Victim Support, the independent charity for victims and witnesses of crime in England and Wales, has chosen Advanced NFP’s Donor Strategy CRM and fundraising system to streamline its fundraising and grant management activity.
The charity initially began looking for a more flexible solution to handle its growing administrative functions but also wanted to look at new ways of fundraising and managing the grant applications process.
Gaynor McKeown, Director of Development, Victim Support said: “We chose Donor Strategy from Advanced NFP because we believed it would be able to fulfill our increasing fundraising and grant management requirements. As a charity, we are constantly seeking new ways of engaging more closely with existing and new stakeholders to achieve our annual fundraising goals.”
Simon Fowler, Managing Director of Advanced Business Solutions said: “Charities are looking for ways to streamline the administrative burdens that come with fundraising and grant management activities. Donor Strategy is designed with this in mind and includes specific functionality for the administrative needs of these organisations.”
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