Give Not Gift: A Gift that Gives Back

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Introducing the “Give Certificate” – the perfect give opportunity!

Brought to you by Stimulated, Inc.

We are so proud of this new project and wanted to share it with you! Holiday shopping can be a chaotic and stressful experience, especially during these times. The Give Not Gift GIVE CERTIFICATE allows you to gift your friends and family the power to donate to a charity from Give Not Gift’s carefully curated list of causes.

From charities ranging from hunger to social justice, to women’s empowerment, and sustainability, there is a cause for everyone.

How this works:

  • You purchase a Give Certificate at GiveNotGift.org for the value you wish to give.
  • The Give Certificate is sent to the recipient via email with a unique code.
  • The recipient redeems the Give Certificate at the cause of their choice.

Yes, it’s as simple as that!

Using our powers for good is something we feel passionately about here at 5D Spectrum. Developing this project was not only close to our hearts, but allowed us to stretch our limits with innovative ideas and new technology.

Find out more details about the development of this platform in our portfolio!

Find out how 5D Spectrum can help you adapt your business.






About: De Ivett

With over 25 years in advertising, graphic design, interactive media, software development and programming, De brings her creative and technical talents to lead the 5D Spectrum team. De is a first place winner of the Los Angeles Advertising Women Achievement Award for interactive communications. As founder of 5D Spectrum, De has worked with many brands including Red Bull, Kodak, Intel, Prudential, Microsoft, USHE, Sony, and Live Nation to name a few.

As an arts education advocate by day and bass player by night, De is dedicated to helping children receive quality music and arts education through in-school and after-school enrichment programs. De is a CTE (Career Technical Education) teacher for web design in the Burbank Unified School District at the high school level as well as a published curriculum writer for the State of California. A well-respected voice in the industry, she has served as a technology and branding panelist for several industry conferences including Digital Hollywood.

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