Percolator said farewell to Barbara Christensen at the end of 2021, our very first employee, NPSP wizard, and a dear friend. We took some time to talk with Barbara and reflect on her seven-year tenure at Percolator and what she has in store next. Looking back at the projects you have worked on, our incomplete …
Tag: Percolator Love
Percolator Consulting loves our clients! From food and environmental justice to education and progressive leadership, these blogs highlight the projects and people we admire, as well as our work with them.
Columbus Statue Removal
Kai Addae's experience at a Columbus statue removal in New Haven, CT.
Can’t protest? You can watch the livestream. And then send the money.
If you want to work to undo systemic racism and police brutality and you can’t go to a protest or are looking for additional ways to get involved, open your wallet.
Sacred Heart Community Service Coronavirus Response
Read about the amazing work Sacred Heart Community Service's staff and volunteers, supported by Percolator, have done in Santa Clara County in response to the impact of the Coronavius outbreak.
Percolator’s 2018 Gift Guide
Need some last-minute gift ideas? Here are some smart and thoughtful options offered by our clients. Happy holidays!
This month we say goodbye to one of our founders, Chris McCullough, who is leaving us for new adventures. Chris played a major role in building Percolator, and we will miss him mightily! We asked Chris about these past six years... and his 28 jobs!
What happened at Dreamforce 17
At Dreamforce 2017 last week, Percolator enjoyed time with clients, celebrating women in tech, and learning these tips for admins and engagement superstars!
Percolator at NTC 2017
We were at NTC 2017 last month, were you? Team Percolator gave two presentations about Salesforce integrations that engage...and won some pool.
A Beautiful Custom Volunteer Platform
Speaking of lovely integrations (because aren’t we always?), here’s a story about a custom volunteer management platform we launched last year for the Washington Trails Association (WTA).
A New Definition of Greatness
“If you want to be important—wonderful. If you want to be recognized—wonderful. If you want to be great—wonderful. But recognize that he who is greatest among you shall be your servant. That’s a new definition of greatness.” Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. How lucky we are that our nation sets aside a day to be great …
Goodbye, 2016! (the remix)
So 2016…First we lost Prince, and now we’ve lost our national minds. No matter what is happening in the topsy turvy world, at the Percolator office one constant is music. We worked, played, wallowed (just a little), and danced (a lot) to these inspiring tunes this year. Enjoy! In no particular order, this is our 2016 …
Hitting the Trail at Dreamforce ’16
This week, Percolator will be trekking to San Francisco to learn, share knowledge, and play at Dreamforce, Salesforce’s annual event. You’ll find us camping at the Salesforce.org Lodge to hear how you turn followers into champions, checking out tech and strategy sessions, and meeting with nonprofits about our engagement tracking app, StepUp. Want to meet up? …
Sacred Heart Gets San Jose Kids Ready for School
We love our client, Sacred Heart Community Service, and their work to alleviate poverty in Santa Clara County. Sacred Heart builds community and engages their members to advocate for better policy on housing, education, immigration, etc. They also provide critical services and resources. This week leads up to one of their biggest events of the …
Where we’ll be at NTC
Are you going to NTEN’s annual conference for all things nonprofit tech this week? So are we! Karen and Sarah have packed all the chocolate covered coffee beans they can carry and are heading for San Jose to talk engagement strategy, Salesforce integration, and StepUp. Below are all the places you can meet up with us at the …
We’re Thankful for Clients Like Sacred Heart Community Service
Sacred Heart Community Service in San Jose is working to build a community free from poverty by creating hope, opportunity, and action. The organization provides essential services, works to improve lives, advocates for justice, and inspires their community to love, serve, and share. We’re big fans of Sacred Heart and have been talking with the …