Blog posts by roshani

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July 17, 2020
By roshani Filed under CiviEvent

With the new reality of living with Covid-19, it is difficult to host in-person meetings. At Plastic Pollution Coalition, we used to host in-person coalition meetings in several cities as a way for people to learn and network with others in their community. In June, we transitioned to doing webinars.

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August 20, 2019
By roshani Filed under CiviContribute, CiviMail, Case studies and user stories, CiviCRM, Tips

Plastic Pollution Coalition is a project of Earth Island Institute. We focus on:

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September 21, 2015
By roshani Filed under Community

We are ready to welcome everyone to DC for the CiviCRM User Summit on September 24-25!  If you want to catch Pope Francis, you will have to arrive earlier. I want to share a few DC tips with you all, and if you live in the DC Metro area, please feel free to comment below and share some tips too.

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May 21, 2015
By roshani Filed under Training

At Ginkgo Street Labs, we are often asked by clients which payment processor they should go with that integrates with CiviCRM. To make it easier for organizations to select which payment processor will work best for their organization, we researched several payment processor options, including iATS payments, Authorize.net, Paypal Pro for Nonprofits and Stripe, and compiled this information into a resource that can be used as a reference.

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May 4, 2015
By roshani Filed under CiviMobile

As we are living in an increasingly mobile-focused world, how can CiviCRM can be integrated with mobile and leverage features native to mobile? During the recent CiviCRM Sprint in Colorado, a group of us got together to discuss what currently exists, what's in the works and new features that would be helpful to include in the future. 

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March 31, 2015
By roshani Filed under Make it happen

We want to thank everyone in the open source and CiviCRM communities for their support for the CiviVolunteer 2.0 matching grant fundraising campaign. We were given the challenge of raising $15,000 by March 31st in order to access a matching grant for the same amount, and we raised $16,480!

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March 27, 2015
By roshani Filed under Extensions, Make it happen

As we get close to March 31st, we are excited to share that we have raised $9,250 of the $15,000 to get a matching grant to create CiviVolunteer 2.0.  Please consider donating what you can to show your support.  With this matching grant, we will be able to able volunteer management within CiviCRM more robust and powerful.  Here's what some of the contributors are saying about the importance of CiviVolunteer 2.0 to their organizations.

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March 17, 2015
By roshani Filed under Case studies and user stories

On March 9, 2015, the Horn Farm Center for Agricultural Education (HFC) won the 2015 Nonprofit Innovation Awards for Management Operations from the Central Penn Business Journal for their CiviCRM implementation.

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March 16, 2015
By roshani Filed under Case studies and user stories

It was great to see old friends and make new friends at the Nonprofit Technology Conference (#15NTC) in Austin from March 4-6.  I had a great time and learned a lot.

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February 17, 2015
By roshani Filed under Extensions

Working as a community, we can create something more powerful and benefit more people than we can working in silos. CiviVolunteer was born from the needs and generosity of a few. Today we invite you to become a CiviVolunteer Champion by funding the new features and improvements that you care about the most. A gracious and anonymous donor is providing a matching grant to the CiviCRM project, and Ginkgo Street Labs has been entrusted to use that grant to continue our development of CiviVolunteer. However, we need your help to take advantage of this. Help us raise $15,000 by March 31st, so the community doesn't miss this opportunity.

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