Calxa was selected Connecting Up Partner of the Month. Connecting Up has grown over the last 30 years. It is the premier organisation for assisting Not-for-Profits with technology. The progressive organisation runs the popular DonorTec program to bring discounted or donated technology to NFPs. 

The catalyst nominations came from community organisations like The Place and Motor Neurone Disease Association NSW. Both Lynda Little at The Place and Penny Waterson at the Motor Neurone Disease Association in NSW are avid customers. They use Calxa for better board reporting, drill into program budgets and manage their grant funding.

Excited, Mick Devine, said, “We are proud to have been chosen by Connecting Up Australia as their Partner of the Month. We believe strongly in supporting the work of community organisations. So, we really appreciate the support and feedback we get from our customers.”

In 2016 Calxa achieved it’s $1,000,000 donation target. “We are now looking at reaching our next target of $2m of software donations to the sector.”

Calxa’s Donation Program is designed for Community organisations with a turnover of less than $1million. To help these organisations, we strongly encourage them to apply.