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Review: Kindly

kiindlyBeing able to shop and donate to your favorite charity may seem like it’s too good to be true, but with Kiindly you can do just that. Following along the lines of iGive, Amazon Smile, and Giftback.com; Kiindly is a socially responsible shopping platform where shoppers receive cash back from each purchase. They can either keep the cash or donate it to over 800,000 501(C)(3) certified nonprofit organizations in the United States.

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Review: Movement

movementChances are you have heard of Picatic - a software that allows its users to purchase tickets to galas, conventions, and other events. But have you heard of Movement? Movement is Picatic’s new platform dedicated to ensuring nonprofit organizations around the world can sell tickets to their galas, and fundraisers. Kellan Roman-Barnes, Evangelist of Movement  assures that it’s the “same product, same experience” that one would receive on Picatic’s website. Read more...

Review: JotForm

jotformSending out forms can be a way for nonprofit organizations to gage interest in certain activities, get to know their volunteers better, or invite benefactors to upcoming events. With JotForm there are endless amounts of form templates a charity can chose from. From Lead Generation forms, event registration forms, surveys, donation forms, and polls- chances are there’s a form for every type of nonprofit.  

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Review: Lifeway Generosity

lifewayAccording to “Giving USA” over $390 billion dollars was donated to charities across the country in 2016.  While this may seem like an astronomical number, it’s only a little more than 2% of the entire Gross Domestic Product (GDP) or in layman’s terms; disposable income. According to Philanthropy Roundtable, while the monetary amount of charitable donations have increased year over year, the GDP has stayed put at around 2% for over 60 years. This is interesting because as a country we’ve gotten wealthier that one could assume that the percentage that we as a nation donate would increase as well. Read more...

Review: OneLogin

oneloginA user signs in to one website. Then they have to sign in to another, and another. Each platform has a different user name and password and trying to remember all of them can prove to be difficult and time consuming. What if all a user had to do was sign into a portal once with single sign-on and be automatically signed in to all their applications- saving time, frustration and a potential data breach? Read more...

Review: Braze

brazeDon’t call them a CRM. Braze (formally known as Appboy) while can be categorized as a CRM is really a Lifecycle Marketing Platform helping companies connect with their consumers in an authentic way. Combining data, teams, and technology they are known for creating experiences that drive consumer loyalty. Read more...

Review: BEAM

beam“As long as people are talking to each other face to face we can build a better tomorrow,” entrepreneur and inventor Andrew Zenoff told me. Zenoff took this idea and founded BEAM Authentic- the first social network that blurs the boundaries of the Internet into the real world.

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Review: 6ya

6ya6ya may not increase donor awareness or replace a CRM tool, but it has the ability to save a nonprofit organization money each year. Most software is geared towards helping charities and nonprofits function whether it’s a CRM that helps it do day-to-day activities or an analysis software that records and analyses new traffic to their website. Instead, 6ya works by assisting the charity with problems around the work place that threaten to eat at a nonprofit’s capital.   Read more...

Review: needls

needlsDonors cannot donate to a nonprofit organization if they do not know that organization exists.  A fundraiser can’t be successful if no one knows about it. These are two reasons why nonprofits and charities are turning to digital ad agencies to expand their charity. It’s no longer enough to create a Facebook page and hope that potential donors and volunteers will “like” a charity’s page and donate to their cause.

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Review: Vidyocloud

vidyocloudWhile the idea of video conferencing occurred in the 1870s, it did not hit its stride until the early 1990s.  In 1994, Connectix introduced the “QuickCam” or what we know today as the webcam. The QuickCam went on to change the way we use our computers to communicate with each other. Today, webcams are built into a majority of computers and cellphones while software such as Skype, Facetime, and Google Hangout let us communicate on both a personal and professional level. Read more...

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