Manage elder care costs together

As we care for our aging loved ones, families take on significant costs. An AutoGive Group provides a community funding solution to help manage escalating elder care expenses.

  1. Create your private group.
  2. Invite family & friends to give.
  3. Collect monthly donations for your aging loved-one.
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The rising costs of elder care

As the elderly population increases, demand for care services is steadily rising, bringing dramatically higher costs each year. Too many American families struggle to manage these fast-growing yet essential expenditures.


Americans age 40+ are not confident they can afford their long-term needs


Average annual out of pocket cost for elder care expenses


Families caring for an elderly parent have no plan to pay expenses

Plan your family support by calculating each member’s average contribution
$100 $5,000+
1 50+

Needed from each person each month

Create your group

Collectively support loved ones

AutoGive seamlessly links communities and families for simplified, private, collective elder care funding.

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You control access to the group for maximum privacy. Post private updates to your members.

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Group members cover the fees so you can put the full gift amount toward expenses.

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Monthly donations provide reliable, ongoing support for your ongoing care.

Launch your elder care support group

Build a caring circle for your loved one. Start an AutoGive group to manage expenses together. Friends and family contribute, so every penny goes directly to their care.

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Set up a group for your loved one

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Invite family and friends to join and contribute

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Connect your bank account to receive weekly direct deposits

Common questions

But first, some terms we use...

Group Organizer - The person who creates the group.

Group Members - Invited individuals who make monthly donations to the group.

Recipient - The person receiving the money from the group.

How do I invite people to my group?

AutoGive makes it easy to compose your own invitation via text message or email from your own device. This means you won’t need to remember everyone’s contact info.

How do members of my group make a monthly donation?

Simple! We support Apple Pay, Google Pay, or using a credit / debit card to make a monthly donation to your group.

How do I, or someone I invite actually receive the money?

When you create your group, we’ll ask you for the name and contact info of the person who will be receiving the monthly donations (even if it’s you).

Then, the Recipient of the money will be invited to securely add their banking info so they can begin to receive a weekly deposit. The total of all weekly deposits is equal to the amount of donations that the group collects each month.

Does the Recipient of the money get charged any fees?

No! The Recipient recieves 100% of a Group Member’s monthly donation. To make this possible, Group Members cover the payment processing, payout and platform subscription fees.

What fees do Group Members pay?

Group members are charged a card processing & payout fee equivalent to 3.25% + $0.30 of each month’s total charges.

AutoGive does charge each Group Member $1 per week to use the service. This small fee helps support our team and is billed as $4 per month.

Learn more about Fees and how your total monthly payment is calculated here.

We think you’ll find our service very helpful and the low fees well worth the price.

Can I use AutoGive in my country?

The Recipient of the Group's monthly donations will need to have a valid United States Social Security Number. Support for more countries is coming soon!

Group Members donating monthly can be located in almost any country that uses either credit or debit cards.

What about taxes?

While we’re not Certified Public Accounts (CPA) and cannot offer tax advice, receiving a financial gift/donation in the U.S. from another person is generally not considered income and is not taxed as income.

Please consult your financial advisor to determine whether gifts received will impact your eligibility to other income or assistance programs.

Additionally, in the U.S. an individual can give up to $18,000 per year to another individual without requiring any tax filings. This amount increases to $36,000 per year for gifts from married couples to an individual. This is called ‘The Annual Gift Tax Exclusion’.

Donations made on AutoGive are considered personal gifts and are not tax deductible.

How do I, or the recipient access the donations collected?

When you create your group, we’ll ask you for the name and contact information of the person who will be receiving the monthly donations (even if it’s you).

Then, the recipient of the money will be invited to securely add their banking details so they can begin to receive a weekly deposit. Each weekly deposits is equal to the full amount of money that the group collects that week.

I still have a question…

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