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Nonprofits Providing Relief through Tech

For decades, the success of nonprofits has been defined by the amount of money they raise from donors. In the age of technology, this is no longer the case. Apart from the amount a nonprofit can raise, the ability of particular nonprofit to adopt technology and use it in providing its services has proven to be a game-changer. Technology has helped in various aspects of nonprofit ranging from engaging potential donors, eliciting fundraising and enabling nonprofits to track their operations.  It goes without saying of course that for a nonprofit to claim to be successful, it must deliver on its mission and objectives that the organization was created to fulfil.


7 Tips for Finding Online Forms That’ll Make You a Happy Camper

Hosting kids at a summer camp can be an incredibly rewarding experience for campers, counselors, and camp coordinators alike. Whether your camp focuses on sports, art, education, chess, music, or just plain fun, summer camp can be an awesome experience — except for the paperwork. Processing registrations and payments, chasing documents, and gathering signatures can be a huge hassle.


How a New Approach to Financial Management is Allowing this Maternal Health Advocate to Focus on Helping More Mothers

In 1999, White Ribbon Alliance was formed in response to the increasing problem of women at risk of dying in childbirth and the lack of education around quality health and well-being across the globe. Over the next 20 years, the Alliance grew rapidly, as thousands of people and groups joined the network, speaking as one voice, identifying problems in their own communities and finding specific solutions at a national level with a goal to spark change at a global level for future generations. 


Leveraging Low-Code Solutions to Empower People with Disabilities

More businesses are grappling with the digital transformation movement than ever before, spanning all industries and verticals. Ninety-eight percent of IT leaders say the automation of business processes is vital for business success. Yet only 21 percent of firms believe they’ve completed digital transformation, which includes building process applications to automate workflows.


Tech Trends in Fundraising: 2020 and Beyond

To improve efficiency, reach and engage wider audiences and drive donations, forward-thinking nonprofit leaders are turning to the latest technology tools to fuel fundraising efforts and reduce the inefficiencies and costs associated with current siloed systems. This is highlighted in a recent survey from global accounting firm BDO, which found that 75% of nonprofit CEOs and presidents plan to invest in new technologies this year.


Look for These Trends to Take Off This Year

Nonprofits have learned a lot from their for-profit counterparts about how to effectively use technology in their operations. However, they cannot always practice the strategies that for-profit companies are using. Some of these strategies can sometimes backfire because nonprofits operate differently compared to other organizations. Regardless of the challenges that nonprofits face, technology can help them to bridge the divide that exists between resources that exist and goals that these organizations are trying to achieve. As we move forward into 2020, there are trends that you are likely to encounter and you better prepare for them. Below are some of the tech-trends that your nonprofit should prepare for in 2020.


Update Your Strategies to Include More Social Media Efforts

The power of social media cannot be overemphasized. It plays a critical role in different industries and is a vital component in fundraising strategies for any modern nonprofit organization. A good presence of your nonprofit in social media will not only help you in reaching more people but will also aid you in fostering your community of donors. Furthermore, a successful social media presence has a direct correlation with the amounts raised.


The Genesis of Boardable: A Nonprofit in Need

One of my favorite things about Boardable is our origin story. It wasn’t a group of software startup gurus sitting around thinking of market needs. It came about organically, from a place of meaning and service. With the United Way of Central Indiana as our flagship customer, we have been able to create a product that speaks directly to nonprofit needs in a way that a more clinical approach couldn’t have. From the very beginning, we took a real organization, with real challenges and people, into consideration as we created tools to help. This is that story.


Why Nonprofits Must Pay Attention to Protecting Their Data

With all the recent news about data breaches in organizations and the increase in the amount of data that companies collect, data protection is now required more than ever. It’s time to consider the best practices that can help your nonprofit to secure the future of data and its online presence entirely. With more nonprofits now collecting data from donors and using it in their activities, the call for regulation and privacy has increased.


Nonprofits Should Look at These Technologies that Will be Important in 2020

Like for-profit businesses, nonprofit organizations also face many challenges, most of which are due to the overall trends in the industry.  These trends keep shifting the direction that nonprofits want to take as they continuously change. As the New Year begins, it is wise to expect, understand and prepare for how these changing trends might influence your nonprofit going forward.  Below are the industry trends that every nonprofit should keep an eye on in 2020.


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