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rayogram hosts CiviCRM co-working on Monday, May 21st.

We have hosted four CiviCRM MeetUps in New York City so far this year with interesting case studies presented by developers and organizations all around the country (see a complete list with links to case studies below).

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Rayogram, The Open Bureau and New Amsterdam Ideas are excited to announce that we will be co-hosting monthly Drupal Co-Working Fridays in New York City's Tribeca neighborhood starting tomorrow Friday March 30th.

Please feel free to drop in to Rayogram's wonderful offices any time from 10am-5pm on March 30th to co-work.

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Kellie Brownell, donor relations coordinator of The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) will demonstrate how EFF uses open source technology to sustain its role as the leading organization defending civil liberties in the digital world.

REGISTER TODAY to join us Thursday, March 22 5:30-7:30 pm.

Hosted in rayogram's TriBeCa office at 79 Leonard St #5 between Church and Broadway.

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Demonstrating our commitment to the use of open source technologies to help non profits, private foundations and government agencies reach their potential - rayogram has helped launch a new Web site for CiviCRM.

CiviCRM is a Web-based, open source, Constituent Relationship Management (CRM) software geared toward meeting the needs of non-profit and other civic-sector organizations.

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Non profits report that, when deployed, Peer-to-Peer Fundraising soon accounts for up to 50% of their online donations.

On Thursday, February 23, Jeff Porter from Foundation For Prader-Willi Research presented to the monthly CiviCRM MeetUp hosted by rayogram. His in-depth presentation illustrated how The Foundation extended the open source CiviCRM Personal Campaign Pages feature to expand the Foundation's growing peer-to-peer fundraising initiative worldwide.

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José Gonzalez will share how New York Communities For Change (NYCC) organizes its members and uses resources more effectively with PowerBase (an open source, Drupal over CiviCRM system) - embracing the idea that technology can be leverage in
the fight for economic and social justice.

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Zuccotti Park, just 12 blocks southwest of rayogram, is notable for the diversity of its public sculpture: The bright-red steel beams of Mark di Suvero's abstract Joie de Vivre, soar like a stick figure 70 feet above the sidewalk while Seward Johnson's super-realistic bronze Double Check depicts a businessman rooted to a park bench.

This month Zuccotti stages a diverse conversation of a different sort. The Occupy Wall Street protests have annexed the privately owned plaza as ground zero for its growing political movement.

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With the conviction that worsening environmental problems required urgent attention - The Beldon Fund reorganized itself as a "spend-out" foundation and dedicated all its principal and earnings over a ten year period to build a national consensus on how best to achieve and sustain a healthy planet.

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Socials for Change and On the Issues Magazine are pleased to present:

Engaged Activism: A Conversation on Global Sex Trafficking - Tuesday, October 18.

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Students 2 Science

Students 2 Science (S2S) inspires, motivates and educates students to pursue careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.

Come meet Students 2 Science Executive Director Donald Truss as he illustrates the success his organization has had managing and sustaining supporter relationships using the open source software CiviCRM for membership and donor management, contributions, e-communications and events.

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