Every association whether big or small can do with a little sponsorship. Sponsorship is one of the fuels that keeps the engine running for associations. You can fund your events, projects, and initiatives that benefit your members and communities.
Earlier this week Tina and Patrick from Embracing Age gave a detailed and insightful talk about their journey to adopt CiviCRM at CiviUsers UK. They've come a long way in a short period of time. It's impressive to see how much they've achieved on a limited budget and without a dedicated IT department.
They shared how they have successfully integrated CiviCRM into their daily operations, including:
There has been a security release for CiviCRM. Upgrades are available for:
Join us in November/December for the biggest CiviCRM event of the year. This is a fantastic opportunity for you to learn more about CiviCRM and get involved in the community.
CiviCRM Manchester takes place over a ten-day period from 29 November to 8 December. There is lots happening - whether you are new to CiviCRM or have been using it for years, there will be something for you. This is an event that you can't afford to miss so book your place now!
From the moment a prospect first learns about your association until they evolve into a loyal member, a journey unfolds that is filled with interactions, engagement, and growth.
We've harnessed the magic of CiviCRM as an effective tool in our member lounge portal to manage interactions, engage members, and foster meaningful relationships.
This free event is a great opportunity to meet other CiviCRM users, share best practice and learn from each other.
This may be of more importance to anyone who ran some queries to delete old CiviCase revisions, but can affect anyone who uses the Schedule Followup section at the bottom of the activity form regularly, either on case activities or non-case activities.
Some activities you didn't mean to delete may have been deleted as well. For more information see https://lab.civicrm.org/-/snippets/93