Free Nonprofit Software Tools

15 Free Nonprofit Software Tools to Help Grow Your Organization


As a social enterprise offering our solutions for free, for nonprofits, we also have found so many other mission aligned companies offering complimentary nonprofit software tools. We recognize now more than ever, nonprofits need to find ways to cut costs but still get access to great tools and services. Check out our list of free nonprofit software tools to help grow your organization. Most of these tools we use here at Charity Charge, so we have vetted them for you to save you more time.

Mailchimp | Mailchimp offers a free tier for an all-in-one marketing platform dedicated to helping you grow your business. On their free tier, nonprofits can send up to 12,000 emails to up to 2,000 subscribers a month.

Donately | Donately is a cloud-based fundraising tool for small to midsize nonprofit organizations of all types. It offers customizable donation forms, peer-to-peer fundraising pages, reporting tools, and a mobile-friendly interface.

GoFundMe Charity | GoFundMe Charity is a subscription-free fundraising platform with powerful tools to make fundraising easy for charities.

Bonfire | Bonfire is a t-shirt fundraising platform with a built-in fundraising option. The platform is easy for individuals as well as small nonprofits to use

Canva | Canva is a graphic design platform that allows users to create social media graphics, presentations, posters, and other visual content. It is a free and easy way to make signage regarding COVID and Health Habits. A number of templates have been designed to help you create and share well-informed health and safety announcements from the World Health Organization (WHO).

Unsplash | Unsplash is a photo discovery platform for free to use, high-definition photos. it is a fantastic site to source professional, high-quality pictures for all your marketing and fundraising needs.

Quire | Quire is a project management tool that allows users to easily plan and organize tasks easily in a tree-like structure, where goals are achieved by breaking ideas down into doable tasks that are nested in a hierarchical list. Quire is currently lifting the quota limits for nonprofits and Educational institutions’ accounts and offers free demo sessions for any business during the COVID-19 pandemic.

CauseVox | CauseVox is a digital fundraising application that enables fundraisers and marketers in the nonprofit industry to collect online and offline donations.

Vidyard | Vidyard is an online video platform for business that allows you to increase leads, accelerate your pipeline and delight your customers. This hosting platform allows you to easily create and send personalized videos via email to your donors or anyone else you want to reach out to.

FreeConferenceCall | FreeConferenceCall allows for free video conference calls with up to 1,000 participants. The screen sharing, recording and chat capabilities through these calls can be a great free tool for conducting webinars for your nonprofit.

UberConference | UberConference offers a free conferencing system for up to 10 participants. This conference calling tool allows the callers to see the avatar of the participants on both mobile browsers and desktops.

Snowball Fundraising | Snowball is a digital fundraising platform with secure giving tools and simplified crowdfunding functionalities. It lets you tap your supporters to provide and pledge gifts by themselves and encourage them to inspire the people in their network to fund your cause as well.

G-Suite | G Suite for Nonprofits provides nonprofits with free access to G Suite Basic (Gmail, Docs, Calendar, and Hangouts Meet). It gives you a professional email, online storage, shared calendars, video meetings, instant messaging and more. It also includes Google Drive, which allows you to share, edit and leave comments or feedback within documents, spreadsheets, presentations, and other files.

Google Analytics | Google Analytics is a web analytics service offered by Google that tracks and reports website traffic. It helps you need to better understand your customers and you can then use those business insights to take action and make improvements.

Google Alerts | Google Alerts is a content change detection and notification service, offered by the search engine company Google. The service sends emails to the user when it finds new results—such as web pages, newspaper articles, blogs, or scientific research—that match the user’s search term.
Abby Pesek

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