Over a year ago, I interviewed Carnet Williams, a long time member of the nonprofit technology and riders community and who recently launched a tool called Chipin which is designed to simplify the process of connecting with people in your social network to collect money for a personal cause, to purchase a gift, or for community fundraising. Carnet also introduced me to Mollyguard and I took the opportunity to interview the co-founder, Julia Hartz, for blogher.
Back in October, Idealware did a fabulous roundup of twenty-seven lower-priced online software tools and some pointers for how to select a tool that matches an organization's needs. (Idealware's founder and director, Laura Quinn, was recently interviewed as part of my interviews over at blogher.) While Mollyguard wasn't in the roundup (it's relatively new), I hope that in the next review the folks at Idealware will take a look and tell us what they think!
Photo from Julia Hartz in flickr