Organizer’s Collaborative

Posted: April 25, 2011 in Databases, Social Justice Causes, Training
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Another of my favorite website’s that are advancing technology and its use for social change is the Organizer’s Collaborative, a Boston-based group that provides technology, tools and training, especially focusing on open-source and low-cost technology. They have a fantastic blog on their website and are engaged in several projects making technology available to grassroots organizations to increase their capacity.

Organizers Database

One of the projects that the Organizer’s Collaborative sponsors is the Organizers Database. For the small to medium nonprofit, it is very effective fundraising software. It’s free to download, runs on Windows and is easy to use. It manages emails and addresses, generates labels, prints thank you letters and incorporates custom codes to target your appeals. The website also includes an active Forum and Organizer’s Collaborative also offers very low cost support if you are a very inexperienced user of these kinds of databases.

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