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Services and companies catering to churches, ministries, non-profits

Page history last edited by Bryan Chalker 8 years, 1 month ago

This purpose of this page is to list Companies and Services that cater to churches , ministries and non-profits or offer free / low cost services that churches can takes advantage of:

 

Web Hosting

Name URL Cost Serivce Provided Limitations CITRT member who are using Comments
Dream Host http://wiki.dreamhost.com/index.php/Non-profit_Discount Free  to registered NonProfits Unlimted Space and Bandwidth web hosting None JVoorhis|Tenth, tlphipps|dfw  
GoDaddy            

 

 

Email hosting

Name URL Cost Serivce Provided Limitations CITRT member who are using Comments
Google Apps Google Apps Pros Cons Other Free  to registered NonProfits Email hosting, collaboration, etc.   Ksnow 
 
             

 

 

Email Marketing / Blast

  Name URL Cost Serivce Provided Limitations CITRT member who are using Comments
  Vertical Mail http://www.verticalresponse.com/pricing/non-profit/  10,000 emails per month, free, varies after that Email Blast    DavidSzp  
  Mail-Chimp  http://www.mailchimp.com/  Free: up to 500 subscribers / 3,000 emails a month; 15% non-profit discount for above  Email Blast        
  iContact http://www.iContact.com   Email blast   COR  

 

Remote Control / Remote Support

Name URL Cost Serivce Provided Limitations CITRT member who are using Comments
Log Me In https://secure.logmein.com/products/free/ Free  Web based Remote Control for unlimited number of computers No File transfer, printing,  sound Too many to list This is pre-installed remote control (i.e. like GotoMyPC) not ad-hoc support. Use another service for file transfer  
CrossLoop  http://www.crossloop.com  Free  Pro-plan gives up to 5-comps No sound, but call with Google Call/Voice while remoting for an effective option.  bchalker  Used for collaboration with a partner on a recent project. Worked very well, though did  drop connection twice....during two 2 hours sessions. Impressed with the cost for quality.

Nice and easy setup.  

 

General Support & Setup

Name URL Cost Service Provided Limitations Comments
RocketBuilt

http://www.rocketbuilt.com

 

Google MarketPlace Listing

Varies
  • Google Apps Deployment
  • Google Apps Support
  • Web Design & Development
  • E-Newsletters
None RocketBuilt is a small business with minimal overhead - meaning low cost.  You always deal with the same person, no run-around, and attention to detail.
AMDG Technology AMDG Technology Varies ESET NOD32 Anti-Virus, GTA Firewalls/VPN, Google/Postini, Google Apps & More... None Non-Profit discounts available on nearly all products and services.  (i.e. 50% or more on ESET NOD32).
CDW http://cdw.com Very low markup You name it, they have it.   Excellent to work with. Solid Pricing
           

 

 

Other useful services

Name URL Cost Serivce Provided Limitations CITRT member who are using Comments
Visible Tweets http://visibletweets.com/ Free  For display tweets on an overhead, etc. None    
             

 

Comments (4)

John Voorhis | Tenth Presbyterian said

at 11:01 am on May 26, 2009

Have at it!

Jeff Jansen said

at 8:36 pm on Oct 18, 2010

If you are a start up church without a lot of cash to spend for software, look in to http://www.techsoup.org they have small administrative fees for the software but when you can get an Adobe CS5 suite for 100-160 $ it's worth looking into.

Jeromy Stark said

at 8:56 am on Oct 19, 2010

If you are going to use TechSoup for software, you must read the Rules, Eligibility and Restrictions about the licensed use of a product. An example is Adobe, their Rules, Eligibility and Restrictions state:
"The following is a partial list of organization types that are ineligible for Adobe donations. . . . •Organizations, such as churches, houses of worship, and seminaries, whose primary mission is religious."

So make sure that you are eligible.

Kenny Snow said

at 8:18 am on Feb 20, 2011

I've never met the requirements for any Techsoup product, even with a school attached to our church - unless you are a non-religious non-profit, you're probably going to be out of luck with them.

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