Synagogue management software to track members, contributions, pledges and more. Keep track of individual and family membership dues. Works with dates in either Gregorian or Hebrew format. Print Yahrtzeit letters using the Hebrew day/month as the anniversary. Assign seating to each member. Keeps track of relationships between donors, such as: families, sponsors and small groups. Shluchim lets you view and print tax receipts, quarterly statements, donor lists, color photo directories, mailing labels/envelopes. Tax receipts and quarterly statements can also be emailed as a PDF. It has a variety of customizable reports, such as donations by date or donor. There are many options when re-assigning envelope numbers. Shluchim sends personalized letters, emails and text messages. It also records "gifts in kind" and pre-authorized deposits. (ie. donations received through ACH) Data can be shared from different computers using DropBox, OneDrive, Google Drive, Sync, TeamDrive or SpiderOak. This is like web-based software but without the monthly fee. You can design your own tax receipts or we will do it for you at no extra charge. Just email us a sample tax receipt as a Word document. Shluchim imports data from your current software so you don't have to re-enter it. Import contribution files from Vanco or WeShare in a few clicks. It exports data to be used in other software. The donor types and characteristics are customizable. When/why a donor donated will be recorded (ie. source codes). There are up to 200 donation categories/funds. Each user has their own password and access privileges. Can also be used by a single user without a password. The software is also used by non-profits to manage their donor and donation database.
What is new in this release:
Version 5.056 fixes a problem when sharing data with multiple users.
What is new in version 5.013:
Version 5.013 fixes some issues with Hebrew dates. It also uses the Hebrew date for Yahrtzeit letters. For example, if someone passed away on 5 Kislev then each year the Yahrtzeit will be on 5 Kislev regardless of what the date is on the Gregorian calendar.
What is new in version 5.012:
Version 5.012 fixes some issues with Hebrew dates. It also uses the Hebrew date for Yahrtzeit letters. For example, if someone passed away on 5 Kislev then each year the Yahrtzeit will be on 5 Kislev regardless of what the date is on the Gregorian calendar.
What is new in version 4.97:
Version 4.97 adds Hebrew date format. Dates can be shown in English transliterated (e.g. 6 Tamuz 5777) or with Hebrew characters.
What is new in version 4.451:
Version 4.451 may include unspecified updates, enhancements, or bug fixes.
What is new in version 4.44:
Can share data using OneDrive or Dropbox.
30-day trial, prints only sample tax receipts