CiviCRM for COVID-19 response

CiviLive | June 25, 2020

CiviCRM for COVID-19 response

PDT 9am · MDT 10am · EDT 12pm · UTC 4pm · BST 5pm · CET 6pm

A global virtual event about CiviCRM as a tool for COVID-19 and crisis response

As the world continues to adjust and deal with a range of challenges and fast-moving crises, this event will demonstrate some of the ways non-profits are using CiviCRM in their responses.

Whether you are new to the open source CRM for the civic sector, evaluating solutions, or an experienced user, there will be a mix of presentations and workshop discussions. With speakers from Calgary to Cologne, it is scheduled for daytime in the Americas, Europe and Western Africa. For the rest of the world, videos of the presentations will be available afterwards.

Schedule

9am PT · 10am MDT · 12pm EDT · 4pm UTC · 5pm BST · 6pm CET

Introductions

Donald Lobo
Founder of CiviCRM,
President, Chintu Gudiya Foundation

Neil Planchon
Smiling Heart Enterprises, CiviCRM Ambassador

Rose Lanigan
Ruza Solutions, CiviCRM Ambassador

Nicol Wistreich
Visuali.st, CiviCRM Ambassador

9.15am PT · 10.15am MDT · 12.15pm EDT · 4.15pm UTC · 5.15pm BST · 6.15pm CET

Main Hall : Case Studies

Five short presentations demonstrating uses of CiviCRM around the world in Covid-19 responses.

The CiviCRM Mutual Aid extension for matching needs & offers of help

Björn Enders, Systopia | Cologne, Germany

Coordinating bulk purchasing and distribution of food

Members of Flatbush United Mutual Aid will demo their use of CiviCRM to facilitate getting food to over 100 families/week, and talk about the process by which the techies and non-techies collaborated to make it a success.

Eric Goldhagen, Openflows Community Tech Coop
Amy Rebecca Marsico and Jacob Missen, Flatbush United Mutual Aid | New York, USA

Using CiviVolunteer to co-ordinate volunteers during lockdown

Louisa Peters, Volunteer Coordinator of Moor Allerton Elderly Care | Leeds, UK

Worker scheduling for a Community Health Centre's social dispatch team

Karin G, Semper IT,
Geoff Webber, Associate Director of Community & Social Initiatives at The Alex Community Health Centre | Calgary, Canada

Personal Campaigns for Peer to Peer Fundraising

Alejandro Salgado & Carolina Bardisa, iXiam | Barcelona, Spain

10.20am PT · 11.20am MDT · 1.20pm EDT · 5.20pm UTC · 6.20pm BST · 7.20pm CET

10 mins break

10.30am PT · 11.30am MDT · 1.30pm EDT · 5.30pm UTC · 6.30pm BST · 7.30pm CET

Breakout Rooms : Sessions

Each of the five previous presenters will host more detailed sessions – alongside sessions introducing CiviCRM, and introducing CiviCRM with WordPress – explaining their implementation and taking questions and answers.

Beginners' guide to CiviCRM

Rose Lanigan, Ruza Solutions | Bradford, UK

Using WordPress & CiviCRM

Kevin Cristiano & Dana Skallman, Tadpole Collective, New York, USA

Coordinating bulk purchasing and distribution of food

Eric Goldhagen, Openflows Community Tech Coop
Amy Rebecca Marsico and Jacob Missen, Flatbush United Mutual Aid | New York, USA

Crowdfunding in CiviCRM

Alejandro Salgado & Carolina Bardisa, iXiam | Barcelona, Spain

Worker scheduling for a Community Health Centre's social dispatch team

Karin G, Semper IT | Calgary, Canada

Using CiviVolunteer to co-ordinate volunteers during lockdown

Louisa Peters, Volunteer Coordinator of Moor Allerton Elderly Care | Leeds, UK

CiviCRM Mutual Aid extension for matching needs & offers of help

Björn Enders, Systopia | Cologne, Germany

11.00am PT · 12.00am MDT · 4.00pm EDT · 6.00pm UTC · 7.00pm BST · 8.00pm CET

Main Hall : Closing Remarks

11.15am PT · 12.15am MDT · 4.15pm EDT · 6.15pm UTC · 7.15pm BST · 8.15pm CET

Breakout Rooms : Further Sessions

Subject to each speakers availability, and audience demand, the seven breakout rooms will stay open for a further 30 minutes round of sessions and discussions.

11.30am PT · 12.30am MDT · 4.30pm EDT · 6.30pm UTC · 7.30pm BST · 8.30pm CET

The Coffee Pub

For those wanting to chat and catch-up - there will be a virtual space open for tea, coffee, beer – or whatever wonderful drink your kitchen can provide.

Pre-register for free to get the event links.

(we will close registration when we reach capacity)

While this event is free – if you would like to donate something, please consider donating towards a campaign championed by Donald Lobo, CiviCRM's founder, to contribute towards essential food supplies for people in India impacted by Covid-19, or directly to the CiviCRM Project here.

With thanks to…

Many thanks to everyone who has helped, especially:

Neil Planchon, Co-Organizer, CiviCRM Ambassador, Smiling Heart Enterprises
Nicol Wistreich,
Co-Organiser, Visuali.st & Screen.is
Alejandro Salgado & iXiam
video & streaming support.
Rose Lanigan, Ruza Solutions
Björn Endres, Systopia
Kevin Cristiano & Dana Skallman, Tadpole Collective
Karin Gjertsen, Semper IT
Birgit Pauli-Haack, Pauli Systems