Today, we’re diving into Volunteers for Salesforce (V4S) – a volunteer management app that sits on top of Salesforce NPSP.Continue reading “Volunteers for Salesforce (V4S): What it Does, Why it Works & How to Get it”
To those shopping for your org’s next CRM: how’s that process treating you?Continue reading “8 Kinds of Nonprofit “CRM” Databases for Managing Constituents”
Background: I’m working with an org to help them get Volunteers for Salesforce up and running. So I did what any well-intentioned Salesforce volunteer would do. I went to Trailhead, since it wasn’t something I had implemented before!
Scenario: Using my own developer org (free, personal Salesforce instance), I walked through the following Salesforce Trailhead modules, in this order:Continue reading “Volunteers for Salesforce (V4S): Troubleshooting the Volunteer Job Signup page”
For many orgs, it’s the the end of the fiscal year. So it’s about that time when devo, IT, program and executive staff across the sector begin to ask the controversial question.
Is it time to ditch our nonprofit CRM / ESP / other database system?Continue reading “Should your nonprofit migrate to a new database?”
Employed for Good (EFG) is primarily a blog (though it’s poised to become a big more in 2021.) So I wanted to share an update on how the blog has done this year – both in terms of stats, and my own individual progress!Continue reading “Employed for Good – 2020, A Year in Review”
Gang. I’ve learned a ton working as a database admin.
Obviously, there’s the technical stuff I never thought I’d ever know. Like what it takes to build a Salesforce flow, the difference between coding languages (ish), and even how an API works.
Not that I could tell you what API actually stands for.Continue reading “11 Lessons Learned for being an Effective Database Admin”