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Name of the Organization
Clifford Beers Clinic
Contact Person
Cara Pavelko
Job Title
Donor Relations Coordinator
Contact phone
203-901-8148
E-mail
cpavelko@cliffordbeers.org
Website
http://cliffordbeers.org
Interest
Health, Advocacy
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Clifford Beers Clinic is a mental health organization that serves 32 towns of Greater New haven and adminsters over a dozen out-patient programs for children ages 3-18 with behavioral and social problems.

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Donor management database

Posted on June 1, 2011 at 1:38pm 5 Comments

Hi All,

I am wondering if anyone can tell me which donor management database you use? We currently use raisers edge but are interested in getting some info on others.

 

Many thanks!

Cara

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At 1:01pm on May 25, 2011, Lee Cruz said…

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