This year is flying by! We have had some great Campfire Chats this year.
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Thanks to everyone who was able to join us for the CiviCRM Campfire Chat on Friday, March 26, 2021! Sign up for the next Campfire Chat on Friday, April 30, 2021, where we will be talking about using CiviCRM for Digital Fundraising.
Thanks to everyone who attended the February 26 Campfire chat!
Thanks to everyone who joined us for the January 8 Campfire Chat to discuss successes from 2020, and plans for 2021. Special thanks to Corey Burger with the Greater Victoria Cycling Coalition, and Neil Planchon with the CiviCRM Community Council for helping to organize the event.
Happy 2021! Join us for a virtual campfire chat to talk about successes from 2020, and plans for 2021.
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.
Plastic Pollution Coalition is a project of Earth Island Institute. We focus on:
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.
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.
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.