BABYLON, N.Y., Jan. 19, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Larry Johnson, CFRE, founder of The Eight Principles, and Mark Feinberg, president of NonProfitEasy, the company that offers the Fundly suite of technology for nonprofits, are pleased to announce their partnership to enhance Fundly's end-to-end nonprofit and fundraising management tools with straightforward fundraiser training. As Fundly's new oracle, Johnson will offer insight into creating sustainable growth and nurturing the relationships that are integral to that process through videos, MOOCs, and interactive online courses. "We are thrilled to bring this brilliant yet simple concept to our Fundly customers and hope that it brings transformational improvement to the organizations we work with," says Feinberg.
The Eight Principles is a real world, common sense philosophy that enables organizations to create a sustainable, scalable, philanthropic revenue stream – what Johnson likes to call relational philanthropy. "Relational philanthropy," says Johnson, "is fueled by relationships between donor-investors and organizations, to create a better place and fulfill dreams." The visionary force behind The Eight Principles, Johnson is also author of the award-winning book, The Eight Principles of Sustainable Fundraising, and was named Outstanding Development Executive by the Association of Fundraising Professionals in 2010. The Wall Street Business Network ranks him in the Top 15 Fundraising Consultants in the United States.
NonProfitEasy is a technology solution provider trusted by some of the largest nonprofit organizations in the world, including Points of Light. Through its Fundly suite of products, NonProfitEasy has created the only integrated technology series that can manage nearly all day-to-day functions of a nonprofit. From CRM and database management, to events, membership management, donor engagement, peer-to-peer, and volunteer management, Fundly products offer a one-stop, affordable, integrated software solution that is revolutionizing social impact, challenging the status quo for the greater good, and changing the way nonprofits serve their communities. To learn more, visit fundly.com/crm or www.theeightprinciples.com.
SOURCE The Eight Principles