– Well designed, more nuts&bolts than trello. People that use it love it Might give you a free/discounted account – .
– Don’t know anyone using it but know of many who would like to. Free for teams up to 15.
A bit different then CRMs because Nonprofits track different metrics then for-profits.
– Been around a long time, has almost every feature you could ever dream of. A lot of services/options to choose from.
– I know a lot of orgs use sales force, but I can’t help but feel like this happens because business people set it up for them (if it works in business it must work for nonprofits!). Also has a per-seat licenses which get expensive very fast.
Payment Providers built for Nonprofits
– Straight forward pricing and easy to implement.
– More services then the two above, still easy to get up and going.
Online Office & Email
Each of these offer online storage, document sharing & collaboration, email, calendars, and more.
– The office tools you’ve used for over a decade, now online & offline. (free and paid options)
– Much smaller market share than Google.
– Largest social platform, you probably already have a FB page. Promote content on Facebook. Don’t see any discounts.
– Target and promote your org on twitter. Don’t see any discounts.
Odds and Ends
– Awesome online chat tool for keeping your staff/volunteers/members connected and engaged.
– Nearly everyone has a gmail account, and hangouts make group video chatting simple. Plus you could use doodle to schedule it.
– Simple app that helps you write more clearly.