Mobile Apps

6
Aug

Top 7 PayPal Alternatives: Expert Tools for Every Occasion

If you’re looking for a way to accept money online, you might have considered using PayPal, a widely used payment processing tool for businesses, nonprofits, and individuals. Upon closer inspection, however, you’ll find that it doesn’t offer all the features that you need to effectively collect money online. As a result, you should consider PayPal alternatives to meet your specific needs.

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18
Jul

Top 10 Mobile Bidding Software Solutions (Reviewed)

Auctions are a tried-and-true fundraising event, but now there’s a way to add a twist to this classic. With mobile bidding software, you can make your next silent auction event more convenient for both your organization and your donors! While your nonprofit can use this software to track your procured items and organize seating arrangements, your donors may be able

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8
Apr

Top 10 Free Fundraising Software Providers for Nonprofits

Fundraising is the backbone of nonprofits as they rely on it heavily to raise money for their causes. Developing and implementing a fundraising strategy is a huge undertaking that requires a lot of planning, budgeting, and tracking. Many nonprofits turn to cost-effective fundraising software to help them manage campaigns. We’ve picked out our top 10 free fundraising software options for

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4
Apr

Free Nonprofit Software: 9 Outstanding Tools for Fundraising

There’s a sea of software nonprofits can use to help manage their organizations, but what happens when the current drags you in too many directions? Don’t worry, we’ve picked out 9 great software providers for nonprofits: Snowball Double the Donation Fundly Bonfire Edco Bloomerang Donately DonorSearch 360 MatchPro Best of all? All these selections are totally free, meaning that anyone

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30
Nov

Charity Auctions: A Step-by-Step Guide to Maximize Donations

So you want to host a charity auction. That’s great! Auctions can be a fun way to engage your supporters and raise funds for your worthy cause. Plus, bidding on a unique item can be just the right motivation your donors need to give. If you’ve started planning an auction, you know that it can take a lot of work.

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23
Sep

6 Donor Abandonment Causes and Solutions: An Actionable Guide for Nonprofits

Every nonprofit already understands the inherent challenges associated with getting an interested supporter to the finish line, aka the donation page. However, many nonprofits underestimate how much effort it takes to get a donor to cross that finish line once they click the ‘donate’ button. In fact, many people who click on your donation button aren’t finishing the process. That

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3
Feb

Top 10 Questions to Ask Before Choosing a Mobile Giving App

We’ve put together a list of the top ten questions you need to consider when shopping for a mobile giving app: #1. What exactly are you looking for in a mobile app? #2. What would be the easiest app for your donors to adopt? #3. Would you consider offering more than one way to give? #4. What would the monetary

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18
Apr

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14
Apr

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7
Jan

Some Cool Post

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