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If you’re a nonprofit looking to consolidate all of your software into one platform that has everything you need to run a successful charity – Springly, may be the software for you. It’s an all-in-one membership platform that aids nonprofit organizations with tools and features dedicated to accounting, donations, email automation and event management.

In Use:

Springly claims that they can save a nonprofit time on daily management, diversify a nonprofit’s revenue source, and provide 24/7 support. With the Serenity membership of $25 per month for up to 100 users - a charity has access to features that enables them to run their charity without ever having to leave the Springly platform. The software offers prospective users a free demo and a free subscription that allows users to collect payments with no transaction fees and full on-line support.

The website and communications feature enables a charity to create and customize a website; send targeted messages, and report on both website and email analytics.  With the fundraising module, a nonprofit can set up fundraising campaigns and an online store- managing stock and sending invoices with a few clicks.  The accounting feature allows nonprofits to see how much they’ve sold and manage donations. They can do it right on Springly’s dashboard or take advantage of their QuickBooks integration. These features roll into Springly’s CRM platform where a nonprofit can manage both their donors and volunteers.

Furthermore, the event module allows nonprofit organizations to create a registration landing page where registrants can purchase tickets without having to leave the site. The registrant will receive a ticket with a QR code that the nonprofit can scan on the day of the event. Other benefits to the event module include; tracking who has purchased a ticket, payment collection, reporting and analytics, and integration into the CRM module.

Technology Needed:

Springly is available as a cloud-based app, but also has on-prem hardware that is compatible with both Mac, Windows, and Chromebook devices. 

While they noted the QuickBooks integrations on their website – I couldn’t find any other integrations. While that doesn’t necessarily mean they don’t have any other integrations – it just wasn’t noted on their website.

Ease of Use:

One point that a majority of Springly customers can agree on is that it’s easy to use. Based on the reviews – it’s clear to see the features that Springly offers are robust – but were created in with ease-of-use in mind. Many reviews noted that Springly saved their users both time and money.

When it comes to customer service – Springly boasts 24/7 support. A user can access help through email, phone, or chat modules. When it comes to training - the nonprofit software offers in-person training, webinars, videos, and documentation that a user can take advantage of.

Recap:

If you’re looking for an all-in-one software for your nonprofit – Springly offers numerous benefits and features aimed at small to medium nonprofits. The easy-to-use feature helps a nonprofit save time and money by having everything they need within the platform. Subscriptions start at $0 (with limited benefits) while their $25 per month subscription includes the capability to collect payments, manage contacts, and customize a website and email template.

Advantages:

  • Many users appreciate that the software is easy-to-use
  • Saves users both time and money by utilizing the different modules within the software
  • Only $25 per month for up to 100 users – enabling small and medium nonprofits to benefit from the platform
  • 24/7 support which is great for users who hold events at night or on weekends
  • Offers a free demo so you can see the software in action

Disadvantages:

  • Limited integrations
  • Limited customization
  • Some modules are better than others – which can be common in an all-in-one software like Springly

My Opinion:

There are enough glowing reviews to know that Springly is special. And for $25 per month, it’s a steal for small to medium nonprofits.

I would like to see Springly offer more integrations and more customization when it comes to websites and communications – but overall, it is packed with features and tools that nonprofits can utilize to efficiently fundraise and communicate with donors and volunteers.

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Danielle Loughnane

Danielle Loughnane earned her B.F.A. in Creative Writing from Emerson College and has currently been working in the data science field since 2015. She is the author of a comic book entitled, “The Superhighs” and wrote a blog from 2011-2015 about working in the restaurant industry called, "Sir I Think You've Had Too Much.” In her spare time she likes reading graphic novels and snuggling with her dogs.

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