Help your nonprofit improve your Operations. Grant would cover the cost to implement Salesforce CRM with which you can:
Fundraise More and Better: Track and manage your donors, donations, campaigns, and events in one place. Also, segment your donors based on their preferences and interests for personalization and fundraising more!
Improve Efficiency: Automate tasks, workflows, and communications to save time and resources. You can also integrate Salesforce CRM with other apps and tools that you use, such as email, social media, accounting, and more.
Measure and Report Impact Your nonprofit is making to GROW more: Create custom reports and dashboards to suit your specific needs and goals.
HOW TO APPLY:
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1. Strategy Call: We schedule a strategy call with your organization to understand your technology-related challenges and needs.
2. Success Road Map: For all successful recipients, we design success roadmap options for your nonprofit, including your technology goals and the proposed grant amount needed.
3. Approval and Implementation: We help you implement solutions to enhance your nonprofit's efficiency after approving a roadmap. If eligible, the grant can cover a substantial part or the entire cost of our Base, Essentials, Advanced, or Premier packages. Explore package details by clicking here.
1. Only eligible 501(c)(3) qualify
2. Only a limited number of grants are available
3. No cash value and no cost to apply for a grant
Note: To obtain this grant, you must be a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, and your team should be willing to invest their time to expand your nonprofit’s reach and impact in the community.
See full terms and conditions below.
Terms and Conditions for the “DREAM BIG” Grant:
Eligibility Criteria: (a) The organization is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization as defined by the Internal Revenue Service, i.e., the nonprofit is based in the U.S. (b) Grants are provided for one-time implementation fees for technology project based on the size and affordability of the nonprofits.
Application Deadlines: (a)We evaluate applications on an ongoing, rolling basis.(b) Applications received before December 30, 2023, will be given preference.
Grant Purpose: The grant's purpose is to enhance the technological capabilities of nonprofits so they can fundraise more, better manage their programs, and better measure their impact. On receiving the grants, the nonprofits could fundraise more and better serve their missions.
Grant Amount: (a) The grant holds no cash value. (b) The grant amount is expected to cover most of the one-time implementation fees for the technology solution provided to the nonprofit.
Selection Process:The selection process focuses on identifying nonprofits that are actively positively impacting achieving the U.N.'s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). To learn more about the SDGs, visit https://sdgs.un.org/goals
Reporting Requirements: All nonprofits receiving grants (i.e., grantees) must complete a brief monthly survey, taking two minutes or less, to help us measure the impact that KindCause.org generates for your nonprofit, as this would help us structure future programs over 24 months.
Funding Disbursement: The grant holds no cash value for the grantee and will be directly disbursed to CFOsquared, Inc., our technology implementation partner, to help implement the selected technology solution for your nonprofit.
Compliance with Regulations: Grant recipients must maintain their active 501(c)(3) status in good standing.
Monitoring and Evaluation: Nonprofits receiving CRM implementation grants must enroll in a 24-month success plan, akin to having a coach, to cover CRM maintenance, system audits, and success consultations.
Acknowledgment and Publicity: KindCause.org reserves the right to display the grant recipients' names publicly. KindCause.org reserves the right to publish a blog article or include the information of the nonprofit recipients.
Communication with Recipients: All grantees will be assigned a dedicated KindCause program manager, and nonprofits can communicate with them via email.
Review and Revision: The terms and conditions are subject to change at any time, and the latest terms will be available on KindCause.org.
Legal Implications: By applying for and receiving the grant, the nonprofit agrees to waive any right to sue KindCause.org or CFOsquared, Inc., the consulting company helping implement the technology solution, for any reason.
Transparency: All grant recipients will receive notification in their feedback, including the reason for the denial.
Appeal Process: All grant decisions are final. Given the limited number of grants available each month, eligible grantees will receive priority consideration for the next round of grants.
Communication Channel: You can complete a brief 2-minute application form to apply for the grants.