When it all comes together, it's magic
Most social organizations function like a small business. They only succeed if they can effectively communicate, track funds, and connect people to the group's purpose. Switching to a single integrated solution like Membership Toolkit saves valuable time and energy. Your website, database, communications, online sales and reports can be tracked on one Dashboard, so you can get through mundane tasks faster and spend more time enjoying your group. After all, being together is what it's all about!
Top tips and features for Social Organizations
Attract new members
The Website tool is a natural place for social organizations to start when trying to attract the attention of potential members. Using words and images, you can share your organization's story, mission and goals with the world, and invite those who are interested to join you! Use "data forms" to capture all information needed to evaluate potential members. Use the email & newsletter tool to invite members to engage in a deeper way with your organization, and keep everyone updated as you progress toward your goal. You do not need to be a professional to edit and maintain your online presence. If you can send and email, you can edit your website.
We've put together an Idea Book for you to see the many different ways your organization can benefit from using Membership Toolkit. Download a copy of our Idea Book here.
Paying annual dues is a way of life for most social groups. Greatly simplify the process —for them and you— by allowing members to pay their annual dues online by credit card. It's secure and easy, and next year's renewal is even faster and easier than the initial sign up!
If you choose to do so, your group can also sell items online. From shirts to event tickets, the sky's the limit!
Engage with your members by sending out surveys, guest speaker suggestion forms, calendar items or preference forms. These can be sent to "members only" or be set up as a "guest form"—meaning anyone can respond, even if they have no connection to your organization.
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When do we meet again?
“If you care about your members, you owe it to your organization to operate at 21st century standards.”
"... it has empowered our members to feel more connected."
"In a time when volunteers are scarce, we can serve our community and keep programs running more efficiently.”