From Wild Apricot: 200+ Free or Inexpensive Technology Tools for Nonprofits, by Category

This is an excellent, curated list of many useful tech tools for nonprofits created by Wild Apricot.   Most of the tools offer a free trial or free basic account, and many have special discounts off of regular pricing for nonprofits.

Wild Apricot curated a list of 200+ tech tools for nonprofits that are free or inexpensive options.

Whenever you are exploring new technology options for your nonprofit, be sure to check the provider’s website or even send an email to ask if they offer discounts for nonprofits.

Always keep in mind diversity, equity, and inclusion when selecting vendors or partners of any kind. Strive to partner with organizations and consultants who have a variety of lived experiences that bring value to your project.

Discounts of software and hardware are also available for nonprofits that sign up with TechSoup.

Tools by Category:

(tools are listed alphabetically)

  1. Accounting, Invoicing, Billing Tools
  2. Discussion Forums, Online Community Tools
  3. Events Management, Registration, Scheduling Tools
  4. Fundraising Software, Online Payments, Donor Management Tools
  5. Mailing List Management, Email Marketing, Newsletters
  6. Meeting Management, Conferencing, Webinar Tools
  7. Membership Management, Contact Management (CRM) Tools
  8. Presentation, Video, and other Multimedia Tools
  9. Project Management, Document Editing, Sharing, Collaboration Tools
  10. SMS Text Marketing Tools
  11. Social Media Tools
  12. Time-Tracking Tools
  13. Volunteer Management Tools
  14. Website Analytics, Data Collection, Tracking Tools
  15. Website Builders, Blogs, Content Management (CMS) Tools
  16. All-In-One Solutions for NonProfits

Technology is meant to help free up human time so you can get more of your nonprofit’s important work done. Some of these tools might help!

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