Posts Tagged ‘partner’

501 Commons Salesforce team joins Soapbox Engage Partner community

501 Commons logoWe’re pleased as can be to welcome the good folks in the shadow of the Space Needle as the newest certified Soapbox Engage Partner: 501 Commons. From their coffee-fueled corner of the Emerald City, 501 Commons empowers non-profits throughout Washington State with Salesforce know-how so they have what they need to make a world of difference.

From data tracking to management to reporting, their team works with non-profits to plan, create, and support a system that will work for their organization for years to come. No wonder we have so much in common and why we’re so happy to have them join the Soapbox Engage Partner program!

If your firm is interested in becoming a certified Soapbox Engage Partner, check out the Soapbox Engage Partner program details and submit your application today!

 

Soapbox site launch: Weatherize DC

weatherizeIn February, PICnet collaborated with our design partners and DC neighbors Free Range Studios, to launch a new Soapbox site for Weatherize DC. The campaign is part of The DC Project, a DC non-profit founded by former leaders of the Obama for America campaign. The DC Project advances economic and environmental justice by creating clean energy career opportunities for people who need them most. Staff are trained in grassroots organizing techniques rooted in metrics-based, data-driven field methods that empower neighborhood volunteers to affect systemic change.

Here are a few highlights from the project and the website:

  • Integration with Democracy-in-Action (DIA) donate, events, and e-newsletter subscription
  • Real time Twitter updates
  • Facebook Fanbox widget that allows for dynamic display of current fans and provides option for end user to become a Facebook fan from the Soapbox site
  • Embedding of WeatherizeDC YouTube channel
  • Custom design for new Soapbox Slideshow on home page
  • Use of new Title Manager

And now a word from Free Range Studios designer Kathi Bahr: “It was truly a pleasure collaborating with an organization that’s doing positive (and tangible!) work for the DC community. We were given complete creative freedom in order to build the new WeatherizeDC brand from start to finish, beginning with a logo design and then website design. It’s rewarding to know we were part of a team that established a creative tool that community members will see and interact with directly.”

In summary – great project, great partner, a great success. Excellent job, team!