Managing fundraising events and organising volunteer, supporter and donor information are included in the new product from m-hance.
A free digital resource specifically aimed at supporting small charities in their response to the Covid-19 pandemic has launched.
It has been built from Microsoft’s Nonprofit Common Data Model specifically with small charities in mind.
Functions include helping to organise information regarding volunteers, supporters and donors. The management of fundraising events, including costs, staffing and communications is also included.
Further capabilities are also being planned, according to Alan Moody, m-hance Chief Executive Officer.
“The NfP 365 Accelerator is aimed at supporting smaller charities who have been hit the hardest by the crisis,” said Moody.
“It is built on the framework of Microsoft’s Nonprofit Common Data Model with additional functionality that will enable charities to house and organise information regarding the people who volunteer, support or donate to their organisation.
“The resource will also support charities with the management of fundraising events by helping them to coordinate costs, staffing, donations, volunteers, email communications and more.”
“The roadmap for our NfP 365 Accelerator resource is exciting with additional capabilities already planned. We are confident that this will have a positive effect on the charity sector at this difficult time and beyond.”
NfP 365 Accelerator is part of a suite of charity products using Microsoft Dynamics.
In January m-hance launched a finance system aimed at small charities. This includes NfP 365 Finance, Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) and business analytics tool Power BI, which provides finance reports and the ability to view real time data.