Nonprofits are quickly realizing they must adapt to modern technology to empower their mission.

It’s no secret that the right set of tools can set your organization on the right path to success. As a nonprofit organization, you are facing limited resources, tight budgets, small staff and increased financial burden just to stay modern. This is why your organization has to adapt. It’s a must or your mission won’t be supported the way that it deserves to be supported. Thousands of organizations have already found the solution to this growing epidemic. It’s time to give your organization a chance.

Learn to empower your mission, increase productivity, save your organization money and how you can adopt the most modern, innovative and advanced phone system available. You can see which features work for your organization and which don’t. Your nonprofit deserves options and we are willing to show you exactly what options you can have at an affordable rate.


Get more information by clicking here. Ask about our Phone Donation Program for qualified nonprofit organizations. 

Get a personalized demo of an advanced phone system tailored to your nonprofits needs and see how it makes achieving your mission easier. There is no obligation at all, only a quick session to help your organization.


3 features every organization needs and will learn about in the demo:

1. Auto Attendant: Personalize greetings for your constituents

All of the power, flexibility and features available via UniVoIP’s auto attendant  are available to every department, extension or mailbox within the organization. This is because the nonprofit-designed auto attendant can be customized as a call tree with unlimited routing combinations. In addition, you can leverage the embedded multi-lingual auto attendants and allow callers to be routed to their destination quicker and more efficiently. Read all the benefits you could leverage with UniVoIP’s auto attendant.

2. Mobility

Never miss an important call. Nonprofit organizations are using mobile technology to educate, activate and improve the lives of those they serve. Communicating with volunteers on their personal devices via text message, engaging the community with a custom-built mobile application and connecting with youth at a community center are all ways nonprofit organizations are leveraging mobile technology to advance their cause.

3. Conferencing

UniVoIP Conferencing solution enables nonprofit organizations to hold scheduled or ad-hoc conferences. The organization can set up conference bridges for organizational board meetings to serve members, donors, and the public who are unable to attend meetings in person. UniVoIP Conferencing can also be utilized in the meeting room, allowing members and donors who are unable to attend the meeting, follow along from home in an audio/web/video lesson. These meetings can also be recorded and placed on the nonprofit organization’s Website for an available download.

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