Work as a Telefundraising Representative with CAUSEWORX

Updated on: by Amy Kennedy

Work within your home helping the world by answering non-profit charity calls for CAUSEWORX.While doing some research for my current eBook, I stumbled across a company called CAUSEWORX that hires telefundraising representatives to work from home. I will provide some more information about them in this blog post.

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CAUSEWORX is a company that partners with Canada’s top non-profit organizations. According to the job posting I found on the forum “The CAUSEWORX team is passionate about making a difference. Our passion, quality and professionalism have made us into one of the most successful telefundraising companies in Canada. Whether we are raising funds to cure sick children, advocating on behalf of abandoned and abused animals or preserving nature for generations to come, we make a difference every day.”

What do Telefundraising reps do?

Telefundraising reps raise funds for Canada’s premiere charities while delivering superior quality and results to their clients. There is no cold calling involved in this position – they build on existing relationships and focus on inspiring generosity.

Do I have to live in Canada to work for this company?

No, you do not have to live in Canada – many of the people that posted on the thread that I found out about this position on live in the US.

What kind of person do you need to be to work for CAUSEWORX?

According to the job posting, “You’re right for this job if you have a passion for making a difference. You don’t necessarily need to have any not-for-profit, sales or customer service experience however the ability to communicate clearly and effectively is a necessity. You must have a strong work ethic and a commitment to performance. We are passionate about the causes we represent and promise our clients the best results. If performance expectations intimidate you, this isn’t going to be a good fit.”

What are the requirements and technical specs for this position?

As with most phone jobs, CAUSEWORX requires a quiet work environment. In addition, your computer must meet the following technical specs:

  • It must be a newer model running Windows XP, Vista, 7 or 8
  • Minimum 2 GB of RAM
  • Internet Explorer 7 or later
  • Reliable, high-speed, hard-wired internet connection
  • No wireless internet
  • A USB headset

What are the hours for this position?

Fundraising reps can work any time between the hours of 12-9 pm on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, 11 am to 8 pm on Friday, and 10 am to 4 pm on Saturday.  All times are Eastern time.

Does CAUSEWORX hire employees or independent contractors?

CAUSEWORX hires independent contractors.

How much do telefundraising reps make?

Telefundraising reps start with a base salary of $11-$13 per hour plus performance incentives.

How do I apply for this position?

If you’re interested in applying with CAUSEWORX, call 888-339-8047 and leave a message with your full name, contact number, if you’re interested in a full-time or part-time position, and why you feel you’re a good fit for the position. Then email your resume to [email protected]. You can also visit the CAUSEWORX employment webpage for updated information.

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Mai Whoo

July 4, 2015 at 8:09 pm

I am a former Independent Contractor with this company. I will warn you DO NOT work for them. This is in your best interest. Look at all reviews as there are many many past employees of Geoff, Megan and Ashley who have been treat so bad by these people.
This is not an angry or vindictive post just letting you all know they are not fair with work or wages. Lack respect for their reps..they will treat you well for a bit then their true colors shine and it’s not nice.
They owned a company name Echo Marketing and they went bankrupt did some funny funky business by switching up Geoff from President to Megan as President formerly the VP. This all done to fly under regulations and restrictions for those who file for bankruptcy.


July 6, 2015 at 5:17 am

Good to know! Thanks!


January 20, 2017 at 10:38 pm

Hello Mai and Erica,
First, I want to express my appreciation of this site. Erica your site truly is amazing! Made things a lot easier for me to provide my friend with resources available for her based on her experience and expertise! As a single mom of my adorable godson!
One site with variety of options! How convenient! 🙂

Secondly, I must address… Mai you are certainly entitled to have an opinion and I do respect that. However, I have to completely disagree. Causeworx as described on the Company website is a “unique” tele fundraising botique.
Both Ashley and Narandi (another management staff) truly and genuinely in my humble opinion care and support not only the cause of each of the wonderful organization they help, but also value each and every one of their amazing team of sub contractors including myself, with a great deal of appreciation.
I am not in anyway been told or asked to write this comment, I simply do find it in my heart to share how I came from a 3rd party telemarketing company agent being one of their aggressive incentive focused sellers to becoming a motivated Enteprenuer, Co founder of a Toronto networking site and urban clothing line inspiring ( not only Generosity at Causeworx of course! ) but also other individuals to never give up! follow their dreams, and to live a life with passion doing what they love the most!
I am proud to admit that my experience with Narandi’s coaching and training 3 years ago is what sparked this mentality in me.
I left Causeworx after a few months back then as a life situation occurred, though I was never able to forget this amazing team.
I recently rejoined back, and so far Erica I am completely happy and satisfied with the way these people continue to deliver and excute strategically and achieve goals in such powerful ways you will end a shift with a great feeling.
I can go on and on with all the positive experience I have with the company. Instead, I would love to take this opportunity to invite anyone to please apply! and if you’re hired I can only assure you that your experience with the company under the management of these two very capable ladies would be remarkable! 🙂

Kind regards


January 20, 2017 at 10:55 pm

I must say, my partner’s knowledge and ability to properly identify a website like this one and difference between bloggers and the creator being a web designer herself would have been a good help in determining the difference for me earlier…. my apologies Erica, my with inability to distinguish you as a blogger and not site creator.
I have the most respect with bloggers and acknowledgement of the work and information you and fellow bloggers provide with much appreciation.

Geoff Lloyd

July 10, 2015 at 11:32 am

Hi Erica,

I am the CEO of CAUSEWORX. Thank you for your post on our company. There are a few inaccuracies (wages, employment geography, etc) in your article. Could we chat briefly to correct these?

Secondly, we have never employed a “Mai Woo.” This is actually a comment from a disgruntled former employee that tried to blackmail us for $10,000 or she would contact our clients and employee’s in an attempt to turn them against us. The police was involved. There is a warrant out for her arrest for extortion and theft of company property. She promised no further action in this matter, however, it appears she is not keeping her word.

I would be happy to share the vile emails she sent to us, our employee’s and our clients, in which she wished that Ashley and her baby would die in childbirth and many other false and offensive accusations. I think you will readily be able to judge her state of mind for yourself.

In light of this I would ask that you please REMOVE this erroneous and slanderous comment.

Finally I will say this. CAUSEWORX is a company driven to help make charitable giving the best it can be. We work with many of the best non-profits in North America. While we are a TeleFundraising agency, we don’t do any cold calls. We focus on converting a charity’s most loyal donors to regular monthly donors so that money is wasted on on-going mail, email or calls.

I spent 5 years on the phones myself as a telefundraiser. I know first hand how difficult it can be to maintain the energy and motivation to convince people to give monthly giving a try. After several years of calling, even the best caller can wane in their effectiveness. When it’s time to move on, change is often difficult. Sometimes this frustration gets directed at the people or company that communicate this message. While the temptation is understandable, there is no excuse for slandering people because a job didn’t work out the way one wanted.

Thank you for your consideration.

Many thanks,

geoff [dot] lloyd [at] causeworx [dot] ca

Miranda Grimm

July 10, 2015 at 8:43 pm

Hi Geoff you email me sometime to arrange a time we could possible have a phone conversation? My email is miranda at wahadventures.

Patricia Adams

January 29, 2019 at 9:53 am

I used to work for this place, and my opinion is that the “manager” they have Narandi just makes the place worse. When she is there there is more mistakes, and forgot, and confusion. This is who they choose to put in this place. can’t you all hires more management and just leave her out, she just makes the place more mixed up than ever. also, can you all start making “policies” clear to people. hire more staff causeworx, you all need more help.