Free Tools Your Nonprofit Should Be Using

Free Tools Your Nonprofit Should Be Using

We know nonprofits need to save money where they can, so we pulled together a list of free and valuable resources to help you with fundraising, project management, and marketing!

1) Givebox

Well, you didn’t think we would create this list and not include the best tool of all, did you? Givebox provides payment processing and fundraising tools (donation forms, events + ticketing, in-person credit card scanner, memberships, email blasts, peer-to-peer, and more) in one platform with no platform fees, subscription fees, or contracts.

2) Canva

Graphic design made easy with drag and drop designing and a variety of templates. While there is a free version available for all, Canva Premium is available at no cost to nonprofits. Learn more and register here.

3) G Suite

Email, calendar, document collaboration, surveys, spreadsheets, cloud storage, and more! G Suite for Nonprofits provides everything you need for professional email and team collaboration! Check out the free and discounted nonprofit plans here.

4) Slack

The chat-style communication platform that makes project management, communication, and organization simpler! Learn more about how Slack works with nonprofits here.

5) Trello

A project management tool that utilizes intuitive technology to help teams work more efficiently by providing organization and workflow. Trello has a free option and offers a 75% discount for nonprofits looking to upgrade their account. Learn more here.

6) Later

Schedule your social media posts ahead of time with Later. Later offers a free account for one user and offers upgraded accounts to nonprofits at a 50% discount. In addition, nonprofits fighting racism are eligible for a 100% discount on the Later premium plan. Learn more here.

7) Unsplash

Make marketing easier with free stock photos. Great for when you need the perfect high res photo and don’t have the budget to hire a photographer or purchase stock images.

8) Mailchimp

Send your newsletter and other emails to 2000 or fewer subscribers with Mailchimp’s free email plan. They also offer their upgraded plans at a 15% discount for nonprofits; read more about the discount here.

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