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Your experience with Neon or eTapestry CRMs?

Started May 8 0 Replies

Hi all,IRIS is planning to transition to a new CRM to manage donors/donations and volunteers.  (We currently use Giftworks and have been perpetually frustrated by it.)  We've narrowed it down to Neon…Continue

 

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Name of the Organization
IRIS- Integrated Refugee & Immigrant Services
Contact Person
Kelly Hebrank
Contact phone
(203) 562-2095
E-mail
khebrank@irisct.org
Website
http://www.irisct.org
Interest
Food Assistance, Career Assistance, Housing Assistance, Health, Education, Adult Education, Financial Literacy
Description Interest
Each year, IRIS welcomes and resettles about 200 refugees to the New Haven area- people fleeing persecution in their home countries because of their race, religion, nationality, political opinion, or social group affiliation. IRIS helps refugees achieve self-sufficiency in the U.S. by providing basic needs such as housing, food, and clothing; and essential services including case management, English class, educational programs for children, health care assistance, legal services, and help finding a job. The mission of IRIS is to help refugees establish new lives, regain hope, and contribute to Connecticut's communities.

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IRIS is seeking input on donor databases

Posted on August 22, 2017 at 3:20pm 1 Comment

Hi all,

I know this topic comes up frequently, but IRIS is looking to change/upgrade its donor database, and is wondering what other groups' experiences have been.  We currently have Giftworks, and one option would be to upgrade to their new cloud edition, but we also want to explore other systems.  

If you are willing to share (via phone, in person, or email, whatever you prefer) about what system you use and what your experience has been like, can you let me know?…

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Job Opening: Program Manager for Nonprofit Educational Organization

Posted on July 22, 2016 at 2:03pm 0 Comments

Job Posting

Program Manager for Nonprofit Educational Organization

 

Overview: 

Salma Khatoon Academy (SKA) is looking to grow its organization and programming by hiring a Program Manager to oversee its educational initiatives.  Programs will take place in Branford, CT in a 12,000 ft2 school building on 2.75 acres of bucolic…

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IRIS is hiring a Operations and Finance Director

Posted on March 10, 2015 at 6:04pm 0 Comments

  IRIS- Integrated Refugee & Immigrant Services

Job Opening

Operations and Finance Director

March 2015

 

IRIS – Integrated Refugee & Immigrant Services (www.irisct.org), a dynamic nonprofit organization in New Haven CT, has an immediate opening for the full-time position of Operations and Finance Director.  IRIS…

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IRIS seeking PT Housing & Donations Coordinator

Posted on August 29, 2014 at 4:39pm 0 Comments

Housing and Donations Coordinator (Part Time)

This is a part-time position- averaging about 30 hours per week. 

 

IRIS – Integrated Refugee & Immigrant Services (www.irisct.org), a dynamic nonprofit organization in New Haven CT, has an immediate opening for the part-time position of Housing & Donations Coordinator.  IRIS helps refugees—people fleeing persecution in their home…

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At 12:26pm on March 4, 2011, Lee Cruz said…

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