These Teams Trust Houdini
CommitChange: The All-in-One Fundraising Platform
CommitChange provides plug and play fundraising infrastructure for hundreds of nonprofits throughout North America. Their features include customizable donation forms, dedicated fundraising campaign pages, functionality for events, and also a lightweight donor management system. Their approach includes an emphasis on building sustainable monthly donation programs, and making the software easy to use for development staff.
You can explore CommitChange here: https://commitchange.com
WeMove: One Million European Citizens
WeMove.EU is a citizens’ movement, campaigning for a better Europe; for a European Union committed to social and economic justice, environmental sustainability and citizen-led democracy. We are people from all walks of life, who call Europe our home – whether we were born in Europe or elsewhere. WeMove.EU depends on the Houdini Project to provide reliable, secure, and effective fundraising infrastructure and is a major contributor to the project as a whole.
You can learn more about WeMove here: https://wemove.eu
Radiotopia: Funding Extraordinary Podcasts
Radiotopia is a partnership between PRX and Roman Mars, creator of 99% Invisible, supported by the Knight Foundation, and led by Executive Producer Julie Shapiro. In 2017, the network was named one of Fast Company’s Top 10 Most Innovative Companies in Media. Since launch, the network has quickly grown to over 19 million downloads per month. Radiotopia is supported by a mix of grants, sponsors, and above all, contributions from thousands of listeners.
You can find stellar podcasts here: https://radiotopia.fm
YMCA of Silicon Valley: Mission Critical Innovators
The Y is the nation’s leading nonprofit committed to strengthening communities through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. There is no other nonprofit quite like the Y. That’s because in communities across Silicon Valley, they have the presence and partnerships to both promise and deliver lasting personal and social change. The YMCA of Silicon Valley was one of the first nonprofit organizations to join the Houdini Project as contributors.
You can learn about their mission here: https://ymcasv.org