Membership software (also known as an association management system) is a computer software solution which provides associations, clubs and other membership organizations with the functionality they require to provide their services to their members.Wikipedia

It can be a challenge to keep track of your members, newsletter subscriptions, event and workshop registrations, and more. I have worked with several nonprofits over the years and most of their concerns are similar.

Consider your needs

  • Membership management
  • Event management
  • Newsletter/communication management
  • Membership directory/forum
  • Donation management
  • Invoicing and financial reports

A simple solution

Wild Apricot – Wild Apricot is an intuitive software focused on membership, event and contact management for organizations. You can quickly integrate membership and event sign-up. (

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C. Sanderson
Executive Director, Parenting Media Association

Michelle is the best partner that Wild Apricot has, in my experience. She is very knowledgeable, very responsive, finds solutions to things that are outside of Wild Apricot's general platform. She is pure joy to work with and I could not have done this project so quickly or so well without Michelle as my partner. I would recommend Michelle to anyone looking to migrate to Wild Apricot.

R. Gholson
R. Gholson
Executive Director(2015), Center for Plain Language

Michelle Diaz has supported our nonprofit in using Wild Apricot for the past 2 years. We can count on Michelle to act quickly to find solutions. She is very clear with her instructions, and sticks with us until she is sure that she’s taught us to do it ourselves. We call her the Wild Apricot Wizard, and I don’t know what we would do without her!