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CiviCon 2014 - April 23-25, 2014

CiviCRM is a free and open source Constituent Relationship Management (CRM) software geared toward meeting the needs of nonprofits and other civic-sector organizations. With CiviCRM's robust feature set, organizations can further their mission through contact management, fundraising, event management, membership management, email marketing, surveys and petitions, case management, and much more. Thousands of nonprofit organizations worldwide, from the very large to the very small, do rely on CiviCRM for their day-to-day operations.

A nonprofit organization’s success depends on forging, growing and sustaining deep relationships with their constituents - donors, sponsors, volunteers, supporters, partners, beneficiaries and customers. Developed exclusively for nonprofit organizations, CiviCRM has created a robust web-based, open source, highly customizable CRM to meet the highest expectations right out-of-the box. Being free and open source, it is accessible to even the most cash-strapped and can be easily adapted to any organization’s unique needs. CiviCon San Francisco is the annual North American community event bringing together prospective and current end-users, administrators and developers of CiviCRM for content-rich lectures, discussions and networking.

Pre-Conference Discovery Sessions
Wednesday, April 23, 2pm-5pm - David Brower Center

CiviCon’s free pre-conference Discovery sessions are recommended for end-users and executive staff evaluating CiviCRM. Attendees will better understand how CiviCRM can meet the needs of nonprofits and civic-sector organizations through overview presentations on CiviCRM, use cases and user testimonials, and how to get started. Learn more about CiviCon’s free Discovery sessions.

Conference Keynote Speaker:

Kick-off CiviCon and learn about Web Experience Management during the plenary presentation from Holly Ross, Executive Director of the Drupal Association.

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