Waggl Helps Nonprofits Better Serve Communities

Waggl is honored to be working with a number of leading nonprofits to help improve communications with their donors, volunteers, members, clients, and staff.

Waggl announces partnerships with Boys & Girls Club of Alameda, Women’s Funding Network, The SF-Marin Food Bank, City Academy, and Canine Companions for Independence, among others.

Just like our large enterprise clients, who are leveraging Waggl to harvest wisdom from the workforce, non-profits have complex networks of people to keep in touch with, and need to be able to collect valuable input quickly and continuously in order to be responsive to the shifting needs of their members.  By making it faster and easier for them to communicate with their key audiences, we are enabling non-profits to continue doing amazing things within their local communities to support populations in need.

“Our mission is to inspire and enable all youth, especially those who need us most, to realize their full potential as productive, caring and responsible citizens, and our pulses of the Alameda Boys & Girls Club donors have yielded some great results,” said Kari Barnes, Resource Development Specialist.

“We depend heavily on the support of a large base of volunteers, and it’s crucial that we establish a two-way dialogue where we can regularly collect and send feedback.  Waggl’s platform makes the communications process much easier than relying on annual evaluations and other outmoded methods for collecting this feedback, we can include a link to a Waggl pulse in each email we get a response immediately.  It allows us to keep the information flowing both ways without having to pull our focus off of the population we are serving.”

We are proud to add these organizations to our growing list of progressive enterprise clients who are using Waggl to become more agile by collecting and distilling real-time feedback.

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