Non-profits are accountable for a variety of projects that aim to make the world a better place. This includes attracting sponsors and donors in the form of campaigns and events, dealing with accounting and tax-paying tasks and more. Managing so many projects and managing all volunteers involved can be extremely challenging.
Software for management of nonprofits can assist in reducing and automating some of the processes. This makes it easier to manage the various aspects of your organization and increase its impact on society.
Certain management tools specifically designed for nonprofits like Wrike and Freedcamp include built-in features to simplify the process of budget planning, online fundraising and grant applications. These tools allow you to communicate with your team and volunteers more effectively.
Additionally, many of these solutions offer performance review software to manage employee and volunteer performance. You can set goals, create OKRs and send email messages of appreciation to your employees and volunteers. This can help you cut the time and energy required to conduct reviews of performance by 80percent, while also increasing efficiency and transparency within your organization.
Other features of management software for non-profit organizations include tools for planning projects to create and manage workflows, project timelines, and a central dashboard that displays all of the information needed in one glance. Some of these tools also provide org charts and collaboration tools that can help you create an unambiguous and clear structure within your organization. ClickUp is an example of a tool that gives you an overview of your teams, their tasks, and their goals with the use of lists, calendars and mind maps.