer rang Nasdaq's opening bell this #GivingTuesday to spread the message that giving initiatives should be supported year-round to further the missions of organizations set on improving our world.

Read More