Donor Management Overview [data sheet]

The way nonprofit organizations connect with their donors is changing. The one donor - one transaction days are behind us and now more than ever, building a strong donor relationship is a must for successful nonprofit organizations.

To track these relationships, Click & Pledge has joined forces with the Salesforce Foundation to bring nonprofits the most powerful Constituent Relationship Management Solution available. Combining the power of with the Click & Pledge Donor Management application empowers organizations to connect with their donors in new ways. This “real-time”, payment driven application posts all donor and transaction information in one central location making easy to track donors and build relationships.

Donor Management Software Integration

Salesforce Foundation Grant

Did you know that registered 501c3 nonprofit organization get 10 Salesforce User licenses for free? Learn more about this amazing offer available through the Salesforce Foundation. Click Here

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From creating email templates and setting up autoresponder rules to batch processing and card swipe capabilities, Donor Management is a multifunctional payment application that makes donation tracking easy. More features include reporting, virtual terminal features, batch processing and more. Donor Management Features.

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How much is it?

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How much is it?

Salesforce Foundation donates 10 Enterprise Edition licenses to qualified organization. Check the Foundation's website for eligibility requirements.

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Online Manual & Help

Click & Pledge online manual and forum provide a comprehensive set of resources and knowledgebase articles to help with development, deployment and customization of all products. Check the following resources:

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