Whether you’re running an NGO or an NPO, whether your Non Profit is big or small, the ultimate aim is to raise awareness for your cause, get more members involved and help your community.
However, with the burden of daily routine tasks it’s easy to get carried away and lose sight of the real goals of your organization. The ideal scenario would be to improve workflows and time management in order to efficiently reach your objectives.
Luckily, non profit forms will fully meet all your needs and help you take your online fundraising to the next level.
One solution for all your goals. Raising donations, recruiting volunteers, organizing and managing events, all of these can be streamlined through online forms.
Easy form building process. Thanks to our drag & drop form builder, creating any type of forms is very intuitive. No coding skills required!
They’re user friendly. You’ll be able to raise funds while creating a compelling and user-friendly donation experience.
They maintain your organization’s identity. From layout customization, varied themes and the option to add your logo to CSS form styling, you have full control to brand your forms.
You’ll find a variety of free custom templates in our gallery so you’ll be able to save precious time by starting with a pre-made form.
There are plenty you can choose from, suitable for every field and ready for you to customize.
As you can see, there are 30+ form templates for Non Profits only but in this article, the focus is going to be on the 3 most popular ones used in the field and some simple tips how you can use them at full potential:
→ add an Upload button if you need volunteers to be able to submit their resumes
→ add an Autoresponder to thank people for applying or to give them additional information about the recruitment process
→ get Notifications every time someone signs up or registers
→ when using PayPal, be sure to enable the option “Payment represents a donation” to let PayPal know not to tax your donation as it does for online purchases.
→ add social sharing buttons on the form, so people can spread the word across their social networks
→ promote and manage non profit events such as fundraisings or parties without the need for guests to confirm their attendance by phone or by email
→ add a Google Map on the form to make it easier for attendees to get there
→ get your event registration guest list by email, access form entries in our database, export them as CSV/ Excel files or send them to a Google Docs spreadsheet
Hopefully the tips above will help you save time so you’ll be able to take care of the really important tasks for your organization. We’d love to hear back from you so let us know your thoughts on these.