Category Archives: Case Management

How Courageous Nonprofit Leadership Helped Transform Victims’ Lives

Organizational Management Matt Huckabay, Executive Director of The Center for Violence-Free Relationships, faced a dilemma. A baby, teen mother, grandmother, and great grandmother entered the organization seeking services, all of them having been victims of domestic abuse. He asked himself, “would this baby be the fourth generation to be affected …

3 Things your Nonprofit Technology Should be Doing

How does your organization use nonprofit technology? Is it used for client intake, program attendance, services delivered, etc.? And how does your software perform those functions? Whether you use manual processes like Excel spreadsheets or a cloud-based software, your organization, there needs to be functionality in place that to drive your mission …

Tips for Nonprofits Buying Case Management Software

Software is important for nonprofits. Finding the right nonprofit software can be tricky, however. First assess your organization’s needs and determine how software will work within your organization. Whether it’s used for case management, data collection, or outcomes reporting, nonprofit software is essential for showing a top-down view of …

How to Measure and Report Your Nonprofit’s Impact – Part 1

Reporting on your organization’s impact is the most important – and effective – way to assess your organization’s data. Effective reporting leads to time and resources saved, more mission delivered, and can also bring more funding from donors! There are so many opportunities to grow and promote your organization and they all begin with …

Data Security – Manual Processes vs. Case Management Software

Why Data Security is Important When a nonprofit organization collects data – whether it is demographic or program related– it’s super important to protect that data. Even the most basic data, such as name or gender, is incredibly sensitive. This goes without saying, but data security will continue to be a key concern for donors and nonprofits. …