You’ve probably never met a philanthropist or donor who didn’t care about how their donation was being spent or what it was being used to accomplish. It just wouldn’t make sense—after all, donors give money because they believe in the causes and missions that those dollars are, in theory, supporting.

And if you’re somebody who is running a nonprofit organization, you care about that mission, too. You want to make sure you’re using those donation dollars as effectively and efficiently as possible. The sad reality, however, is that some nonprofit organizations fall short in terms of efficiency—they waste time, energy, and other resources.

Why is this? 

Well, in many cases, it might be because nonprofit organizations are trying to do so much with so little. Some nonprofits in 2022 might even be relying on volunteers to track budgets using printed spreadsheets or keep track of donor contacts using a Rolodex.

On the other hand, there are the savvy nonprofit organizations that are staying abreast of new options when it comes to running their operations—and these are the nonprofits that are fulfilling their missions in much bigger ways than ever before.

In fact, 93% of individuals who make decisions about funding now see money spent on technology as a way of investing that will pay off in helping them have a bigger influence. That’s according to a FREE TIP SHEET we offer titled Crash Course in Fundraising and Engagement: Six Ways to be a Great Fundraiser During Challenging Times. The idea behind this tip sheet is to help nonprofits such as yours understand how digital platforms can revolutionize the way you fund your mission.

As is detailed in the tip sheet, many major nonprofit organizations have enjoyed the positive effects of using a digital platform like Microsoft Dynamics 365. One prominent example of this is the world humanitarian organizations World Vision, Food for the Hungry, and Compassion International. These three organizations, which share similar missions, saw an in