Your work is vital. We are raising funds to support it.
If you're looking at fundraising packages, you should definitely take a look at CiviCRM:
CiviCRM is an open source and freely downloadable constituent relationship management solution. CiviCRM is web-based, open source, internationalized, and designed specifically to meet the needs of advocacy, non-profit and non-governmental groups. Integration with both Drupal and Joomla! content management systems gives you the tools to connect, communicate and activate your supporters and constituents.
- Steve Peters
Donor Tools should really be on the list. I think it is easy, affordable, online donor management software for non-profits. You can see the website www.donortools.com is their website. I started using it for a small non-profit ( www.napagradnite.com) that I sit on the board of. It does everything our little nonprofit needs.
What about donor.com and orangeleap.com ?
I strongly recommend folks review this article instead, which has much more up to date information: http://www.techsoup.org/learningcenter/databases/page11928.cfm
Eric Leland, FivePaths: http://www.fivepaths.com
RPT Software released a donation management software program that is really low cost www.donationmanagementsoftware.com. Probably 10% of the cost of most of these systems. I think Giftworks is the most user friendly (if going off this list). First decide if you want a web-based hosted option and that will split the list.
Could you please update the pricing for Salesforce.com? For nonprofits you are correct that qualified 501c3s can apply for the donation and discount program and be awarded up to 10 free licenses per year. Additional licenses however are not $1500/year they are granted under the discount program at the reduced rate of $360/year making this an exceptional business and financial value for nonprofits of all sizes!
Can i know what is Donor-Management Software Comparison chart
Events.org specializes in donor management along with numerous other relevant tools. They support a lot of nonprofits and because of that, they keep their prices very low, more than half of what bigger supplies such as cvent and razors edge charge and you can work both online and offline with them. Its a great tool to check out www.events.org
Thanks spr1616 for pointing that out. We have now updated the chart to reflect that change.
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Chris, aren't you a co-founder of Donor Tools? Maybe just note this directly instead of talking about representing an outside nonprofit using your services?
Just a little background - I joined up with DonorTools after my experience with it with these and other organizations I was working with and after this comment.
With the timeline and that events that have transpired since I can see how it appears incorrect and would be fine with it's removal.
I am no longer at the company and encourage anyone to look at the idealware report on Donor Management for anyone who has any questions about the space. It is the up to doate comprehensive and authority on the software options and the space that I know of.
Thanks for joining the forums and I look forward to many conversations with you!
I have been searching this site and the web for comparisons of databases used to track and plan foundation development. All the reviews I am finding seem to focus on individual donors, small or large. Is there a different name for products of the type I am seeking than "donor management"? I am most interested in products suitable for an organization in the $200k to, say, $1.5 mill. range, with a staff that is tech-savvy without being technical, and a development staff of .25 to one FTE.
Are you saying that you are a foundation or that you are looking to track other foundations? My bet is that most donor management software can substitute labels without much fuss. Maybe I am missing something here, though. Have you asked this question directly to any of the providers? Most companies offer webinars with a further explanation of their software.
I work for DonorSnap and from my understanding of your situation, you could easily track foundations, contacts, donors, and just about anything. The target is organizations that are your size, and it might fit your organization really well.
I have used this comparison chart several times and find it an extremely valuable tool. Thank you, TechSoup, for making this available and saving us valuable time.
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