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Review: Carii

cariiAs a start-up company how do you know when you've "made it"? Some start-ups are asking these questions five years after their inception while others buckle under the pressure long before they have a chance to take off. But if you're a nonprofit named Carii, you don't have to worry about that. Within two and a half years Carii has already made a name for itself in the mobile app world. Named the "Innovative Application of the Year" from marketing consulting firm, Compass Intelligence; Carii has proven that their global platform aimed to "Create, Connect, Communicate, Collaborate" is the next big communications tool in the technology world. Read more...

Review: Qvinci

qvinciMany products and companies come to be out of necessity. The founder figures out an easier way of accomplishing a tedious yet essential task pertinent to the industry and the rest is history. Case in point, Qvinci. At the time of conception, CIO and founder Charles Nagel was working in turnaround consulting. He would continuously see the same problems over and over again in both small businesses and nonprofits, especially those with more than one location.

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Review: Sharethemeal

sharethemealWhat if you could help end world hunger by just a click of a button and a miniscule donation? What if instead of purchasing coffee for one week you could feed 4 children for 5 days or 20 children for one week? With World Food Programme’s new app, “SharetheMeal”; users are able to do just that. Read more...

Update: Giving Tuesday

givingtuesdayThis year Giving Tuesday saw an uptick in donations as they raised approximately $117 million dollars by over a million different donors for charities and nonprofits around the world. Giving Tuesday started in 2012 in response to Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Each year the amount of donations steadily increased for campaigns that help the homeless, domestic assault victims, and animals among other causes. While there’s no doubt that Giving Tuesday was a success, I kept wondering how much of an impact it made. While writing my monthly review featuring 121Giving, I figured I’d ask co-founder and COO of the company; Liz Deering. Read more...

Review: Sage Foundation

Sage LogoThe Sage Foundation is the philanthropy project of Sage One - an online accounting software aimed at small businesses. The Sage Foundation is a bit different from Sage One because of it focus on small to medium nonprofits organizations and charities. Read more...

Review: EWG's Food Scores

ewgThe Environmental Working Group (EWG)'s mission is to improve people's lives by empowering them to eat healthier and live a more active lifestyle. They focus on educating their constituents to make nutritious choices for themselves and their families. With ingredients you can't pronounce on foods that you love, it can get difficult deciphering whether or not that product is harmful to you. And if in fact it is bad for you how bad is it? Read more...

Review: GiveGab

givegabThe initial idea for GiveGab came from CEO Charlie Mulligan who was reading a study that found that people's happiness increased when they volunteered once a month as opposed to their salary doubling. From having a background in advertising in which he worked with nonprofits, Mulligan knew he wanted to build a software that would help charities and nonprofits, but first he had to figure out what to include.

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Review: CausWorthy

causeworthy-logo-hSince crowdfunding started, there have been numerous websites surfacing on the internet. From the pioneer site, Kickstarter to the mainstream GoFundMe, organizations and people alike are able to fund projects they wouldn't otherwise have been able to by relying on the donations of regular people around the world. Read more...

Review: The Right Aid

therightaidNonprofit organizations who are just starting out rarely have large staff. In a majority of the cases, the staff they do have are wearing multiple hats, whether it's grant writing, managing the books, or interacting with clients. The roles they can't fill themselves, they outsource to professionals spending money that the organization might not have.

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Review: Catchafire

catchafireCatchafire's tagline is, "give what you're good at." Put simply, Catchafire aims to match professionals with nonprofits organizations. Whether it's creating a brochure or managing their finances, Catchafire connects charities with volunteers willing and able to help them. All it takes is a few clicks, a resume, biography, and an interview and a match is formed benefiting both the volunteer and the nonprofit. Read more...

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