Free time tracker for non-profits
The only truly free time tracker for non-profits. Track attendance and how much time you spend across projects.
Why track time with Clockify
- The only time tracker that's FREE no matter how many people you have
- Track time using a timer or enter time in online timesheet
- Eeryone can see who works on what and how much
- Extremely simple and works everywhere (web, Mac, Windows, Linux, Android, and iPhone time tracking apps)
- Calculates billable hours based on hourly rates automatically
Free time tracking for nonprofit organizations
People can track time using an online timer, or enter how much they’ve worked manually in an online timesheet.
Create tasks and assign people to them so they can track time against them. Estimate how long each task should take and visually check progress so everyone see where the time goes.
Track project profitability
Reports break down all the tracked time and group it by project and person. You can also export data in PDF, CSV, and Excel for administrative purposes.
Use time tracking data for:
If you volunteer with a nonprofit and need to track your time, Clockify will help you know how many hours you spend on communication, finances, inventory, etc.
HR and Payroll
Track attendance, overtime, who worked on what and when, and how much everyone should be paid.
Estimate time, track time budgeted for tasks so you can make budget vs actual analysis, calculate resource utilization, and identify where labor hours are spent.
How time tracking for nonprofits and NGOs works
Set up projects
Create and categorize projects, and create subcategorize activities. Then, people can choose a project/activity and start the timer.
You can have an unlimited number of users for free.
People can track time using a timer, or enter their time manually later. They can track time in the browser, or via desktop and mobile app.
Track time inside other apps
Set hourly rates
Set hourly rate for each people and project. Mark entries as billable and Clockify will automatically calculate the billable amount in reports.