See how nonprofits are using Kindful to grow.

Click below to read about how some of our favorite organizations have teamed up with Kindful.

 

Thistle Farms

Thistle Farms’ mission is to heal, empower, and employ women survivors of trafficking, prostitution, and addiction. Hear from Hal Cato, CEO of Thistle Farms, how Kindful is helping their nonprofit grow.

Both Hands

Both Hands helps families fundraise for their adoptions through serving widows in their community. Thanks to Kindful’s central data hub, intuitive filter and reporting features and its ability to automate their donation acknowledgements and donor mailing lists, Both Hands has seen online giving triple!

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Sara Walker Foundation

The Sara Walker Foundation honors the memory of Sara Walker by supporting medical and educational programs in Malawi through their annual “Live for Today 5K” run and other fundraising efforts. Teaming up with Kindful has allowed them to streamline their donations, online registrations, and marketing efforts – increasing their ability to meet the goals of their foundation.

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Sunday Breakfast Rescue Mission

Fundraising is not a new thing to 138 year old nonprofit Sunday Breakfast Rescue Mission. However, with an increase in online fundraising, Sunday Breakfast needed a
system that could handle all of their donor records as well as provide an online location for recurring giving. Kindful was the perfect solution.

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Harvest107

Harvest107 needed the ability to quickly create fundraising campaigns that matched their brand. “The most important part of any web application [is] the frontend user interface (what our donors see and navigate through when they visit our website),” says Executive Director, Gary Pfaff.

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LiveBeyond

LiveBeyond needed to find a
platform that could operate a database, raise funds for their programs, and centralize their communications, yet still be user friendly.

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Habitat for Humanity of the San Juans

Habitat for Humanity of the San Juans needed a system that could keep up with their growing organization – and they needed a system that would free up their time to be with donors rather than spending all of their time in their data.

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Mocha Club

Years ago, Mocha Club had donor and transaction records scattered across 3 different platforms. Their time was spent in record keeping, with staff members continually tied up in data administration.

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