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Platform 51, a charity which supports women and girls across the country, has acquired Exchequer charity accounting software. Since 1855 the charity has run programmes in its UK centres, providing an outlet for women to challenge discrimination. The charity wanted to gain control of its funds and budgets.
IRIS Exchequer’s charity finance software is used widely across the charitable sector, supporting around 1,500 not-for-profit organisations. It aims to provide an insight into where a charity’s projects are most profitable to boost fundraising strategies, working with their existing CRM, fundraising and membership solutions.
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