Five Favorite Uses for's Cash Gift Fund

Unique Feature Allows Registrants to Tastefully Request Cash Gifts
Tastefully ask for cash with's Cash Fund feature
Tastefully ask for cash with's Cash Fund feature
April 1, 2014 - PRLog --, the premiere destination for gift registry services, offers the unique resource of a Cash Gift Service; this groundbreaking patent pending service allows members to tastefully register for cash gifts, rather than physical items.  You can name and customize your special cash gift fund (ie. “honeymoon fund” or “textbook fund”), and it will be listed on your registry alongside the rest of your gifts. gives customers the flexibility to choose items from any store in the world—whether it's a local mom and pop shop without a website or a national chain superstore. It also eliminates the burden of returning and exchanging unwanted or duplicate gifts.

Here are five reasons to ask for cash on a wish list:
Research made by major bridal organizations shows that 95% of brides and over 80% of guests prefer to receive and give cash as a gift.   So many couples already have at least one (if not two) of everything they need to set up house, and more towels, sheets, pots and pans would be pointless.  The social stigma attached to asking for cash gifts has disappeared with the help of
With the Cash Gift Fund feature on, expecting parents can add any gift to their wish list and they can also list different items for their cash fund.  Already have all of the baby basics?  Start saving early for your child’s future.  Mothers-to-be can also use the cash fund to ask for luxury items such as  that specialty stroller or spa treatments—things that make them feel good during their pregnancy.
3.       NONPROFIT
In addition to listing in-kind necessities, nonprofit groups and organizations can specifically ask for cash donations. gives the donor the choice how their contribution will be allocated.  Research shows that people are more likely to donate to a nonprofit group if they know where their contribution is going.  Registries or wish lists can be posted on the organization’s website and prospective donors can be notified via eBlast or social media.
Graduates can politely request and accept cash gifts for any specific item or activity with the Cash Gift feature.   Whether the cash will go towards that new laptop they need  or towards their first semester text books, facilitates with ease the process of requesting cash as a gift.
5.       BIRTHDAYS
A wish list on should be kept open year round.  One centralized registry for any gift giving occasion is extremely advantageous for the registrant and their friends and family.  In addition to choosing any item in the world on any website, the registrant can also ask for cash to go towards anything from vacations to cooking lessons or anything else that their heart desires. allows you this flexibility on your wish list. solves the social etiquette question of asking for cash gifts by creating a pre-set feature on each member’s registry that can be easily activated by those interested in using the free service. The Cash Fund feature allows friends and family to send cash gifts easily with a credit card, or a PayPal account.

About is the leading universal gift registry, providing hundreds of thousands of users with the ability to create one centralized online registry for any gift giving occasion In addition to giving customers the ability to register for items from any online or brick and mortar retailer.  Along with offering services to individuals, organizations and nonprofits use as a valuable fundraising tool and convenient resource for requesting supplies and other items for donation

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