A challenge I’ve come across with small nonprofits is finding a fundraising idea that will make a big impact, but will also be inexpensive. One of the main objectives of Raklet is to make fundraising process easier and more effective for your organization. We ask ourselves how much we meet our goal as a communication […]
In this blog, we generally try to show how Raklet can increase the efficiency and revenue of your organization while reducing your workload. But of course, you may need to listen to the experience of an organization who already use Raklet. So, we give the floor to one of our cultural associations who use Raklet for two years. Listen to Raklet from the Italian non-profit association, Kerkis.
We continue to share with you the best practices of our organizations. Thanks to our alumni associations, the number of these best practices increase constantly. SUMED (Sabancı University Alumni Association) is one of these organizations who get beautiful results in collaboration with Raklet.
Dinçer Özoran and Arman Buldaç from NPedal organized a cycling tour to collect donation for the scholarship fund of GEV and succeeded to collect more than $10.000 through Raklet online donation page. It means the annual scholarship of 4 undergraduates and 9 high school students!
Following the investment of Techstars, Raklet continues to widen its activity area as a global community management platform. As part of this, we were at the Websummit Lisbon with internet technology leaders between the 7th and 10th of November.
Raklet, a global community management platform, has met in Beirut with the leaders of innovation industry on the occasion of BDL Accelerate 2016 and has been selected among the top 10 startups.
Founded in 1990 by a small group of classic car enthusiasts in Turkey, Classic Car Club has reached 700 members today. The Club summarise its purpose as the following: “We desire to bring people together who have a lively interest for classic cars and especially for those who had some special features according to the era to which they belong. We want that they come together and exchange their ideas about these special cars.”