When you’re planning an event, you have to manage a lot of moving parts. Live your best life by managing all those parts in one secure spot with a Firespring nonprofit website and the event registration tool that comes with it.
Nonprofit event management is so much easier and more efficient with everything in one place, including online registration, online payments, an event calendar and more. Plus, your event attendees will love the simplicity and ease of doing everything online. (Just don’t forget to order more food and swag when your numbers go up!)
This is the number one thing donors want to see on a nonprofit website! Post event details and offer online event registration 24/7 to your constituents, members, volunteers and staff.
Don’t send your visitors to a third-party site to make a payment! Accept event fees with payment processing that’s integrated seamlessly into your nonprofit’s website.
Let your online visitors know you got their registration and they’re good to go with automated emails that are triggered when an online registration is placed.
Whether you want to offer an early bird special or a last-minute deal, you can use time-sensitive promo codes to entice registrants and create a sense of urgency for your nonprofit’s events.
Create different tickets with capacity limits using one registration form, eliminating the need for multiple registration forms.
“Our website has saved us thousands of hours in data entry time alone. As a small staff at the Lincoln Children’s Zoo, we don’t have anyone dedicated to data entry and with the number of memberships, class registrations and other events we do, the time savings from our website has allowed us to focus on the most important aspects of our work. I can’t count the number of compliments we have received about our website and are happy that Firespring is our partner in bringing it to life.”
—John Chapo, Executive Director
Does your website work harder than you? If not, let’s change that. The best nonprofit websites do most of the heavy lifting so you don’t have to. Don’t just take our word for it, though: Try a new website on for size.