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52 Software Solutions for Nonprofits

26 min read
February 29, 2024
Alex Huntsberger
a pair of nonprofit staffers sit at their laptop learning how to use the latest software their nonprofit has purchased for them.

Running a nonprofit organization involves a ton of moving parts, from managing finances and donors to coordinating volunteers and events. Fortunately, there’s a ton of nonprofit software tools out there designed specifically to help organizations like yours streamline their operations and maximize their impact. 

In this comprehensive guide, we’ll explore 52 software programs that nonprofits can use to improve every aspect of their operations from accounting, donor management, and fundraising to volunteer coordination, project management, event planning, and more.

Want to skip a particular topic? Use this index. Enjoy!

Donor Management Software

We’re starting with donor management software because managing your donors—stewarding them from prospects to first-time givers to ongoing supporters—sits at the very heart of nonprofit operations. 

You want to run an effective nonprofit? You need to manage (and grow) your donor base. So what’s the software you should use to do that? Here’s six popular donor management solutions your nonprofit can use. 

1. Neon CRM 

Hey, that’s us! Neon CRM is a cloud-based CRM solution that’s designed specifically for nonprofits. Our system offers a wide range of features from optimized donation forms to membership capabilities, event and class management, email, volunteers, grants, peer-to-peer fundraising, and more. Neon CRM also boasts a wide variety of integrations with other software solutions—many of which you’ll find in this list. Neon CRM is an all-in-one solution that lets you do more—and raise more—with less. Want to learn more about Neon CRM? Join one of our regularly scheduled, 30-minute group demos. Just click the button below to find a demo that works for you!

2. Bloomerang 

Bloomerang is a streamlined donor management software solution with fundraising tools and payments available as add-ons. In their base package. Bloomerang has features covering database management, donor engagement and retention, reporting, and email. Bloomerang’s strength lies in its simplicity, which means that larger nonprofits with more complex needs may require additional integrations. For fundraising support, Bloomerang’s recent purchase of Qgiv means that their users have access to powerful additional features, but it does come at an additional cost. 

3. DonorPerfect 

DonorPerfect is a comprehensive donor management system that helps nonprofits cultivate relationships with their supporters. Donorperfect has fundraising features built in, alongside payments, analytics, donation forms, marketing, and events.  Donorperfect has five different packages available, ranging from a base price of $99/mo (Lite, up to 1,000 records) to $599/mo (Enterprise, up 75,00 records). DonorPerfect is well-regarded for its robust reporting features and integrations, but the breadth of features and customization options might present a steeper learning curve for new users.

4. Little Green Light 

Little Green Light is a good solution for small or early-stage nonprofits. It’s an affordable donor management solution that comes with customizable forms, email marketing integrations, and membership management tools alongside limited event and volunteer management capabilities. Little Green Light is appreciated for its straightforward setup and operation, allowing nonprofits to quickly benefit from its features without a significant investment in training. On the flip side, midsize organizations might find that they are quickly outgrowing Little Green Light.

5. Salesforce Nonprofit Cloud 

Salesforce is the granddaddy of modern CRMs, and its Nonprofit Cloud solution is a powerful CRM platform that provides nonprofits with tools for donor management, fundraising, program tracking, and volunteer engagement, all in one integrated system. Its scalability and flexibility make it suitable for nonprofits of any size so long as they have the ability to tailor the platform extensively to meet their specific needs. However, for a lot of smaller or midsize nonprofits, that kind of time and expertise is not something they are going to have easily at hand. 

6. Blackbaud Raiser’s Edge NXT

Blackbaud Raiser’s Edge NXT is a comprehensive fundraising and donor management solution that sports a bevy of features such as prospect research, online donations, event management, and analytics. Blackbaud is a very well established company in the donor management sector, but that longevity can take the form of a clunky user experience, a lack of innovation, and a high price point. 

Fundraising Software

Technology has completely revolutionized the role of the nonprofit fundraiser. And while good fundraisers understand the importance of prioritizing relationships over data points, the best fundraisers understand that those two things are not mutually exclusive.

The right fundraising solution is one that arms your development team with the information they need to build strong relationships with supporters and the time-saving automation tools that give them the time to actually do it.

Here are six fundraising software solutions to help take your nonprofit’s fundraising game to the next level.

7. Neon Fundraise

Hey it’s us again! Did you know our fundraising software options extend outside the built-in fundraising tools included in Neon CRM? Neon Fundraise is our dynamic peer-to-peer fundraising solution. Organizations can use it to manage their fundraising efforts efficiently. It includes intuitive features for creating personalized campaigns and peer-to-peer websites, plus gamification capabilities, one-click-donations, virtual events, and built-in payment processing via Neon Pay. Neon Fundraise empowers nonprofits by giving them the tools to support both their fundraisers and their staff members as they build strong communities committed to long-lasting change. Click the button below to learn more about Neon Fundraise!

8. Qgiv

Qgiv is a versatile fundraising platform with a wide range of features designed for nonprofit fundraising success. With Qgiv, organizations can easily create engaging online donation forms, launch peer-to-peer fundraising campaigns, manage event registrations, send text appeals, and hold virtual or in-person auctions. The platform also offers seamless integrations with popular payment processors and robust reporting tools. In early 2024, Qgiv was purchased by Bloomerang, which means that their fundraising solution is now available as an add-on to Blomerang’s CRM. What this means for Qgiv as a standalone product remains to be seen. 

9. Bonterra Guided Fundraising

Formerly known as Network for Good, Bonterra Guided Fundraising is a software solution that’s a solid fit for nonprofits who need some, well, guidance in their fundraising operations. With features like donor database management, branded fundraising pages, email and text communications, and peer-to-peer campaigns—plus add-ons for events, auctions, and fundraising coaches—Bonterra Guided Fundraising aims to simplify the fundraising process for small to mid-sized nonprofits

10. Classy

Classy is a powerful fundraising platform that enables nonprofits to raise funds online. It provides tools for creating customizable donation websites and forms, setting up recurring gifts, and running crowdfunding or peer-to-peer campaigns. In addition to events tools covering ticketing, registration, auctions, and more, Classy also offers integrations with CRM systems for donor management. They do not have any pricing information available online, so you will need to contact them directly for a custom quote. 

11. Double the Donation

Double the Donation is a matching gift database and automation tool that helps nonprofits increase their fundraising revenue through corporate matching gift programs. It provides a searchable database of companies with matching gift programs and offers integrations with donation platforms and CRM systems like Neon CRM. Double the Donation focuses on helping nonprofits leverage matching gifts by simplifying the matching gift process to maximize fundraising impact. 

12. GivingDocs

GivingDocs is a legacy management platform with planned giving tools tailored for nonprofits and individuals alike. With GivingDocs, nonprofits can facilitate planned giving programs, allowing donors to make gifts through wills, trusts, and other estate-planning instruments. Additionally, it offers tools geared for current giving through donor-advised funds, stock gifts, and IRA contributions. The platform offers intuitive features for creating and managing legacy giving campaigns, tracking donor pledges, and generating legal documents. GivingDocs also offers integrations with CRM and donor management systems—including Neon CRM! 

Communications Software

Your supporters want to hear from you. And, unless you’ve got the world’s most complicated tin-can-and-string set up, you’ll need some software to get your message out to them.

Right now, email is the best channel to reach your donors. But there are other ways to reach them as well. In addition to email, the solutions listed in this section cover channels like text messaging, community forums, event invites, and social media. 

Oh—in case you were wondering, all five of these solutions integrate with Neon CRM. 

13. Mailchimp

Mailchimp is a versatile email marketing platform that nonprofits can use to create and send engaging email campaigns to their supporters. Using its drag-and-drop editor and customizable templates, nonprofits using Mailchimp can design newsletters, fundraising appeals, and event invitations with relative ease. Mailchimp also offers robust analytics to track campaign performance and audience engagement, which your nonprofit can use to measure your strategies against standard nonprofit email benchmarks and adjust your approach accordingly. 

14. Constant Contact

Constant Contact is a widely used all-in-one email marketing and communications platform designed to help nonprofits engage with their audience effectively. It provides customizable email templates, automation tools, A/B subject line testing, and contact management features to streamline communication efforts. Constant Contact also offers additional features such as event marketing, social media integration, and limited CRM capabilities, making it a comprehensive solution for nonprofits looking to connect with their supporters across multiple channels.

15. KindKatch

As a community engagement platform, KindKatch’s mission is to foster meaningful connections between nonprofits and their supporters. It offers features such as discussion forums, messaging, and event calendars that your nonprofit can use to facilitate communication within your community. KindKatch’s focus on creating a sense of belonging among supporters makes it a strong solution for nonprofits looking to cultivate a strong community around their cause.

16. Higher Logic

Higher Logic is a community engagement solution that empowers nonprofits to collaborate with their members and supporters online. It provides tools for discussions, knowledge sharing, and event management to facilitate communication and engagement. Higher Logic also offers features such as automated workflows and member segmentation, enabling nonprofits to deliver personalized communication and nurture relationships with their audience.

17. GivBee

GivBee is a text messaging platform that nonprofits can use to communicate with their supporters via SMS. It provides tools for sending targeted messages, collecting donations, and engaging supporters in real-time conversations. GivBee’s interactive texting capabilities make it easy for nonprofits to reach their audience wherever they are, driving engagement and fostering a sense of community around their cause.

Financial Management Software

Bookkeeping is one of those annoying instances where how important something is directly correlated to how boring it is. There’s no changing that. 

But, with the right financial management software at your disposal, you can save yourself time and hassle while leaving minimal room for error. 

The platforms listed in this section provide essential functionalities like accounting, budgeting, donation and grant management, financial reporting, and audit preparation—all tailored to address the unique challenges nonprofits face. 

18. QuickBooks 

Let’s not sit here and pretend that QuickBooks isn’t exceedingly well known. It’s basically the alpha and the omega of accounting software solutions! But did you know that QuickBooks has features specifically tailored for nonprofits, like fund accounting, donation tracking, and grant management? 

Did you also know that Neon CRM is a QuickBooks Solution Provider with an industry-leading integration between the two systems? It’s true! Click the button below to learn more about how Neon CRM and QuickBooks Online can partner with your nonprofit to simplify your bookkeeping and financial management processes. 

19. FreshBooks

FreshBooks is a user-friendly accounting solution designed to simplify financial management for small to midsize nonprofits. With intuitive features for invoicing, expense tracking, and financial reporting, FreshBooks enables nonprofits to streamline administrative tasks, improve cash flow management, and gain insights into their financial health.

20. Xero 

Xero is a cloud-based accounting platform that provides nonprofits with real-time financial insights and customizable reports to support their mission and drive impact effectively. Xero allows organizations to streamline financial processes, automate workflows, and make informed decisions via their seamless integrations with other nonprofit management tools.

21. Wave Financial 

Wave offers free and low-cost accounting software with essential features such as income and expense tracking, invoicing, and receipt scanning. Designed with budget-conscious nonprofits in mind, Wave Financial provides organizations with the tools they need to manage their finances efficiently, track expenses accurately, and maintain financial transparency without breaking the bank.

22. Sage Intacct

This is a comprehensive financial management solution that helps nonprofits streamline complex accounting processes and automate workflows. Sage Intacct’s cloud software comes from nonprofit-specific tools for financial reporting, budgeting, and grant management that your nonprofits can use to improve financial visibility and make data-driven decisions that support your mission.

23. TaxJar

Everybody loves taxes, right? Oh, nobody does? Well, thank goodness TaxJar exists. It’s a leading sales tax automation platform that simplifies sales tax compliance for nonprofits selling goods or services online. TaxJar’s features for automated sales tax calculations, filing, and reporting enable nonprofits to streamline sales tax management across multiple states and jurisdictions, reducing the risk of errors and penalties and ensuring compliance with tax laws. TaxJar integrates with Neon CRM!

24. Cougar Mountain Software

Cougar Mountain Software offers robust accounting and financial management solutions designed specifically for nonprofits. With features for fund accounting, budgeting, and grant management, Cougar Mountain Software can help your organization to manage its finances more efficiently, track expenses more accurately, and comply more closely with reporting requirements. With all of those financial management headaches squared away, you’ll be better able to focus on your mission and the communities you serve. Cougar Mountain Software integrates with Neon CRM!

Volunteer Management Software

For so many nonprofits, their volunteers’ contributions are truly invaluable. That’s why providing these dedicated supporters with effective support and management is so utterly crucial. 

That’s where volunteer management software comes in—a suite of tools designed to streamline the recruitment, scheduling, and engagement of volunteers. These platforms not only enhance operational efficiency; they also elevate the volunteer experience. 

Let’s delve into a selection of standout volunteer management solutions, all of which sport unique features tailored to meet the varying needs of nonprofits of all sizes and missions.

25. VolunteerHub

This robust volunteer management solution simplifies the process of engaging volunteers, from registration to retention. With its intuitive interface, VolunteerHub facilitates the organization of volunteer data, streamlines the scheduling process, and enhances communication. VolunteerHub has features covering volunteer email, text, and social media messaging; fundraising; liability waivers; rewards; landing pages; and a whole lot more. 

26. Volunteer Impact

This volunteer management solution offered by Better Impact comes with a truly comprehensive suite of tools. Volunteer Impact shines with its highly customizable volunteer profiles that allow organizations to tailor their approach to volunteer engagement and its detailed reporting capabilities. Based on customer feedback, it seems like the big drawback with this software is how overwhelming all those comprehensive and customizable features can be for new users or the less tech-savvy. 

27. VolunteerLocal

VolunteerLocal specializes in streamlining the event and volunteer coordination process. It’s a powerful yet easy-to-use management solution that’s all about simplicity and efficiency. Organizations can quickly set up volunteer sign-up forms, manage shifts, and communicate with volunteers without the need for extensive training. VolunteerLocal’s flexibility makes it an excellent choice for nonprofits of all sizes, helping them to focus more on their mission and less on administrative tasks. VolunteerLocal integrates with Neon CRM!


CERVIS stands out by offering a volunteer management platform that emphasizes ease of use and functionality. It caters to nonprofits looking to efficiently manage their volunteer database, track volunteer activity, and generate detailed reports. CERVIS’s strength lies in its volunteer self-service portal, where volunteers can sign up for events, update their profiles, and track their own volunteer hours.

29. SignUpGenius

If you’re going to put “genius” in your name like that, you’re opening yourself up to getting clowned on pretty hard. Well, challenge accepted. SignUpGenius delivers by offering a simple yet effective way to organize volunteer sign-ups, schedules, and communications. This platform is great for nonprofits that organize large events or numerous volunteer opportunities and require a solution that can handle complex scheduling needs with ease while allowing volunteers to sign up online in just a few clicks.

Event Management Software

Nonprofits often host events as a core part of their fundraising, community engagement, and awareness efforts. And while those events often pay off in spades, getting them planned and executed is no easy task! 

The right event management software can make a significant difference in the planning and executing of these events, offering tools that save time, reduce costs, and enhance attendee experiences. 

In this section, we’ll look at some of the most popular event management solutions available to nonprofits and provide a clearer picture of what these platforms offer and where they might fall short.

30. Arts People

It’s us! For a third time! Arts People is an event management and ticketing software solution specifically designed for arts and cultural organizations like theaters, music venues, and dance companies. This niche focus allows Arts People to offer tailored features that support ticket sales, patron management, donations, and membership programs within a single platform. Its specialization in the arts sector also means that the software is adept at handling the complexities of seat selection, season subscriptions, and performance-based fundraising efforts. Want to learn more? Just click the button below! 

31. Eventbrite

Eventbrite is a widely recognized event management platform that caters to a broad spectrum of event types. It simplifies the creation and promotion of events, offering tools for ticket sales, registration, and attendee engagement. Eventbrite’s ease of use and its ability to reach a wide audience makes it an especially good choice if your nonprofit is looking to maximize exposure for its events. Overall, the platform’s reliability and straightforward interface make it a solid option for nonprofits seeking an accessible and efficient tool to manage their events—and it integrates with Neon CRM!

32. Cvent

Cvent is a comprehensive event management platform that serves nonprofits looking to organize both virtual and in-person events. It offers a wide range of features, including event registration, venue selection, and attendee engagement tools. Like with many other solutions, the downside of Cvent’s power and robustness is its complexity (and also its cost). That’s why it’s probably best suited for larger nonprofits that can handle extensive customization and have the resources to leverage the platform fully.

33. Eventzilla

Eventzilla makes its bones on the versatility of its event management system. It simplifies the registration process, provides customizable event pages, and includes tools for marketing and attendee engagement. While it’s more accessible for nonprofits with limited budgets or those needing a straightforward, user-friendly interface, organizations requiring more advanced features or deeper integrations might find Eventzilla’s capabilities a bit limited.

34. Ticket Tailor

Ticket Tailor offers a cost-effective, easy-to-use approach to event ticketing and registration. It stands out for its affordability, with low per-ticket fees and the ability to pass those on to event attendees, making it an attractive option for budget-conscious nonprofits. Ticket Tailor includes basic customization options and integrations with popular payment gateways. While it excels in simplicity and cost efficiency, it may not offer the breadth of features or the level of customization that larger events usually require. 

35. Bizzabo

Bizzabo is known for its focus on corporate and large-scale events, offering a platform that encompasses event planning, marketing, and analytics. Its comprehensive feature set supports a wide range of event types, including conferences and fundraisers. Bizzabo emphasizes the importance of attendee engagement and networking, incorporating advanced tools like personalized agendas and matchmaking. However, the platform’s pricing and complexity may not align with the needs of smaller nonprofits or those hosting simple events.

36, ClickBid

ClickBid specializes in mobile bidding and auction software, making it a superb choice for nonprofits that frequently organize auctions and fundraising events. One of the strengths of Clickbid is its wide range of features covering in-person auctions, online auctions, and hybrid auctions. It offers features designed to enhance donor engagement and simplify the auction process, including easy item listing, bidding, and payment collection. ClickBid also integrates with Neon CRM! 

Wealth Prospecting

While it makes a lot of people in the nonprofit sphere uneasy to talk about it, identifying and engaging potentially major (i.e. wealthy) donors is a critical aspect of nonprofit fundraising. 

With the right software, your nonprofit can leverage data and analytics to streamline your prospecting efforts, saving time and increasing fundraising effectiveness. 

Here are four wealth prospecting software solutions tailored for nonprofits, each offering unique features to enhance donor research and engagement.

37. Donor Search

Donor Search is a comprehensive wealth screening and prospect research tool that aids nonprofits in identifying potential donors with the capacity and inclination to give. It aggregates data from multiple sources to provide insights into donors’ philanthropic history, wealth indicators, and interests. Donor Search is suited for organizations of all sizes looking to deepen their prospect research and enhance their fundraising strategy.

38. Windfall Data

Windfall Data focuses on providing nonprofits with accurate, up-to-date wealth information, helping them identify individuals with a large giving capacity who are likely to make significant donations. By using data science and proprietary algorithms, Windfall Data offers insights into the net worth of potential donors, enabling targeted engagement strategies. Its precision and emphasis on high-net-worth individuals make it a powerful tool for nonprofits aiming to maximize their fundraising from major gifts. 

39. Fundraising KIT

Fundraising KIT leverages artificial intelligence to offer predictive analytics and actionable insights for nonprofits. This platform analyzes an organization’s donor data to identify patterns and predict future giving behavior, helping to prioritize outreach efforts and customize fundraising campaigns. Fundraising KIT’s user-friendly interface and actionable insights make it accessible for nonprofits with varying levels of technical expertise.

40. iWave

iWave is a versatile prospect research and wealth screening platform that combines philanthropic, biographic, and financial data to help nonprofits identify and prioritize potential donors. It offers customizable scoring systems to rank prospects based on their capacity to give and their affinity to an organization’s cause. iWave’s comprehensive database and integration capabilities make it a valuable tool for nonprofits seeking to enhance their prospecting with detailed, actionable intelligence. 

Database Management

Like bookkeeping, database management is another bone-dry subject that is absolutely crucial to your organization’s success. Effective database management will allow you to maintain donor relationships, track fundraising efforts, and streamline operations. 

When it comes to finding the right database management solution for your nonprofit, the choice will largely depend on your organization’s specific needs, budget, and existing technological ecosystem.

With that in mind, let’s delve into a selection of database management tools that nonprofits can use to manage their data more effectively. All three solutions mentioned here integrate with Neon CRM!

41. TrueGivers

TrueGivers is tailored specifically for nonprofit organizations, offering a database management solution that focuses on donor data cleanliness and enrichment. It automatically updates and enhances donor records with demographic information, donation history, and real-time USPS address verification. This ensures that nonprofits can access accurate and comprehensive data for more effective communication and stewardship strategies. 

42. Zapier

Zapier stands out as a versatile tool that enables nonprofits to automate workflows between their database and over 6,000 other web services. It’s not a database management tool in the traditional sense but rather a powerful integrator that streamlines data transfer and automates tasks across different platforms. Zapier can significantly reduce manual data entry and improve operational efficiency by connecting various applications. Nonprofits looking to simplify complex workflows will find Zapier invaluable, although it works best when complemented by a solid database or CRM system.

43. RedArc

RedArc provides a more specialized approach to database management, focusing on custom solutions catering to each nonprofit’s unique needs. It offers a range of services from database design and implementation to training and support, ensuring that nonprofits not only have a system in place but also know how to use it effectively. RedArc’s strength lies in its bespoke solutions and personalized service, making it ideal for nonprofits with specific requirements that off-the-shelf software cannot meet. 

Project Management Software

Three things that are always at a premium for any nonprofit: time, energy, and bandwidth. So as your organization looks to improve your operations and get major initiatives off the ground, program and task management software can be a godsend. 

The right tool can transform how your nonprofit plans projects, tracks progress, and meets its objectives, ultimately improving efficiency and effectiveness. 

This section explores a range of project management solutions with a wide array of features to facilitate project planning, execution, and communication, catering to different organizational sizes and project complexities.

One thing you’ll notice across this section: project management is a process that requires comfort with complexity. Five people’s workflows moving in and out of one another over the course of a single project is going to make anyone’s head start to spin. 

Don’t be too afraid of a project or task management tool with a complex feature set. That’s the nature of the beast. Just dive in and find a way to use it that works for you.

44. Trello

Trello utilizes a visually intuitive, card-based system that makes project management accessible and straightforward. Its flexibility allows nonprofits to organize tasks, track project progress, and manage workflows with ease. Users can customize boards, lists, and cards to fit their project’s specific requirements, making Trello suitable for a wide range of activities, from event planning to volunteer coordination. While Trello’s simplicity is one of its greatest strengths, it lacks some of the advanced features and integrations available in more comprehensive tools.

45. Asana

Asana stands out for its balance of simplicity and powerful project management features, making it a popular choice for nonprofits of various sizes. It offers a clear overview of projects with tasks, subtasks, deadlines, and assignees, facilitating effective team collaboration and accountability. While Asana’s customizable workflows and integration capabilities support a wide array of nonprofit projects and operational needs, its extensive feature set may require a learning curve for new users.

46. is known for its highly customizable interface and robust project management features that cater to both simple and complex project needs. Nonprofits can benefit from its wide range of templates, visual project tracking, collaborative tools, integration options, and automation rules, which streamline project planning and execution. While it offers extensive customization and scalability, the platform’s pricing model and feature density might pose challenges for smaller nonprofits or those with limited budgets.

47. Wrike

Wrike is a comprehensive project management solution designed for teams seeking advanced project planning and collaboration tools. It features detailed project scheduling, time tracking, and real-time updates, which are particularly useful for managing multiple concurrent projects. Its extensive functionality and adaptability make it a strong option for larger nonprofits with complex projects, though smaller teams may find it more feature-rich than necessary.

48. Basecamp

Basecamp offers a user-friendly project management solution that focuses on simplifying communication, task management, and file sharing. It’s designed to keep project information centralized and accessible, reducing the need for lengthy email threads and meetings. While its straightforward approach is highly effective for managing day-to-day projects and team collaboration, organizations in need of detailed project tracking or reporting might find its features somewhat limited.

Collaboration Software

In the modern workforce, communication and collaboration software are mission-critical to ensuring teams stay connected and work efficiently towards common goals. 

These tools enable seamless interaction, file sharing, project coordination, and virtual meetings, breaking down geographical barriers and fostering a collaborative culture. 

This section will explore a variety of communication and collaboration solutions tailored to meet the needs of nonprofits.

49. Slack

Slack stands out as a popular and highly flexible communication tool that facilitates instant messaging, file sharing, and integration. Its organized channel structure allows your nonprofit to categorize conversations by project, team, or topic, ensuring that discussions remain focused and information is easily accessible. Slack’s real-time communication capabilities make it ideal for dynamic teams looking for an informal yet efficient way to collaborate. Oh, and the /giphy feature—it lets you type in text, select a corresponding .gif, and pop it into your chat—absolutely rules.

50. Zoom

If you have never heard of Zoom, you have either been living in a cave for the past five years or you have been living in a different, separate cave. Since the onset of the pandemic, Zoom has become synonymous with virtual meetings, offering robust video conferencing features that include screen sharing, breakout rooms, and webinar capabilities. Zoom’s ease of use and reliable performance ensure that participants can join meetings from anywhere, fostering inclusivity and flexibility. While Zoom excels in video conferencing, it’s a standalone solution, which makes it more expensive than video solutions that are integrated into larger product suites (like our next two entries). 

51. Microsoft Teams

Microsoft Teams is a comprehensive communication and collaboration platform that integrates seamlessly with the Microsoft Office suite, making it a strong contender for nonprofits already utilizing Microsoft products. It offers chat, video conferencing, file storage, and collaboration on documents, presentations, and spreadsheets within a single interface. Teams’ deep integration with Microsoft’s ecosystem allows for a streamlined workflow, especially for document-centric projects. However, organizations not heavily invested in the Microsoft ecosystem may find Teams less compelling. RIP Clippy. 

52. Google Workspace

Google Workspace (formerly G Suite) provides a broad set of productivity and collaboration tools, including email (Gmail), document creation and editing (Docs, Sheets, Slides), cloud storage (Drive), and video conferencing (Google Meet). Its real-time editing and commenting capabilities make it an excellent tool for collaborative work on documents and projects. Google Workspace’s appeal lies in its simplicity, affordability, and integration across tools, ideal for nonprofits looking for an all-in-one solution. 

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Phew! That’s a lot of software solutions. But which ones work best for you? We don’t know! Finding the right tech tools for your nonprofit is going to be a matter of careful consideration, diligent research, and a commitment to making the technology work. We wish you luck on your journey.

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