ardentCause exclusively serves the nonprofit industry. Despite scarce resources, facing big challenges, those who "do good" can accomplish even more with the right technology tools and technology assistance.
ardentCause delivers software solutions and services to both foundations, and the charitable organizations they fund, to help them make the most accurate decisions, efficiently grow, build capacity, and fulfill their missions.
Here are some links to excellent resources of benefit to nonprofits. These will continuously be updated, so check back in the future.
To meet major challenges faced by nonprofits and their funders, the easy online CauseEffectz solution helps grant-making foundations and nonprofits measure significant program outcomes; continuously communicate results to grantors and donors; and visualize the future. It has been designed with the non-technical user in mind, so CauseEffectz saves time and helps staff become even more productive.
Everyone makes better decisions using CauseEffectz.
Stakeholders see easily-viewed dashboards, complemented by success stories conveyed through pictures. Program reports are continuously updated, and results are measured, monitored and shared. Precious time is saved and resources are conserved. Fundraising becomes much easier.
Rick Cohen reports live from the Congressional hearing regarding how the IRS handled the Tea Party groups' applications for tax-exempt status.
Numbers for nonprofit-built homes have declined year-over-year since 2010. Is there a demand for lower-income homeownership opportunities that’s going unmet?
There was a feel-good moment for philanthropy in Cleveland on Sunday when Peter Lewis gave the commencement address at Case Western Reserve University.
Gay, lesbian, and bisexual persons are more prone to mood and alcohol-use disorders in states where their rights are abridged. Go figure.
The damage done to Granbury, Texas, has disproportionately affected some of its most vulnerable citizens. Fundraising efforts proceed without the fanfare attracted by those on the East Coast.
A billionaire donor may have had a chilling effect on a pair of documentaries.
As legalized marijuana takes root in the state of Washington, it brings along a crop of unusual quandaries to solve.
Most nonprofits dream, at some point, about that endowment that would ensure their stability from year to year. But endowments aren’t for every nonprofit. This article walks the reader through their up and downsides.
As the BSA approach their decision to relax their ban on gay involvement in scouting, organizations with strong convictions continue to weigh in.
The widow of Apple founder and impresario Steve Jobs is now the ninth-wealthiest woman in the world. Fortunately for all of us, she has an eye toward charitable giving.
Are corporations changing from the inside? Shareholder proposals continue to crop up in major corporations, often prompted by nonprofit activists, but evidence of voluntary changes adopted by corporate shareholders is still lacking—particularly for proposals calling for corporate disclosure of political spending.
Do you want to join our newswire team?
We follow up on a story from earlier this year that’s shown a turn for the better.
A Chicago nonprofit founded late in 2011 with a mission “to bring dignity and self-determination to both sides of the giving equation” is now going national with its innovative crowd-sourced funding model.
A study done by The Center for Effective Philanthropy reiterates something we pretty much already knew; grantees like foundations better when they share information – all kinds of information.
CauseEffectz gives nonprofits the ability to measure and visualize their achievements, and helps communicate their successes to the world, as easily as taking a picture with a phone. An an example, here is the feed from our internal CauseEffectz deployment - our volunteer stories - automatically updated to this website with every new activity.