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Fundraising for Technology

Fundraising for Technology

One of every nonprofits’ fantasies is a foundation in the business of providing money for technology-focused projects – new websites, databases, fundraising systems or expensive servers, cloud services, and so forth. Still waiting for this dream foundation to appear? In the mean time, what do…

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Technology for Nonprofits

Technology for Nonprofits

Making Decisions in a World of Constant Change In the past 13 years, we have spoken with close to thousands of nonprofit executives who are highly effective – able to drive the organization, make strategic messaging decisions, effect change, measure impact, ensure financial performance and…

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Receive a free copy of IdealWare’s Low Cost Nonprofit Content Management Systems report

Receive a free copy of IdealWare’s Low Cost Nonprofit Content Management Systems report

Confluence was proud to be a sponsor of IdealWare’s 2012 report, “A Consumers Guide to Low Cost Nonprofit Content Management Systems”. This 138-page report provides an easy-to-understand description of common CMS capabilities and explains the different between open source and proprietary software. The bulk of the…

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Progressive Enchantment: Crafting a Responsive Redesign

Progressive Enchantment: Crafting a Responsive Redesign

With my cohorts, or partners in crime as they may become, we will knock the socks off of the audience and NTEN staff when we redesign the NTEN homepage! Daniel Ferro of Forum One, Sean Powell of The Engage Group, and myself, Karin Tracy of…

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Trends and Confusions in Technology within the Nonprofit Sector

Trends and Confusions in Technology within the Nonprofit Sector

Originally posted on Olive Grove’s Pit Stop blog Wondering what your peers are doing in technology? Concerned you’re not keeping up? Confused? Confluence’s CEO Dr. Lisa Rau shares her views of the latest trends and confusions in technology use within the sector. The 360 Degree Proposition:…

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CiviVolunteer beta is released!

CiviVolunteer beta is released!

Exciting news from our CiviCRM team here at Confluence – the beta version of CiviVolunteer has been released! What is CiviVolunteer? The CiviVolunteer extension provides tools for signing up, managing and tracking volunteers.The features for this release focus on volunteering at events, but the design…

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Tradeshow booth design – two in one week!

Tradeshow booth design – two in one week!

Two long-term clients, Nello Wall Systems and Ecosystem Investment Partners, recently requested updates to their tradeshow booth designs. While we designed each of these at separate times, we were struck by the timing of these revisions and reprinting request – both booth designs went to…

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Confluence goes stand up paddleboarding!

Confluence goes stand up paddleboarding!

Confluence is working with American Whitewater on a large-scale website redesign and development project that will include vast improvements to the Accident and Rivers databases, in addition to a new look feel and highly customized Drupal installation. AW kindly reached out to one of its…

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CiviVolunteer

CiviVolunteer

With our partners, Friends of Georgia State Parks, Confluence is developing a module extension for CiviCRM called CiviVolunteer. CiviVolunteer extends CiviCRM to help organizations manage their volunteers – recruiting, training, assignment, and scheduling through to tracking and rewards programs. Better volunteer management tools have been…

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DC Scavenger Hunt

DC Scavenger Hunt

A few Friday’s ago, the DC-based Confluence team left the office a little early and headed out for a team activity – a scavenger hunt throughout the neighborhood of Penn Quarter. We broke into teams and each team leader logged into the Stray Boots website to…

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