haku Selected as Preferred Fundraising Platform of the 2021 Bank of America Chicago Marathon

As endurance event technology continues to evolve, the organizers of the Bank of America Chicago Marathon have continued to stay at the forefront of innovation through their work with industry-leading technology partner, haku. To institute more cutting-edge technology and further expand their partnership, the event has selected haku as its preferred charity partner fundraising platform. haku’s robust peer-to-peer fundraising solution will enable charity partners to offer a more innovative, seamless, and engaging fundraising experience for their fundraisers and donors.

Event organizers identified haku as their preferred fundraising platform to drive more elevated experiences and synergies for the Bank of America Chicago Marathon, its charity partners and fundraisers. Through a more unified experience with haku’s one-step participant registration and fundraising account creation, charity partners of the event will be able to lower attrition rates and capitalize on their fundraisers’ initial excitement by enabling them to fundraise immediately. haku’s robust all-in-one technology platform and modern peer-to-peer fundraising suite will also provide charity partners and their fundraisers with enhanced marketing capabilities to drive more donations, industry-leading customer service, better analytics and reporting, and many innovative features to drive engagement and ultimately success.

“We’re honored to be selected as the preferred fundraising platform of the 2021 Bank of America Chicago Marathon,” Carlos Escobar, haku’s CEO and founder, said. “The haku team is looking forward to providing more seamless solutions, better technology and amazing experiences for the event, their charity partners and fundraisers to help them reach their goals.”

“The Charity Program is an important pillar of the Bank of America Chicago Marathon,” Carey Pinkowski, Bank of America Chicago Marathon executive race director, said. “We’re excited to expand our partnership with haku by offering our charity partners and participants a convenient way to make their Chicago Marathon experience more meaningful by running and fundraising on behalf of a charity.”

Both partners are ready to maximize their efforts to support many of the great organizations taking part in the 2021 Bank of America Chicago Marathon Charity Program. haku is also the preferred fundraising platform for the 2021 Bank of America Shamrock Shuffle virtual race which is set to take place Friday, March 19 through Sunday, March 21, 2021.

Editor’s Note: This press release was provided by a company unaffiliated with NonProfit PRO. The views expressed within do not directly reflect the thoughts or opinions of NonProfit PRO and its staff.

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