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Looking for information on our Charity and Not For Profit solutions?

We support 2000+ not-for-profit organisations with software to make their organisation more successful. Our charity specific solutions include CRM, Website Suite and Google Ad Grant management.

We also have a host of other solutions to help you run your organisation:

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Some Not For Profit organisations that use our software

Our customers have raised over £250m with the help of our solutions. See case studies.

Canal And River Trust (1)
Samaritans (1)
Breast Cancer
University Of Edinburgh
Royal Trinity Hospice

What our customers say...

We can now be more strategic. As we used to sit in a room with just opinions, with no data to back it up. Now there is an evidence base, and we can ask questions and find out an answer, and that’s the huge difference.

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Peter Muir, Director of Communications, National Youth Choir of Scotland

What our customers say...

I invited Access in for a demo and was taken back by the look and feel as well as the user-friendly interface of the system and since then, never looked back.

Ben Robbins, Chana Charity

What our customers say...

The very ambitious implementation project has been a great success and this is due in no small part to the skill and expertise of everyone in the Access project team.

Steve Holloway, Chichester Cathedral

What our customers say...

Fundraising is really important for our organisation. And Access thankQ CRM and the NFP Website Suite were critical in helping us achieve those fundraising goals.

Nicole Hermanns, Birmingham Contemporary Music Group