IT Support for Nonprofits

Leverage our cybersecurity expertise and extensive IT support for nonprofits to help you achieve your mission

Is IT Supporting Your Goals?

While you’re laser-focused on your mission, IT can sometimes seem like an afterthought. Unfortunately, if you ignore technical debt and put technology on the back burner, you could be exposing your organization to the risk of crippling cyber attacks or falling behind on your goals. From donor management and accounting systems to volunteer management systems and CRM applications, nonprofit technology moves much too fast for a single IT person. You need a team of technology experts that also understand business and nonprofit organizations to help you improve results and move your organization forward.

We invite you to tap into our decades of experience in the nonprofit sector to streamline your organization and ensure you are secure and productive. As an added bonus, we offer a discount for nonprofit customers and we also donate 1 percent of our revenue to worthy nonprofit causes in the .

Specialized IT Support for Nonprofit Organizations

Rely on the Intrust team to drive productivity, security and compliance (SOX, PCI DSS, GLBA, AML, KYC), and provide fast, friendly  and thorough support. Whether you are considering switching your IT provider, improving your technology strategy or looking to streamline operations, we can help. We take the time to personalize our approach and create a roadmap to meet or exceed your goals and make technology budgeting easy. 

Some of the challenges our team can help your nonprofit overcome include:

Limited technology budget

Nonprofits often have limited budgets for technology infrastructure and software, which can make it difficult to keep up with the latest technologies and security measures. We offer a discount for qualified nonprofits.

Data management

Nonprofits often have large amounts of data including sensitive donor information and program outcomes that need to be managed, analyzed and secured. This can be challenging without adequate systems and tools in place.

Staff training

Nonprofits may lack the resources to provide adequate training to staff on how to use technology effectively, which can result in lost productivity and decreased efficiency.

Cybersecurity threats

Today, nonprofit organizations handle sensitive data, such as client records and donor financial information, making them vulnerable to cybercrime. Hacking, phishing and malware attacks can lead to data breaches, disruption in vital services and financial or reputational loss. You can count on Intrust’s robust cybersecurity tools and practices and 24/7/365 security operations center (SOC) to protect your nonprofit against data breaches and cyber attacks.

Collaboration and communication

With staff and volunteers working remotely or in different locations, collaboration and communication can be challenging. Make it easy with the right technology tools.

IT talent shortage

The IT skills gap puts nonprofits in a bind: IT talent is increasingly expensive, difficult to recruit and difficult to retain.  Still, without skilled personnel, it’s impossible to manage complex technology infrastructure, cybersecurity and data analytics. Don’t be held back or exposed to cyber risks: Let our team of experts fill the labor gap for your nonprofit organization.

Maximize existing IT spend

Your funds should go toward advancing your mission. Let our team show you how to use your existing tools and systems most effectively.

You Don’t Need to Go IT Alone


Much of your nonprofit’s operations rely on technology. You face specific compliance and cybersecurity concerns. Can you trust a less-experienced managed service provider to keep you moving forward?

  • 30+ years of experience as an MSP
  • Deep, demonstrable expertise - more than 70 certifications
  • Proven systems customized for each individual client
  • Unique relationship-first approach
  • Friendly, helpful employee owners ready to assist
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1. Schedule a time for us to meet (we’ll come to you)

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2. Tell us your technology challenges and ambitions

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3. Partner with Intrust and get back to growing your business

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