Busy Bilby has been developed as a social enterprise application to assist committees of Not for Profit groups manage their organisation.
It is a valuable management tool for Presidents, Treasurers, Secretaries, Membership Secretaries and Event Organisers.
It is designed, developed and supported within Australia and free to use for smaller organisations who are trying to build their membership base.
It is infinitely scaleable so whether your organisation has 50 members or 500,000 members Busy Bilby can provide an end to end solution.
Busy Bilby offers a complete range of tools help committees to manage and retain their organisation's membership.
Busy Bilby will help keep you in touch with your membership by email or SMS messages.
Busy Bilby will help you launch Events and Fundraisers easily and run them successfully.
Busy Bilby provides your a complete financial management solution - no need for expensive finance software package license fees.
No complicated spreadsheets or random bits of paper and bulky folders to pass over to the new committee. Simply create new user names and grant access to your new committee members and they can take up where you left off
Busy Bilby is based on an annual subscription which starts from less than 6 cents per member per month.Find out more about our our subscription rates here
Your data is fully secured and you control the access level for all users. Once someone is no longer a committee member you can easily transfer access to your new committee member. All financial transactions are audit trailed.
Busy Bilby is based in Australia, data is hosted in Australia, developed and maintained in Australia and all support comes from Australia.
Cancel at any time and export your members and transactions to a spreadsheet
"As a new QCWA branch, QCWA Beechmountain have found Busy Bilby invaluable in managing our fast growing group of members especially in the area of Event planning and management and Fundraising. Its made our processes so much easier and better integrated. Highly recommended."