Ruta Civica (Civic Route) is a Mexican volunteer based organization working in civic education and promoting citizen participation in public affairs. Through different campaigns, our mission is to develop the involvement of citizens in the making of the Constitution and laws for Mexico City and its urban planning. Since land zoning, construction and public works decisions have to pursue the public interest.
KAIROS is a charitable joint venture administered by the United Church of Canada. Through KAIROS, 11 churches and religious organizations work together in faithful action for ecological justice and human rights. Formed in 2001 by bringing together over 10 previous inter-church coalitions, our justice commitments reach back over 40 years.
A Solution that allows Volunteers Worldwide to Work Together
The Organization for Transformative Works (OTW), a nonprofit run by and for fans to provide access to and preserve the history of fan work and fan cultures. OTW is an all-volunteer organization that is based entirely online. Volunteers from around the world work together via e-mail, chat, and cloud-based project management software, in most cases without ever meeting in person.
Cividesk recently spoke with Kristen Murphy, the membership data specialist for OTW’s Development and Membership committee who shared her experience using CiviCRM.
A new member of our Giving Back Program
A Little Help is a volunteer based nonprofit organization in Denver, Colorado. We started in 2005 as Washington Park Cares when a group of retirees recognized the desire of many seniors in the area to stay in their own homes and contribute to their respective communities. These neighbors based their model on the national village movement, where neighbors coordinate and deliver essential services within their community to allow elders to remain in their homes. In 2007, we incorporated as a 501(c)(3) with the mission of providing older adults with non-medical services essential to maintaining active, productive lives in their own homes within community.
Founded in 1906, the Bermuda Chamber of Commerce is the Island’s oldest and largest trade organization, comprising some 500 members, representing virtually every industry sector.
With a clear focus on advocacy, networking, communication and lobbying, the Chamber stands as a singular voice for commerce in the community. Organized by divisions, our members seek to address issues of mutual interest by market sector.
A Little Help is a nonprofit organization that connects neighbors across ages to enhance lives and strengthen our communities. Our mission is simple: connecting neighbors to help seniors thrive. A Little Help fosters community by connecting our elders with services and resources as they navigate the unknowns of aging and build meaningful connections with neighbors of all ages.
The Movement Strategy Center (MSC) is dedicated to transformative movement building. MSC seeks to create a movement ecosystem of deeply connected groups that share values and rely on each other to respond to the needs of impacted communities, advance policy solutions, and transform the lives of people on the frontlines of change.
Join us at CiviCon Colorado on June 2 & June 3 and don't miss Cividesk presentations!
Attending CiviCon is a wonderful experience, and we encourage you to join us there.
Thursday, June 2:
- What is CiviCRM? What can it do for your organization?
- Improving the Extensions Ecosystem
- Best Practices for Managing Special Events
- Drupal vs WordPress vs Joomla! Showdown
The Douglas County Educational Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit which works with corporations and organizations to develop private resources to enrich education within Douglas County schools for the fulfillment of lifelong learning experiences of our students, citizens and community.
The Foundation achieves this mission by directing support where appropriate toward the following objectives:
For the fourth year in a row, Denver has had a growing and thriving CiviDay co-organized by Cividesk and Teaming 4 Technology. We welcomed nearly 45 attendees for an all-day event in the beautiful venue at the Mile High United Way.
Both Cividesk and Upleaf presented sessions in the morning. Then after lunch we continued full speed ahead in the afternoon with 2 different training sessions for new users and intermediate users and a co-working session where Cividesk and Upleaf teamed up as experts in the field to answer any questions related to CiviCRM.