This guest post was contributed by JotForm.
Are you a nonprofit that relies on the goodwill of friends and neighbors to keep your organization alive? You might be surprised to find that the biggest problem you’re likely to face won’t be the uncaring or uncharitable attitudes of the public. Most Americans give to those in need, but depending on the software you use, they may find it difficult to do so.
Planning events for your non-profit organization requires a lot of work. One of the first things you need to do is come up with a simple event registration process that encourages, volunteers, attendees and donors to register or buy tickets for your event.
Even nonprofits with the most experienced, innovative, and hard-working teams working for them face complex issues every once in a while. These problems can come from intense fundraising campaigns or institutional inertia, but they all require a new method of approach.
No matter the problem, there is someone in the nonprofit sphere who can bring a new set of eyes to the table and help you overcome your nonprofit’s obstacles.