Bloomerang understands the unique fundraising challenges of public benefit organizations. There’s no reason for technology to get in the way of important work in the areas of civil rights and civil liberties, community improvement, education, philanthropy and volunteerism, and voter education and registration. That’s why numerous public or social benefit organizations nationwide have chosen Bloomerang’s donor database solution.

Below are just a few thoughts and success stories from public benefit organizations just like yours.

Grand Seven Detroit was started by leadership at Harvest Christian Church in 2013 and named “Build It Detroit” in an effort to restore the neighborhood around the church. It has been relaunched as Grand 7 Detroit, to better reflect our commitment to the neighborhood near the intersection of Grand River and Seven Mile. Grand 7 Detroit is building a vibrant, thriving community near the intersection of Grand River and Seven Mile in Detroit. public benefit organizations

We are a nonprofit organization which develops and fosters partnerships between area schools and northwest Ohio businesses, government agencies, organizations and churches. Funded by contributions from businesses, individuals and the community, we leverage our most important investment — the education of our children. public benefit organizations

Goodell Gardens & Homestead is a non-profit public garden, arboretum, and community gathering space located in Edinboro, Pennsylvania. The purpose of Goodell Gardens & Homestead is to create an education-oriented public garden and arboretum on the ~80-acre Goodell family farm by emulating the Goodell family passion for gardening and horticulture. public benefit organizations

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