23 (of 85) Affordable Web-Based Tools for Nonprofits
FotoFlexer is a free Web-based photo-editing tool that allows you to cut, crop, resize and embed text and logos onto your photos. If your nonprofit is active on Pinterest or wants to make better use of your digital library, knowledge of photo-editing is essential.
A free, open-source software program that enables users to send group text messages from computers or mobile phones. It must be downloaded and is available only to nonprofit organizations.
Used widely throughout the globe, FrontlineSMS has empowered a texting revolution at the grassroots level by nonprofits in developing nations and has become a beacon for social good in mobile technology.
A user-generated charity review site that’s ideal for nonprofits that are too small to get officially reviewed by Charity Navigator or the Better Business Bureau Wise Giving Alliance, your supporters can write reviews for your nonprofit that you can then link to on your “Donate Now” landing page. That said, you should also monitor this site (and others like it) for the rare rogue review.
Launched to enable donors and supporters to easily learn more about the nonprofits they support (or are considering supporting), the Giving Library is a portal to nonprofits that have created informational videos explaining their work, missions, accomplishments and future goals. If you are interested in having your nonprofit listed on the Giving Library, you can apply at bit.ly/SNtn4t.
(This article originally appeared in Nonprofit Tech 2.0 e-newsletter. Check it out to get the other 62 resources at the Nonprofit Tech 2.0 blog. A section of the e-newsletter entitled “Resource Spotlight” features a new resource/tool in each edition. To subscribe, go to bit.ly/g1KFsD.)