Civisphere.org | Non-profit project management tooll

NON-PROFIT
PROJECT
MANAGEMENT
TOOL

Focus team communications on goals
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Why Civisphere?

Through lending their skills and expertise to mission-driven organizations, pro bono volunteers around the world have undisputedly demonstrated the real value that their contributions add to these organizations' impact. The combined work of pro bono volunteers has become critical to helping many organizations design strategy, articulate their identity, and increase overall operational efficiencies, so that they can focus on their mission and optimize their services. However, to manage projects effectively and ensure their success, pro bono collaborations require solid project management skills and tools.

Civisphere is a free, open-source and web-based project management tool that allows non-profit organizations improve the efficiencies of their pro bono projects, from improved collaboration among team members, to project timeline, milestones and deliverables, from communication protocols and channels to effective and easy to use productivity tools.

Features

Non-Profits

Monitor and evaluate your projects and keep in touch with your volunteers

Volunteers

Work remotely on a project matching your skills, causes and availabilities

To Do List

Visualize any task in order of priority

Achievements

12 Non-Profit Organizations

35 Team-Based Projects

322 Tasks Performed

Welcome to Civisphere

Civisphere.org helps you organize your projects and work with volunteers

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News

Upon our return from the U.S.

Community

Testimony

As a project director, I need to spread the word in my team rapidly and clearly. I have to focus my communication on goals and check if every task is done in time. Civisphere.org allows me to delegate tasks and to communicate easily through the project. Everyone is assigned to his or her projects and tasks. Civisphere.org also allows us to follow what is new through discussion thread.

Stefan
Project Director, ProBono Lab