|Anyone who is associated with your nonprofit (staff, volunteers, board members, donors, etc.)
|The individual(s) that Fundraisers invite to visit their Crowdfunding and contribute.
|An individual webpage set up by a Fundraiser for the purpose of raising funds (and more) for your nonprofit.
|Fundraising and Donor Management system featuring the central data repository.
|A constituent that sets up Crowdfunding on behalf of your nonprofit.
|The method in which nonprofits raise funds for their mission by asking constituents to contact everyone in their social network and promote the nonprofit’s mission, event, and/or goal.
|Everyone that a constituent personally knows, such as friends, family, co-workers, neighbors, club members, and other associates.
|A Fundraiser who creates a social fundraising team and establishes a team goal. Each team member creates his own Crowdfunding, and contributions are pooled together to reach the team’s overall goal (e.g., the Team Captain establishes a $10,000 team goal, and asks his/her ten team members to raise $1,000 via their own Crowdfunding and social network).
|Refers to a second generation of web-based communities and hosted services — such as social-networking sites, wikis, etc. — which aim to facilitate creativity, collaboration, and sharing among users.
|Enables information and funds from Crowdfunding and a nonprofit’s website to be downloaded directly into DonorPerfect and the nonprofit’s bank account – eliminating manual data entry.
|Personalized graphical icons fundraisers can put on their own websites and social sites (e.g., Facebook, MySpace, etc.) to promote contribution toward their fundraising goals.