How Nonprofits Benefit from Salesforce

hum.jpgSalesforce.org provides nonprofit organizations with 10 free licenses to its CRM (Constituent Relationship Management) cloud-base software. They'll even provide nonprofits with a "Nonprofit Starter Pack" which is a CRM template built specifically for nonprofits to use. Below are three immediate benefits Salesforce can provide to your nonprofit.  

Simplify Routine Tasks

If you ask nonprofit's what they think of their current technology solutions, the speak of outdated, complicated, and slow systems. That’s not the case when they use Salesforce, 76% of nonprofits  surveyed by Cloud 4 Good, said that doing their work is easier since making the switch.

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Salesforce Helps You Achieve Goals

Nonprofits surveyed by Cloud for Good showed a 40% growth in their constituent reach. When it came to direct fundraising, there was a 10% boost in donation volume leading to a 20% rise in total revenue. That’s the kind of impact that makes changing a fundraising solution very worthwhile!

We suggest reading: 10 Ways Salesforce can Increase Your Nonprofits Mission.

"Salesforce for Nonprofits is the set of end-to-end solutions any nonprofit needs to become a connected nonprofit. Built for the social and mobile era, Salesforce for Nonprofits will connect your entire nonprofit— your partners, supporters, employees, and programs— so you can, deliver better programs and services, engage and strengthen your community, communicate more effectively, and raise more resources."-Salesforce.org

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Topics: Salesforce for nonprofits, CRM, nonprofits, nonprofit

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