Updated: Aug 17, 2022
Happy New Year! January is a time for fresh starts and resolutions to work smarter, not harder. When it comes to your nonprofit’s technology, ask yourself these questions:
Does our social media captivate and engage our audience?
Does our website support our fundraising goals?
Do we use the full functionality of our database?
If your answer to any of these questions is “I Don’t Know” or even “No” then we can help.
Introducing – the Tech Audit!
The Tech Audit helps small-to-medium nonprofits assess their organization’s tech capabilities based on 150 data points. We cover three essential areas: Social Media, Website, and Database. You’ll get a detailed report showing where you’re top of the class, and a list of action steps where you could do even better.
Social Media: We’ll evaluate whether your nonprofit is using social media to its fullest potential.
Website: We’ll evaluate your nonprofit’s website (especially the Donate Page) for ease of navigation, clarity, and ability to engage visitors.
Database: We’ll evaluate your database’s structure, functionality, and completeness, as well as your team’s ability to maximize this critical resource.
A Tech Audit can be useful any time of the year, particularly:
Before you start a capital campaign
When you hire a new Development Director
When creating your next budget
We’re constantly updating the Tech Audit to reflect the latest trends. To learn more, contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org