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This Week in Nonprofit Innovation: 5 Must-Read Articles

By April 26, 2016

BenchmarkWe’ve scoured the web to find 5 of the most interesting and useful content pieces about Salesforce for nonprofits and #NPtech from the past week. Enjoy:

1. 2016 M+R Benchmarks Study
via @NTENorg and @MRCampaigns
This year’s M+R Benchmarks Study is here! Time to curl up and geek out over the latest online fundraising, outreach, and advocacy data. #BenchmarksX

Mercy for Animals2. How to Get Site Visitors to Commit to Their Donation
via @elizchung of @Classy
Some best practices and real-world examples from nonprofits that are pros at sealing the deal with online donors.

Using Templates to Build Salesforce Communities3. Using Templates to Build Salesforce Communities
via @LeiferAshley of @ArkusInc
An overview of Community Templates, the newest and easiest way to set up your online Community for donors, volunteers, supporters, partners, and anyone else.

MailChimp4. 3 Free or Discounted AppExchange Apps for Nonprofits
via @Doron_B of @Causeview
Email automation, data cleansing, and document generation: three things all nonprofits need, but can’t always afford. Not to worry ― check out these 3 free or almost free apps for Salesforce.

5 Creative Technologies to Inspire Your Nonprofit’s Efforts5. 5 Creative Technologies to Inspire Your Nonprofit’s Efforts
via @KaylaEMatthews of @NPhub
From “the Yelp for recycling” to a game where your points contribute to real-life cancer research, these apps are a testament to the power of tech for good.

See you next week! Remember to follow us on Twitter at @SalesforceOrg for more nonprofit innovation stories.