Reviews (154)

Review: Ujama

Nonprofit organizations rely heavily on annual events and galas for the bulk of their donations. Since the pandemic – many nonprofits have had to cancel or postpone their events. Others have opted to switch to virtual events – but that comes with its own set-backs and learning curves. Ujama, a predominately mobile app hopes that their application can change the way charities set up and carry out their annual events.


Review: Boardable

After numerous privacy and security concerns many nonprofit organizations had second thoughts about employing Zoom as their go-to video conference platform. But with Covid-19 showing no signs of letting up – charities couldn’t just eliminate their contract – they had to make sure they had another video-conferencing platform set up.


Review: Nonprofit Treasurer Review

Fundraising is only one factor needed to run a successful nonprofit. There are also bills to be paid and taxes that are due that go along in “keeping the lights on” at a nonprofit.  A nonprofit whether large or small  should invest in a bookkeeping software to make sure that all of their transactions are in order. Nonprofit Treasurer is a software geared towards small nonprofits that will help them balance their books and build financial reports to get an accurate picture of their finances.


Review: Qgiv

You're changing the world. Let us help, the homepage of Qgiv implores. Qgiv, is a fundraising platform that helps nonprofit organizations raise money effortlessly. From multiple fundraising options to reporting and integrations, Qgiv has set out to be the premier fundraising option for nonprofit and faith-based charities across the country.


Review: Wordpress for Nonprofits

Building a website can be a daunting task for a nonprofit organization just starting out. When many newer charities rely heavily on volunteers – employing a design team is out of the question. As the need for websites and content management increase – there are many web design platforms that charities can take advantage of. Using a design platform is less expensive then hiring a design team but it can still be pricey after hosting fees and a domain name are calculated.  As the number one content management system (CMS) with 61.8% of the market share and nearly 55,000 web plugins to enhance a website – WordPress should definitely be considered when a nonprofit is designing a new website for their organization or creating one for the first time.


Review: Nutshell

As the name suggests, Customer Relationship Management (CRM) technology enables organizations to manage their customer relationships. From managing pipeline, reporting, and sales automation the goal of a CRM software is a one-stop shop for managing a client’s needs. But unfortunately, many CRMs can come up short. Their either too clunky, too bulky, or they offer to many products that are just OK. Nonprofits need a CRM that can do everything well – because their time and resources are limited. With Nutshell’s easy to use platform and low costs – it’s starting to gain the attention of small-medium nonprofits.


Review: Fonteva

According to Salesforce, over 30,000 nonprofits use the CRM software – so it was only logical that some of their 3,400 apps were geared towards nonprofit organizations around the world. One of those apps is Fonteva -a relationship building tool created with associations and other member-based organizations in mind. The software itself has numerous products such as one geared towards memberships and another towards events. These products enable a nonprofit organization to manage their membership relationships and plan events.


Review: GivingTrak

It is important for a company of any size to compare metrics consistently throughout the fiscal year to ensure they are on the right track to achieving their monetary goals. This is no different for nonprofit organizations regardless of size. Comparing donor statistics year-over-year and week-over-week will allow an organization to understand which areas they are more successful and which areas they can improve. If only there was a dashboard which allowed nonprofit organizations to see their donor data in real time…thankfully Causeview saw the lack of software and invented a way to help nonprofits retain their donors. That software, is GivingTrak and it’s free. 


Review: Market Smart

Market Smart is best known for helping  not-for-profit institutions like colleges and universities engage with potential donors by generating quality leads. So imagine my surprise when I found out that Market Smart is also behind Fundraising Report Card – a reporting and analytics platform that help nonprofit organizations make sense out of their fundraising data. With multiple dashboards such as retention rate, growth, and key performance – nonprofit organizations can see an overall picture of who their donors are.


Review: Momentum

According to Nonprofit Source, in 2018 - 84% of millennials gave to charity, donating an annual average of $481 across 3.3 organizations. In addition, millennials were more likely to donate via their mobile devices and through websites than they were by email. These statistics have prompted charities to change the way they ask for donations. Momentum is hoping to appeal to millennials by making it easier than ever to donate to the charity of their choice by donating through a mobile app or through their website.


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