Nonprofit Tech Club Minnesota (Minneapolis, MN) is part of NTEN’s Nonprofit Tech Club program.
The right donor management system can make or break the success of a nonprofit’s fundraising efforts. Is your current database serving your organization’s needs? Could you get more from your current solution, or is it time to review other options? Maybe you’re investigating a database for an organization that’s just getting started.
Regardless of where you’re at in the donor management system selection journey, this program can help you stay on top of what’s out there, as well as inform you of what questions you should be asking potential solution providers. We’re very fortunate to have Karen Graham, database expert and Executive Director of Idealware, in this FREE interactive exploration of the current landscape of low-cost solutions.
At this program, you will:
- Leave with a short list of products that are out there that are worth investigating further.
- Find guidance evaluating potential tools according to what your top priorities are (ease of use, price, integration, etc.)
- Share and learn from other experiences and the research of fellow nonprofit professionals.
- Learn best practices for evaluating your organization’s database needs, products, and implementation.
- Enjoy some donuts, and meet fellow nonprofits who are grappling with similar challenges!
About the speaker:
Again, we are THRILLED to have Karen Graham joining us for this free MSP Tech Club event! Karen is a sought-after speaker, trainer, writer, and consultant with expertise in technology leadership and innovation, nonprofit software, and digital strategy. As Idealware’s Executive Director she leads a team of researchers, presenters, and writers who create technology information resources designed to help nonprofit leaders put their vision into action. Her past experience includes leading the technology consulting services and nonprofit technology learning and networking programs at MAP for Nonprofits, helping to build the nonprofit CRM/database solution provider thedatabank from a startup to a thriving software company, and various roles in arts and human services organizations. She holds an MBA in Nonprofit Management from the University of St. Thomas.