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List Of The Best Donation Management Software

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Zoho Creator
by Zoho
Manage details of your non-profit's donors. Classify them by interests, run fundraiser campaigns, and track overall donations. Customize this app for the web, Android, iPhone, and iPad. Try for free! Learn more about Zoho Creator

by Nuverb Systems
"Save time and get more done, with fewer headaches." Easily keep track of your donors, donations and pledges - starts at $47.98 (one-time cost, no monthly fees; no accounting or payroll) Record source/motivation codes for each donation. Send out personalized letters, emails and text messages for fundraising. Issue yearly tax receipts or one with each donation. Print receipts or send them by email as encrypted PDFs. Share data like web-based software without the monthly fee. PC or Mac. Learn more about Donarius

Donor Tools
by Higher Pixels
Donor Tools is donor management software for non-profits and churches. Donor Tools is simple, affordable, and online. Learn more about Donor Tools

by Doxess
ClubRunner enables your group to build their web presence, improve membership collaboration, automate administration and more. Learn more about ClubRunner

Successfully manage the donor relationship lifecycle in order to maximize campaign revenues and minimize FEC compliance risks. Learn more about Crimson

Donna Interactive Suite
Non-profit management tools all in one. Learn more about Donna Interactive Suite

Donor Manager
by Canborough Computer Systems
A software tool for independent schools & charitable organizations to deal with donation tracking & tax receipt printing needs. Learn more about Donor Manager

A donation management solution helping nonprofits track donors and campaigns to grow their organization by keeping organized. Learn more about Donor-Soft


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