Wild Apricot is a great solution for keeping your website current, enrolling new members, sending out and getting back membership renewals notices and payments, creating and sending emails and newsletters, registering participants for events, and tracking income. All of this takes A LOT of time. Wild Apricot is designed to streamline these functions and make your organization life easier. This is a Wild Apricot website, so if you like what you see and want to know more about how Wild Apricot might be a tool for you, keep reading.
Click here for a PowerPoint with the highlights of Wild Apricot. This can be used to show your organization's Board to help them decide if Wild Apricot is right for them. Some organizations use their current website and integrate the membership and other features while keeping their current website. You have the choice of using all or just some of the features.
AffiniPay is Wild Apricot’s partner for processing credit cards. The fees are the same for PayPal, Stripe, Square, and others. The advantage of AffiniPay is it is integrated into Wild Apricot. If you have any issues, you contact the Wild Apricot support team.
Click here to create a free 30-day trial. During the trial, you can create your new site of just take a look behind the scenes.
Creating a Wild Apricot site can be a Do-it-Yourself adventure that takes an initial investment of 60-100 hours to create the website from scratch and transfer content from an existing site. Doing Wild Apricot yourself is an investment and it can be done if you are interested in learning...the payback in satisfaction is huge!
Some organizations hire a contractor, like TomStar Services, to do the site set up, transfer content, and membership data. Generally that can cost $1,200-$2,500 depending on how much work is involved. Once the site is setup, it takes 1-2 hours per month to maintain your membership data and website.
Click here for a free 30-day trial of Wild Apricot, no credit card required. This will provide a good look “under the hood” of the great features and how to manage a Wild Apricot site. Check it out!