Making Non-Profits More Tech-Savvy
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Making Non-Profits More Tech-Savvy: GoodWeave Serves As An Example

Making Non-Profits More Tech-Savvy: GoodWeave Serves As An Example

How (and why) should non-profits become more tech-savvy? GoodWeave offers an example of how a robust tech-based system can help an organization operate at scale…..


GoodWeave began the process of building a tech-based system in 1999.  The non-profit worked with Colibri Solutions, a New York-based company, to create a custom database that manages not just their supply chain and inspection data but also their communications, website, fundraising and financial information.

“We’re a tiny staff with a huge mission,” says Smith, referring to a network of 45 personnel in three countries.  The technology, she says, has been “instrumental in our successes in stopping child exploitation.” 

Despite its affection for technology, GoodWeave does not have a full-time technologist on staff — a common theme in the social space where lack of funding and high salaries in the private sector make non-profits less competitive.

If she wasn’t using Filemaker, what would she be using to manage all that data? “Probably Excel spreadsheets.”

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John Matthewson

Kyo Logic