DonorPerfect Online (DPO), a top-rated fundraising software solution as noted by independent organisations N-TEN and Idealware, is now available in the UK as a donated service through tt-exchange, the UK’s only technology donation programme.
“We are very proud to partner with Technology Trust through the TechSoup Global Network,” said Jon Biedermann, Vice President for SofterWare, developer of DonorPerfect. “Together, we’ll enable not-for-profits with less than £200,000 of revenue to use our top-rated web-based fundraising solution – DonorPerfect Online – as a donated service through Technology Trust’s tt-exchange donation programme.
This offer includes product updates and access to our recorded webinars. Charities with revenue over £200,000 and less than £800,000 still qualify for a 10% discount on a 1-year subscription to DPO, plus 10% off any support plan for one year.”
“We are excited to help SofterWare extend its successful U.S. donation programme on TechSoup to two additional countries, Canada and the UK,” commented Gayle Samuelson Carpentier, Chief Business Development Officer, TechSoup. “Thanks to our long-time TechSoup Global Network partner Technology Trust, qualified UK charities now have access to a donor management tool that is very popular in the US.”
Doug Schoenberg, CEO of SofterWare, noted “In this economy, nonprofits have to work harder to raise needed funds, and we know that having the right tools is essential to fundraising success. With so many smaller nonprofits struggling with spreadsheets and general purpose databases, we felt it was important to make this donation to provide the benefits of professional fundraising and donor development tools to those who could least afford it. We’re delighted to be working with Technology Trust to make this great opportunity available in the UK.”
Richard Craig, CEO of Technology Trust, said: “We’re delighted that DonorPerfect have joined the donation programme in the UK because their solution fits a real need in the sector. They’ve been running a successful platform in the US for some time and so it’s great to see that now, UK charities can benefit too.”
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