Non-Profit Phone System

Remote Access, Redundancy, and Savings.

Remote Access

Remote Access is important for Non-Profits. Receive and make phone calls from a mobile phone while protecting personal mobile phone number. Administrators can be in contact with a client and have the office Caller ID show up, so they do not receive phone calls on a personal phone after hours. Blink Voice turns the mobile phone into an extension of the phone system.

Voicemail to Email allows Administrators to easily manage voicemails by email on their computer or smartphone.

Administrators can make changes to their Auto Attendant remotely and turn on a delay or weather message.


All of Blink Voice Phone Systems are programmed, provisioned and installed with redundancy in mind. It’s Blink Voice preparation and attention to detail that ensures your phone system is installed correctly and continues to work properly. Back up program memory and remote failover are just two of the many redundancies features Blink Voice offers.


Every non-profit organization knows the importance of stretching each dollar. Blink Voice strategic partnership with service providers and manufactures enables Education, Government, and Non-Profit agencies to reduce its monthly telecommunication costs while maintaining the same or better quality of service. We keep both your non-profit operating costs at a minimum and your phone system running at peak performance, leveraging your communication and allowing you to re-invest in to your organization.

Non-Profit Phone System

Blink Voice offers multiple phone systems from the leading manufacturers in the telecommunications industry today. These systems are scalable and can be programmed to be simplistic or complex based on the unique Non-Profit needs.

Choose On-Site Programming or Remote Programming.

On-Site Programming: Our technicians program your phone system in our office based on the features you choose to utilize.

Remote Programming: Programming before installation makes the day of delivery as easy as “plug and play.”