Funraise Premieres Free Nonprofit-First Fundraising Tech

November 23, 2020
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Funraise, a premier nonprofit online fundraising platform, announced it would make its platform’s core features available for free to nonprofits through their new “Funraise Free” plan. Boasting essentials such as Transactions, Supporters, Custom Questions, a CRM, and Donation Forms, the introduction of Funraise Free means nonprofits who have operated without the help of fundraising technology can now benefit from the infrastructure of an online fundraising platform.

Funraise Free is designed for smaller nonprofits who may not have the budget or need for Funraise’s full software suite, which meets every requirement for larger nonprofits' fundraising operations. Offering the digital infrastructure that today’s nonprofits depend upon, Funraise Free gives nonprofits of all sizes the ability to grow, fundraise, and help their communities without going over budget. Funraise Free features paid add-ons, with integrations like Salesforce, Mailchimp, Constant Contact, Double the Donation, and more.

“We decided to offer a free plan because we believe every nonprofit, no matter their size or budget, deserves to have access to the technology they need to succeed,” said Justin Wheeler, Funraise CEO and Co-founder. “Funraise Free has all the essentials nonprofits need to grow—and when they’re ready for the full suite, we’ll be here to help them.”

Never ones to leave their loyal customers behind, Funraise also rolled out two new tools to make their already-intuitive platform even more universally useful: Giving Pages, customizable, easily-shareable donation pages, and a Campaign Site editor, which takes the simplest donation experience process in the world from easy to effortless.

Funraise is a nonprofit-first online fundraising platform combining an unparalleled fundraising infrastructure with best-in-class CRM tools. Built by former nonprofit staffers for future nonprofit staffers, Funraise's platform was developed with an inherent understanding of what nonprofits actually need to succeed.

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