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Finding resources for Nonprofit Organizations Jamie Street

As a nonprofit organization, finding the resources you need to effectively run your organization and achieve your mission can be challenging. From fundraising tools to marketing resources, there are many options available to help you succeed. This article will explore some of the top resources available for nonprofit organizations.

  1. Givebutter

Givebutter is a fundraising platform that helps nonprofits raise money online through campaigns, events, and recurring donations. With Givebutter, you can easily create a customizable donation page, process payments, and track your fundraising progress.

  1. Fundraise Up

Fundraise Up is a fundraising tool that can help your nonprofit organizations increase donations by offering a seamless giving experience for donors. It includes features such as automatic recurring donations, personalized thank-you emails, and a mobile-optimized donation page. These features are critical for fundraising efforts and, eventually success of your nonprofit

  1. CanvaPro

Canva is a graphic design platform that offers a variety of templates and tools to help you create professional-quality marketing materials. The Pro version includes even more features, such as the ability to upload your own fonts and logos, access to over 60 million stock images, and more.

  1. Linktree

This platform allows you to create a customizable landing page with links to your various online profiles and resources. This is a great tool for nonprofits looking to centralize their online presence and make it easy for followers to access all their content in one place.

  1. Hootsuite

Hootsuite is a social media management tool that allows you to schedule and publish content, track your performance, and engage with your audience across multiple platforms. It is a useful resource for nonprofits looking to streamline their social media efforts and better connect with their followers.

  1. Grammarly

Grammarly is a writing assistant that helps you improve your grammar, spelling, and punctuation. It is a useful resource for nonprofits looking to ensure their written communications are clear and error-free.

  1. Trello

Trello is a project management tool that allows you to organize and prioritize your tasks and projects using boards and lists. It can be a great resource for your nonprofits if you are looking to stay organized and on top of their to-do lists.

  1. MailChimp

MailChimp is an email-marketing platform that allows you to create and send newsletters, promotional emails, and other types of communications to your followers. This is a useful resource if your nonprofit is looking to stay in touch with your supporters and promote your events and campaigns.

  1. Yoast SEO

This is another critical tool that can be helpful in running a nonprofit. Yoast SEO is a plugin for WordPress that helps you optimize your website for search engines. It includes features such as keyword optimization, meta tags, and sitemaps, which can help your website rank higher in search results.

  1. Google Ad Grants for Nonprofits

Google Ad Grants is a program that provides eligible nonprofit organizations with free advertising on Google Ads. It is a great resource for nonprofits looking to reach a wider audience and promote their causes.

  1. Google Analytics

Google Analytics is a free tool that allows you to track and analyze the traffic on your website. It provides valuable insights into your website's performance and can help you identify opportunities for improvement.

  1. CharityHowTo

CharityHowTo is a resource for nonprofit professionals that provides webinars, online courses, and other training materials on various topics, including fundraising, marketing, and grant writing.

  1. Nonprofit Library

The Nonprofit Library is a collection of resources for nonprofit professionals, including articles, templates, and tools. It covers a wide range of topics, including fundraising, grant writing, and marketing.

In conclusion, as a nonprofit organization, it is important to have the right tools to ensure your operations are successful and enhance your productivity. As you prepare to run the operations of your charity in the coming year, consider any of the above tools for efficiency and success.  

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