Sun. Apr 14th, 2024



  • OneCause awarded technology grants to Easterseals New Jersey and Crittenton to support nonprofit growth.
  • Grants included free 24-month subscriptions to OneCause software solutions valued at up to $10,000.

In the article “OneCause Awards Technology Grants to Drive Nonprofit Mission Advancement,” OneCause announced the recipients of its 2024 OneCause Cares Corporate Grants Program. The program aims to expand access to technology and enhance fundraising for emerging nonprofit organizations. Each year, the program awards two nonprofits with free 24-month subscriptions to OneCause software solutions, valued at up to $10,000 each.

The grant recipients for 2024 are Easterseals New Jersey and Crittenton. Easterseals New Jersey is dedicated to creating a supportive environment for individuals with disabilities, focusing on mental health challenges. They serve over 4,000 individuals each year with a range of services. Crittenton, based in Fullerton, CA, provides housing and services to low to moderate-income women and girls, many of whom are homeless or in foster care.

The OneCause Grants Program is open to registered 501c3 organizations in the United States and Canada, with grantees selected based on need, how technology will further their mission, and alignment with core focus areas such as Mental Health & Wellness, Community, and Sustainability.

OneCause, a leading provider of digital fundraising technology, aims to help nonprofits improve the giving experience and raise more money. They have helped over 11,000 nonprofits raise more than $6.5 billion for their missions since 2008. The organization is committed to driving innovation in the charitable sector and supporting nonprofit professionals through events like the annual Raise Conference.

About OneCause:
OneCause drives the future of fundraising with digital solutions that make it easier for nonprofits to fundraise and for supporters to give. With a focus on optimizing generosity, OneCause aims to simplify the giving experience and help nonprofits raise more money.