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Edition 11: CRM Systems, Social Media Monitoring, Healthcare Innovation

Welcome to our latest nonprofit newsletter! In this issue, we'll explore the importance of a CRM system for NGOs, showcase the best social media analytics tools, and highlight an inspiring nonprofit case study. We'll also cover the latest news on grants for nonprofits. We hope you find these articles informative and inspiring as we continue to feature stories of nonprofits positively impacting the world.

Why is a CRM System Important for NGOs?

A CRM system can greatly benefit NGOs by streamlining their processes and increasing efficiency. It helps organizations manage their relationships with donors, volunteers, and other stakeholders more effectively, ensuring they can engage with them in a personalized and meaningful way. With a CRM system, NGOs can easily track and manage donations, monitor volunteer activities, and maintain a database of supporters. It also helps them to analyze their performance, identify trends, and make data-driven decisions. Overall, a CRM system can help NGOs achieve their goals more efficiently while enhancing their relationships with their stakeholders. To know about a CRM system in detail, read here.

Best Social Media monitoring tools - Agorapulse, Sendible

Social media monitoring tools are essential for nonprofits looking to stay on top of their social media presence. Agorapulse and Sendible are two good options available today. Agorapulse offers a suite of social media management and monitoring tools that help nonprofits streamline their social media activities and gain valuable insights into their audience's behavior. Sendible, on the other hand, provides a comprehensive platform for managing social media activity across multiple channels, with scheduling, content creation, and reporting features. Both tools are user-friendly and offer a range of features that can help nonprofits improve their social media strategies and drive better results. Read more about these tools on their website - agorapulsesensible).

Ayati Devices Private Ltd: On a Mission to Save Millions of Feet, One Foot at a Time

Ayati Devices Private Ltd is a company that significantly impacts the healthcare industry with its innovative products. They were incubated under the Dayananda Sagar Entrepreneurship Research and Business Incubation program.The company has developed a range of foot care solutions designed to help people suffering from foot-related problems such as plantar fasciitis, flat feet, and heel pain. Ayati's products are affordable and easy to use, making them accessible to people from all walks of life. By addressing foot-related issues, Ayati is helping to improve the overall health and well-being of millions worldwide. Their mission to save millions of feet, one foot at a time, is truly inspiring and positively impacts the world. Read more about this company’s endeavor here.

Grammarly Grants for Nonprofits

Society at large and Nonprofits and nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) have faced unprecedented challenges post the COVID-19 pandemic. To assist these vital community organizations, Grammarly offers free access to key features of Grammarly Business until May 1, 2024, for qualifying nonprofits. This extension builds upon the temporary offer introduced in March 2020. The offering is tailored for teams of three or more NGO employees and aims to enhance communication, including grant writing and engagement with donors and volunteers. Eligible organizations can find more information and apply on the Grammarly website.

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