CiviCRM is a great solution for non-profits looking to integrate their fundraising, event, membership, grant and email management systems. JMA Consulting is a leader in developing extensions and core contributions for CiviCRM.
At the Wikimedia Foundation, we leverage CiviCRM to maintain millions of records of donors and their contributions. Working with the product and particularly with the community has been a terrific experience. There's nothing quite like two open source organizations working together to meet their respective goals while ultimately strengthening the open source community as a whole.
As non-profit consultants working for non-profit organizations, we found CiviCRM to be particularly well suited to answer the common needs of activist associations, charities and other medium-sized groups. Based in Montréal, we've helped local and international organizations migrate to CiviCRM to manage their memberships, events, communications and fundraising campaigns. We empower our clients and assist them when they need us.
The CiviCRM community provides knowledge, skills and development. It enables me to help where I can, such as with translations. CiviCRM is an amazing piece of software and in combination with Drupal provides great possiblities.
CiviCRM WordPress Member Sync keeps a WordPress user in sync with a CiviCRM membership by granting either a role or capabilities to a WordPress user who has that membership.
This enables you to have, among other things, members-only content on your website that is only accessible to current members as defined by the membership types and status rules that you set up in CiviCRM.
When people sign up for an event, you may want to offer registration for an additional event or membership dues while they're checking out. This extension ties event registration or membership to a price option, so you have full control over the price--potentially offering a discounted bundle rate.
Many thanks to Maggie for the initial development.
A collection of tokens we've been asked to do at various points including
- today's date
- name of other contact in a relationship (this gives the name of one persion with x relationship to the given contact - only in a->b direction - useful for getting spouse's name if you know there will only ever be one)
- expiry date of current membership (if exists) - will retrieve the membership that finishes latest
If there is a contact with a b relationship to this contact that has the same kind of membership as this contact, this extension creates a button in the edit membership screen that allows the user set that membership as the parent membership.
Allows users to set an owner membership for an individual membership, provided a relationship exists between the two contacts and the primary member has a membership of the same type as the individual membership.
This extension facilitates uploading CSVs via the CiviCRM import interface. Useful for bulk uploading events or campaigns etc.
The civicrm api entity can be set to, for example, Event or Campaign. (Note that for entities like Contribution Pages you need to use API names - either ContributionPage or contribution_page). The same permissions apply as for any api create call.
To use you need to go to civicrm/csvimporter/import . More notes are in the README.
PayZang has developed a payment processor plugin for CiviCRM (4.2.9) on Drupal that allows organizations to accept ACH and Credit/Debit Card payments. This plugin allows you to do recurring as well one-time payments using both ACH and Credit/Debit Cards. In addition, it allows you to add ACH as a payment instrument and enables accepting contributions, memberships and event fees using ACH and Credit/Debit cards. PayZang allows you to plugin any existing merchant account from First Data, Global, Elavon, TSYS and Vantiv.
Prevent users from overwriting their record while trying to add a new participant / contribution / membership.
CiviCRM by default pre-selects your own contact details when you register to an event (or other public visible forms) if you are logged in. It is generally a good thing, but might lead to errors, for instance when a team member will overwrite their own contact record, or if a person forwards an invitation they received to someone else. This extension makes the first and last name fields read only, to prevent these mistakes.