Tech fundraising tools for free


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All fundraising requires technology skills and tools, even the simplest of face-to-face fundraising requests. Digital comms, CRM, digital design, data analytics, giving platforms, online learning platforms for fundraisers and more. But are any of these available for free? Here is a list of UK fundraisers

  1. BENCHMARK SOFTWARE LIMITED – of the company Free software for charities Approach offers its accounts, payroll, CRM and knowledge management packages “completely free to registered charities, churches, clubs and not-for-profit organisations”.

    “There are no holds barred – full versions of our software are free for charities and NPOs with no restrictions or reduced functionality,” the company said. Software support is available for just £10 per month.

  2. Charity digital exchangefrom Charity Digitalis part of the global. TechSoup Motivation. It offers donated and deeply discounted software from major brands including Adobe, Microsoft, Zoom, Autodesk, Amazon, Cisco and Avast.
  3. Canva – An ever-expanding visual design tool, which already includes some of the latest generative AI functions such as text-to-image, is available as a full premium version to qualifying charities. Many charities use it for all or most of their visual design functions. one Canva is a non-profit Account gives your colleagues access to up to 50 personal accounts. There is a whole collection. Non-profit resources To use the device more.
  4. Donor – Provides a free version of the CRM solution for charities; Donor essentialsFor charities with fewer than 500 constituents (people, organizations). Users can upgrade to Donorfy Professional whenever they want.
  5. For Impact CIC editors – a social enterprise that connects small NGOs and charities with “passionate, creative volunteers who can spend time on content creation to focus on impact”. For influencers Production of videos, audio and graphics.
  6. Facebook – Meta Workplace for good “Workplace Core provides a free way for nonprofits to connect their people and communities.”
  7. with Google is a non-profit google “Eligible organizations will be offered Google products and offers that help solve the challenges nonprofits face: finding new donors and volunteers, operating efficiently, and motivating supporters to take action.”
  8. Just giving – Fundraising platform Giving Checkout Donate link/button/cta is a free direct donation link for charities that want to offer it on their platforms.
  9. Melchimp – Email marketing platform offers a Free versionAlthough not for charities, it offers 1,000 monthly messages, and only one audience or class. It previously offered a limited free package to charities with fewer than 2,000 email subscribers and other restrictions, but that now 15% discount For certified and qualified non-profit organizations.


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More free technology tools

There are many other tools useful for fundraisers and charities that don’t charge anyone to use them. To name a few:

Pexels And pull out – Two free stock image tools. Always read the terms of any site that offers free content to make sure you’re using them correctly.

Tableau Public It is a powerful data visualization tool. If you use the free version, you should be aware that what you create with it is public.

More free technology resources

Browse our range of tech resources for UK charities – from training, funding, donated hardware, website hosting and its own free AI-based tools Charity excellence.

Kind Direct Also provide range Products provided by work and office For charities that join their plan.

Additional facilities?

We’re happy to add relevant resources to this list, but we didn’t aim for it to be comprehensive, and we’re focusing on free tech tools and resources specific to the UK and Ireland, not international. We are not listing products that offer a limited time free trial.


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