Great for Non-Profit's Program Management and Fundraising Strategy
Updated April 04, 2021

Great for Non-Profit's Program Management and Fundraising Strategy

Dylan DeClerck | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Asana

Asana is being used by our project management and program management team within our organization. We use it primarily to organize our programs but have a few important grant deadlines and other tasks within the organization as well.
  • Organize and schedule tasks.
  • Project and program management.
  • Keeps track of deadlines.
  • Attaches links and comments to tasks.
  • Project collaboration.
  • Reminders are too frequent, but when you turn them off our staff doesn't use the tool.
  • Allows project managers to delete and remove tasks without approval from a supervisor.
  • Duplication tool works well, but still has some functionality that could be improved.
  • Allows us to keep on top of grants and sponsorships that we might otherwise miss and keeps track of our answers, comments, and files from one year to the next.
  • Allows us to see when we need to report to the government and makes sure we don't accumulate any late fees.
It is well suited within our non-profit organization for program and project management because it allows our staff to collaborate on the programs and see what tasks each person is taking and their progress without having to reinvent the task list each time. It also allows us to track our grants and corporate sponsorship strategy well, which is an annual task that we can greatly benefit from having the information from one year to the next.

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