23 (of 85) Affordable Web-Based Tools for Nonprofits
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A website (mobile app coming soon) that allows users to check in while doing good deeds. From eating healthy to volunteering at local nonprofits, users earns points that can then be redeemed for rewards or special discounts offered by partner businesses.
This website allows users to build visually appealing, interactive timelines using video, audio, images, location, social media and time stamps. Nonprofits can use Dipity to create timelines that highlight organizational history, current events and special campaigns.
Each month, DollarPerMonth.org selects three charities for its members (who have pledged to donate a minimum of $1 per month) to vote on. The winning charity receives 50 percent of the community donations, the second charity receives 30 percent and the third charity receives 20 percent. With only 36 charities selected per year, most nonprofits aren’t able to participate, but it’s a clever and powerful idea that could be easily duplicated by employee-giving programs and socially responsible businesses.
Flavors is a tool that allows nonprofits to easily create simple, well-designed websites for as little as $20 a year. For small nonprofits with tiny budgets, Flavors is an excellent option. Nonprofits that already have websites can use Flavors to create landing pages for social media and fundraising campaigns as needed.
Formstack allows nonprofits to easily create online forms to capture contact information of new supporters, volunteers and donors. You can even create custom forms to process donations on your website or blog or to manage event registrations.