Intuit is also offering a Stimulus check calculator so individuals can determine how much they are likely to receive.
Bill.com is waiving the first-three months’ subscription for new customers who have seen “a significant decline in revenue as a result of COVID-19”. The payments company has also extended support and service hours and offered additional resources and is donating to GoFundMe’s Small Business Relief Initiative.
Blackbaud, meanwhile, is changing the rules regarding, the Blackbaud Community Matters Grants Program, which helps nonprofit organizations with a strong emphasis on serving disadvantaged populations.Blackbaud is lifting spending restrictions to permit nonprofits to redirect grant funds to more practical needs, such as general operational costs.
The nonprofit software company has also released technology to support virtual small group gatherings for faith communities. Offered at no additional cost through Blackbaud Church Management or its native app, MobileMission, automatically adds virtual meetings to small group communications and making participation easy.
Another software publisher, Aplos, is offering 50 percent off the first six months of subscription for its Church Management application and 50 percent off the first 12 months of its Nonprofit CRM, among other discounts.
Community Brands, which offers software for associations and nonprofits, is offering its Mobile 365 application free for the first year, along with a toolkit of “virtual engagement capabilities” that combines virtual learning and event products.