Nonprofits Don’t Have to Settle for Bad Software

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Heirloom is a simple, fun, affordable, online donor management platform. The platform is built on the belief that nonprofits, charities, churches, clubs and organizations of all sizes should have access to high quality software.

Quality software for nonprofits

Technology has always been a daunting hurdle for nonprofits. Existing solutions are often too expensive, difficult to learn, and require lengthy contracts. Heirloom, a newly released donor database system by Nonprofit Roots LLC, is aimed at removing the technology hurdle by being simple, powerful, and affordable.

The new donor management software tool gives customers the ability to keep track of their donors, donations, pledges, and other important information that allows them to make smarter decisions and raise more money. Heirloom also removes the redundant and painful tasks associated with managing donor data.

Nonprofits can collect donations through their own secure donation page. Donors can donate with any major credit card and Paypal. Heirloom also believes that nonprofits shouldn’t be charged donation processing fees, and 100% of the money is passed to the nonprofit. Furthermore, the money goes straight into the nonprofit’s bank account, erasing lengthy turn around times to receive critical funds.

Heirloom provides a free plan fit for nonprofits just getting off the ground. The free plan has all of the regular features, and with no expiration period nonprofits will be able to use the free plan for as long as they need. When a nonprofit is ready to upgrade they’ll find the options affordable.

About Nonprofit Roots LLC
Nonprofit Roots LLC, founded in 2011 and headquartered in Lakewood, CA. Built on the belief that the nonprofit industry should be “over-served” instead of underserved, Nonprofit Roots builds tools that are simple, powerful, and affordable. Nonprofit Roots believes it can change the world by being a catalyst for all causes.

Visit to see the first of many Nonprofit Roots products.


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