23 (of 85) Affordable Web-Based Tools for Nonprofits
Bravo enables brands to capture user-generated videos directly from the Web. Nonprofits could use Bravo to capture testimonials from donors and supporters or position statements from advocates and activists — and it does offer discounts for nonprofits.
Cause.it is an iOS app that allows users to earn points for doing things such as volunteering at local food banks or animal shelters. Points can later be redeemed for deals and free items at local merchants.
This site provides an incredibly useful breakdown of Facebook users by age, gender and location. It also pulls in a feed of the most recent Facebook news and illuminates in real time the fastest-growing countries using Facebook.
This tool turns your smartphone or desktop computer into an audio recorder that allows you to easily share audio messages and podcasts with your supporters. You can either broadcast live (think of it as your own radio station) or host the messages on the Cinchcast server for later listening.
Cinchcast is ideal for nonprofits that are advancing their communications into real-time reporting while on location from fundraisers, conferences, protests, etc.
Clipix makes bookmarking — aka clipping articles and links — extremely easy. Nonprofit staff often need to manage and organize large quantities of Web links for later viewing, and bookmarking via browsers is becoming cumbersome. With a Pinterest-like design, Clipix is the new generation of online content management.
A great source for images for your nonprofit’s website, blog, e-newsletter and social-networking profiles.
Ideal for activist organizations, CrowdVoice allows organizers to create “Voices” of protest where users can monitor and contribute links, photos and videos of protests worldwide. It’s a creative, visual way to tell your organization’s stories of protest to your online communities.