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Is your budget big enough to do all the programmatic, marketing and development communications you want—or need—to do? If you work for a non-profit, I'm guessing you are shaking your head "no" about now.

How about some good FREE stuff to help?

Today, there are many charity watch organizations providing information on nonprofits – and you can count on prospective donors to use them. But who are they and how are their charity ratings composed? This article covers 4 of the well-known ones: Charity Navigator, CharityWatch, Guidestar, and GreatNonprofits. Each provides valuable information to philanthropists looking to make a financial contribution to a charity. Here's a basic primer on each:
Long a staple in the business-to-business sales world, CRM systems are databases created to hold information about people relevant to your organization.  Whether you are a business, government agency or nonprofit/NGO, people inside and outside your organization drive your success.  CRM is the way you can manage relationships and measure success.
So let's start at a very hypothetical question. Say you're at some nonprofit conference, and a huge magical fairy (we'll call the fairy "Google") comes up to you and says "I'll grant you a $120,000 a year for your nonprofit marketing efforts for 2015." And presto - you have an additional $120K all for your marketing budget to do some extraordinary things.
There's a delicious plethora of open source CRM systems out in the wild. In this article, we take a look at a few, and give some pros, cons and things to think about for each. To begin a comparison, let's start with SugarCRM, VTiger and CRMery.

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