I am humbled by the kindness, time, and generous spirit of so many people who have come across my webpage and taken the time to share additional contributions. Sincerest thanks to Abby B for sharing the below article on free tools that helped her reduce some of the administrative costs of the nonprofit she works for.
2. Track Web Traffic with Google Analytics
3. Email Your Audience with Benchmark Email
Email marketing is essential to build awareness of your nonprofit and retain the attention of those who already know about you. One great email marketing service to choose from is Benchmark Email. Benchmark Email has a forever-free plan, allowing you to send up to 14,000 emails a month and to manage a subscriber database of 2,000 contacts. This makes it a great tool to use when your nonprofit is just starting out.
4. Schedule Social Media Updates with Buffer
These days, social media is an essential way to connect with your audience of supporters, volunteers, and donors. But managing social media can be a full-time job. And, as a nonprofit, you probably can’t afford the time. Buffer can help you manage your social media presence with its scheduling tool.
5. Design Web and Social Graphics with Canva
6. Find the Best Volunteers with VolunteerMatch
7. Manage Tasks and Projects with Trello
Trello is project and task management software that helps you plan events, manage content, and keep track of all the things you have to do.
8. Handle Fundraising with Snowball
Snowball is one of the best online fundraising tools there is, and it’s free.
9. Reach More Donors with DialMyCalls
DialMyCalls can help you keep in touch with members, donors, and volunteers most expeditously. It’s an automated calling and texting solution that can be used to send out donation requests and volunteer alerts. The free account lets you send one 30-second message to 25 contacts a week.
10. Manage Your Contacts with Hubspot CRM