VolunteerMatch a nonprofit that strengthens communities by making it easier for good people and good causes to connect online. Boosted their visibility and built better relationships with Salesforce's CRM.
Take you mission further with the right nonprofit management tools. No matter how your nonprofit makes a difference, Google's nonprofit resources can help you connect to the people who matter, increase support, and raise greater awareness on a global stage.
The second CXWorks session is busily underway in Las Vegas, and we are excited to introduce one of the awesome students – Toynee Bodie. Having been laid off from her job at the end of 2016 but wanting to progress in the Customer Service industry, Toynee felt like finding the CXWorks program was a matter of fate. She recently shared her history and initial experience in the classroom with us in an interview. Keep your eyes out for Part 2 during graduation week when we’ll check-in with Toynee again to see what’s next!
According to Salesforce.org, "Salesforce for Nonprofits is the set of end-to-end solutions any nonprofit needs to become a connected nonprofit. Built for the social and mobile era, Salesforce for Nonprofits will connect your entire nonprofit— your partners, supporters, employees, and programs— so you can, deliver better programs and services, engage and strengthen your community, communicate more effectively, and raise more resources."
The ITWorks class of Fall 2016 has been hard at work after graduating from the program. Eleven weeks of class time, Cisco and Comp TIA certifications, and five week internships prepared this class better than ever before for entering the workforce. Twenty graduates are already employed in the IT field, only a month and a half after graduation. Read on to learn more about their thoughts on the program and where they are now!
Data teams and IT teams are the original partners. In the days of mainframes, those defined as guardians of digitized information were called DP (Data Processing). Today, your nonprofit could be seeing hundreds to thousands of data points daily.
There’s no denying that some of that information could be used by your organization, and you don’t need to be a statistics major to take advantage of it. Here are some things that can help you understand how your nonprofit can use data for good.
In the information age of today, data entry and analysis is a part of almost every employees job description. Why not spend less time painstakinly inputing and computing data with these Microsoft Excel Tips.