We’re ending another great year of NTEN Happy Hours by ringing in the holidays a little early! Tonight (Thursday, November 29) at 6 pm at Madhatter DC, we’ll be celebrating with food, fun, and folly. They’ll be FREE prizes to give away as well as complimentary appetizers and drinks specials. So if you’re not too busy trying to fit in your holiday shopping, you should stop by! We’ll be located in the Upside Down room, which is located past the bar on the first floor.
Hope to see you there!
I can’t wait any longer. I have to ask.
What did you get us for #GivingTuesday?
Nothing? Not one little thing?
Ah, not yet, you say. What with all the Black Fridaying and Cyber Mondaying, you’ve been swamped, eh? Totally understand! Haven’t we all! Read more »
As the NTEN Happy Hour Coordinator here in DC, I rely on the support of my NTEN contact, Sarah Janczak, to help me market our monthly happy hours, reimburse funds spent on the event, and supply me with awesome NTEN swag to pass out at said event. Since taking over the NTEN Happy Hours in November of 2010, Sarah has been a constant source of support and encouragement in making my events a success. I’m so thankful that I had the chance to get to know Sarah and work with her on an (almost) weekly basis.
That being said, I’m so saddened (for me) but excited (for her) to see Sarah leave NTEN after four wonderful years. She’ll be going on to an awesome position PwC Advisory in Austin, Texas. You can read about her new adventure here. I’m sure it’ll be an amazing experience for her, one that she can thank NTEN for helping her acquire.
Thanks again, Sarah, for all the fabulous NTEN memories. Best of luck in the future!
Everybody knows the web world is mobile – but we’re all at different points along the continuum of how mobile-ready our web presence actually is. As a web development firm serving non-profits, we meet folks everday who are aiming to go further along that contiuum.
We want to know where YOUR organization stands. Dreaming about being mobile-ready? Or having nightmares? Sporting a cool mobile-specific site that contains a portion of your full site? Jamming with a fully responsive design for your entire site? We want to know!
Take a moment to share the good, the bad, and the ugly for your organization. We will compile the results and share highlights through our blog and newsletter as well as at the upcoming Technology for Nonprofits Discussion Group on November 29th put on by 501cTech and the Nonprofit Roundtable of Greater Washington. Don’t want to be identified by name? No worries! Just check the box asking to be kept anonymous.
You’re a consultant. You know Salesforce.com like the back of your hand. You use this power for good – not evil! – by working with groovy non-profits heaven-bent on crushing disease or feeding hungry folks or lovin’ Mother Earth or doing any manner of creatively-inspired mayhem that cultivates the social good. And you help make that happen through Salesforce.com development.
That’s you, eh? Sweet! We like you already!
We’re two of a kind, we tell ya. And we should totally hook up. Read more »
Our little Soapbox Mailer for Salesforce kiddo is growing like a weed! Not yet two months old from its launch at Dreamforce 2012, the little tyke has shown dynamic global growth in downloads from the AppExchange, having been installed by folks in more than ten countries across four continents.
Not too shabby for a not-yet-two-month-old!
We can’t say we’re too surprised, proud parents that we are. Our little one had a leg up on the other kids, even those much older than him. Salesforce-native. Affordable. Snazzy social sharing tools. Real-time metrics. The kid’s got good DNA, we tell ya!
We’ve updated our schedule of free webinars from now until the end of the calendar year.
Interested in learning how Soapbox Engage can help you integrate your current online presence with Salesforce.com for online donations, event management and much more? Current Non-Profit Soapbox user looking to brush up on your skills? We’ve got just the webinars to meet your needs!
Space is limited. Register today!
There’s a lot of blah blah blah these days about social media this and that. We get it. It’s cool. We’re down with the Twitters and the Facebookery.
But what does it all really add up to? If you share something, how to know if it means squat? Read more »