Imagine trying to get feedback on a document. You attach the file to an email, send it to your team and they review the file. Some emailed you directly with input; others replied-all. Now, you have the not-so-efficient task of consolidating everyone’s feedback back into one document.
The Leacock Foundation runs educational programs that reach underserved youth in South Africa and in Toronto -- all with just a handful of staff. How are they able to accomplish this feat? With a lot of passion, hard work and good tech planning.
Learn how Furniture Bank, a registered charity and social enterprise based in Toronto, used iPads and SalesForce to help an additional 2,600 households a year.
Community Living North Halton (CLNH) uses Google to host their emails and no, they don’t end with @gmail.com.
Constituent Relationship Management (CRM) can vastly improve a nonprofit's operations, fundraising initiatives, volunteer management and more, but deciding on a CRM system can be a very difficult task. Dianne McLeod, Program Coordinator at the Cambridge Self Help Food Bank (CSHFB), shares with us her experience with implementing a new CRM (Sumac) at CSHFB.
To help nonprofits understand the process of implementing and migrating to new CRM, I spoke with Markus Stadelmann-Elder, Director of Communications at Maytree Foundation, about his experience with choosing and implementing a SalesForce.
Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Canada Gains Flexible Access, Consistent Communications with Microsoft Dynamics CRM
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