RED

We build systems
for good.

At Red Arc we develop automated fundraising systems for NonProfits, charities and NGOs

 

Like many large organisations born last century, Charities and NonProfits struggle with the expanding complexity of an eclectic mix of technology platforms, apps, databases and systems.  While the potential of these systems is to free great talent to do what they do best, more often than not, they end up feeling like more trouble than they’re worth. We are an antidote to this.
We Connect your existing systems. Automate your processes. And Extend possibilities with our fundraising tools

 

Ultimately, we build systems that help charities and nonprofits fundraise more effectively. Which is why we say ‘we build systems for good’.
Founder

Stu Hawkins

Founder

Let us help you make your job easier this year!

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With our Email Marketing Connector

Red Arc’s Email Marketing Connector allows you to seamlessly extend Raiser’s Edge NXT to employ a dedicated email marketing platform. 

You work with two amazing platforms, the connector transparently does all the hard work of making them operate as a single solution.

Letter Box

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Easily create and send personalized letters and acknowledgements individually or in bulk from an NXT List.

You can open and edit individual letters in a Bulk Letters run or directly from the Constituent/Gift Tile. Add that special message to a major donor, wish that supporter “Happy Birthday!” or anything else actually – the whole letter is editable before sending!

AND the best part is this feature is included in the Free Plan!

You’re in great company!

We have automatic integration now from Campaign Monitor to RE NXT/RE7. This has reduced the manual workload expected and has increased data integrity/accuracy.
Wollongong University

“We couldn’t, and didn’t, start telemarketing until we had Red Arc.”

Foodbank NSW

Why Engagement Tile? “The ease and flexibility of implemenation and it’s direct integration into RE NXT (no more manual data manipulation)” Auckland University of Technology