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Nonprofits


Cultivating Equity with MailChimp Community College

This week marks the start of MailChimp Community College in partnership with the Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta.

Over the next few months, a cohort of 12 MailChimp employees will have the opportunity to think broadly about equity in our community. To explore what that means for a city like Atlanta, civic leaders, nonprofit executives, community organizers, and seasoned philanthropists will address topics like infrastructure and education, as well as intergenerational cycles of poverty. The cohort will graduate from the program with a better understanding of our city’s nonprofit ecosystem—and our company’s role in it.

Partnering with Cooper Hewitt for a Tessitura Integration

At MailChimp, we love to champion underdogs who try to change the world. We particularly love nonprofit organizations, and take pride in building tools to help them do more with less. For years, we’ve offered nonprofits a 15% discount. Earlier this month, we featured some useful nonprofits tools in our integrations directory. We also strive to help some of the …

Featured Integrations: August 2015

Most small businesses aren’t made of money, and nonprofit organizations definitely aren’t. So when you make the decision to spend your hard-earned dollars, you want to be sure you’re getting quality in return. This month, we’re featuring integrations that can add some extra value to the email marketing of all sorts of organizations. If you’re trying to do a lot with …

Wordnik Raises Money, Shares Love With Email

With 8 million words and counting, Wordnik is the internet’s biggest dictionary. According to founder Erin McKean, "Wordnik’s mission is to collect all the words of English and share them as widely as possible." They share the words on their website and through an open API, which allows developers to use data about words in …

DoSomething’s Charity Teamwork

DoSomething.org is a nonprofit membership organization for people under 25, intent on making those people care. "Why?" their about page asks. "Because apathy sucks." With 2.5 million members, all in the 13-25 year age range, DoSomething.org has the numbers to back up its values of believing, trusting, celebrating, respecting, and valuing young people. It’s these …