This week Calxa welcomed Skills Active Aotearoa and Crosspower Ministries Trust as the first New Zealand not-for-profits to receive Calxa Premier donations, with thanks to TechSoup NZ.

This is a great opportunity for small NFP organisations, and we encourage others to apply.

Not-for-Profits big and small suffer from a significant administrative burden. Their financial reporting doesn’t just extend to their boards. But, each grant provider and funder, needs to know their moneys have reached the intended audience. Therefore, acquitting funds to various stakeholders is a big part of the day-to-day. So it’s no surprise, this is a major reason why the TechSoup New Zealand donations are critical in elevating some of the red tape.

TechSoup NZ Donation Program

Check out and see if you are eligible for a Calxa Donation.



About the Donation Program

Calxa Australia partnered with Connecting Up and TechSoup, powered by Infoxchange, over a decade ago with an initial goal to provide $1,000,000 worth of budgeting software to grassroots Not-for-Profit organisations across Australia and New Zealand. Through the alliance, Calxa donates its Calxa Premier budgeting and cashflow forecasting software to smaller Not-for-Profit organisations that meet the program administrator’s eligibility criteria.

The program allows smaller organisations to achieve the same productivity increases as their larger counterparts – freeing up resources to be directed towards core services. Everyone expects NFPs to spend more of their resources on service delivery and less on administration. This is Calxa’s way of helping them realise this goal while still providing the reporting needed to achieve good governance. NFP organisations with turnover under $1m are encouraged to apply.

In 2024, the milestone of $2,500,000 in total donations was reached touching over 1350 not-for-profits and charities so far. Across the Tasman Ranui Action ProjectReach Child Cancer and Student Volunteer Army are just some of the donation customers in New Zealand.