There are many CiviCRM experts around the world. But how do you find them?
With the growing number of listed providers, we have decided to add additional search criteria to these directories.
So you can now search by:
- spoken language(s),
- service provided,
- supported CMS's (ie. Drupal, Joomla! or WordPress),
- or any combination thereof.
Happy searching, and please mention you've found their name in the CiviCRM provider's directory!
P.S. Providers can update their listing by logging into their account on civicrm.org and scrolling to the “Partner / Active...Read more
CiviCon Denver (and all the events taking place around the conference) will take place the week of April 20th. The marketing team needs your help to promote this event. We are launching a social media campaign and its success depends heavily on your involvement.
The campaign revolves around Reasons for Attending CiviCon. We are asking y'all (and yes, that includes YOU, whether you're an administrator, user, implementer, developer, partner or core team member) to not only tweet about #CiviCon, but to also post selfies with the reasons why you think others would benefit from attending #CiviCon.
Below are some sample tweets that you are free to use. We encourage you to come up with your own reasons if they're not listed below: ...Read more
My first exposure to CiviCRM was around 2009. I was working at Freeform Solutions, Canadian IT nonprofit organization that supports other nonprofits by providing technology support. We were looking for a CRM system that would support an HR organization that had a few thousands contact records. They needed a software that would allow all staff to access the same contacts database so that all staff members can update the records, send newsletters and other mass mailings and to run reports on the collected data to know what type of clients they work with. In the future, they were planning to do online events registrations, possibly with payments.
We've done some research and several things attracted us to use CiviCRM for this project:
- CiviCRM, being an open source software, meant to us, the developers, that if we had to tweak any functionality or add some new features, we could do that without having to rely on the creators of the...
Donate Now! In the 10 years that CiviCRM has been around, it has helped a wide spectrum of nonprofits, from the internationally recognized nonprofits (such as Amnesty International, and Doctors without Borders) to lesser known nonprofits (such as Ambassadors Football, Youth Orchestra Bucks County) raise funds and organize volunteer efforts that truly make a difference in our world.
CiviCRM has created a robust web-based, open source, highly customizable, CRM to meet organizations’ highest expectations right out-of-the box. There aren’t any licensing fees nor subscriptions fees! Each new release of this open source software reflects the very real needs of its users as enhancements are continually given back to the community. When...Read more
Hey CiviCRM community...there’s less than a month left before Giving Tuesday...18 days to be exact! We need your participation!
- 3 additional registrations for NTEN 2014
- Movements social justice fundraising conference
- Open Expo Day - Open Source Trade Show in Madrid (Spain).
- Social Media promotion for Civi User Summit
- CiviCRM Booth Allied Media Conference June 20-22nd in Detroit.
- Funds for CiviCRM booth at Stronger Together
- 10x10 booth at Science Fair + 1 conference registration. Science Fair NTEN 2015
Finding enough money in your budget to market your organization effectively can be challenging. Most nonprofit organizations need to focus their limited resources on providing programs and services. Google makes it easier for nonprofits with Google Ad Grants. That, in combination with CiviCRM provides a power engine fueling your marketing, outreach and CRM needs.
So let’s start with Google Grants...
GoogleGrants gives $120,000 per year of free advertising to each nonprofit which meets the requirements of the program (http://www.google.com/grants/eligibility.html).
What does this mean? Anytime you Google a word or phrase, there will be results at the top of the page and in the sidebar that returns relevant results. Most of the time, this is paid search (which is very different from organic search, but that’s a different topic for a different day.)
So $120,000 a...Read more
Today is a very special day: Sept. 10th is the Internet Slowdown. And you have most probably hear of Net Neutrality and seen the banners on prominent web properties such as WordPress, Mozzilla, Namecheap, Reddit, Netflix, Google, Vimeo, Tumblr, Foursquare, Etsy, Meetup, Digg, ACLU, EFF, Open Media and more than 7,000 other websites.
But ... whether:
- you know what this is all about or are totally ignorant on the topic,
- you want to get involved or couldn't care less,
- you are in the United States, Europe or any other part of the world,
... you HAVE to see this amazing video by famous comedian John Oliver.
There are four really interesting CiviCRM sessions penciled in for NTEN this year (in Austin, Texas). In order to ensure these sessions get run, we need to win a popularity contest. Please vote for CiviCRM sessions to ensure everyone attending NTEN gets the opportunity to learn more about CiviCRM. Voting is simple: Open this google doc to see all CiviCRM sessions planed, click on the link of the sessions you like the sound of, and vote the session up. Voting closes on 18th July (3 more days!) so head over to the site today and help spread the word about CiviCRM.