Advanced Communities became a Salesforce Impact Partner!

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Dear friends,

We’re so proud to announce that Advanced Communities is now the official Impact Partner!

What does Impact Partner status mean?

We enjoy working with different nonprofits and helping them to simplify and optimise all the different kinds of activities they do, from project management to fundraising. Our deep expertise in Salesforce allows us to develop personalised and easy-to-use solutions for different scenarios including membership organisations, volunteer and donor management, and student hubs for universities and colleges. Being granted partnership status is proof that we are a reliable partner to our customers and have an experienced and certified team who already led many client projects to success and undoubtedly will help you.

Our success stories

  • Greenpeace is a well-known environmental organisation. They asked us to update their existing community and move it to the Salesforce Experience Cloud platform. We built out a new branded volunteer community with a custom design and an intuitive interface that helps volunteers to connect at a single location, share photos, videos, create groups and events to communicate with other activists.
  • Guide Dogs is an organisation that provides services for people who are registered blind or partly sighted. They required help with one of their services – distribution of CustomEyes large print books for children with sight loss. We supplied Guide Dogs with our custom component AC eCommerce that allowed them to create a customisable online shop at their site so people could easily find what they need and make secure online payments with their debit or credit cards
  • Jobcare helps unemployed people to develop the skills needed in the workplace and to find jobs. They have a lot of volunteers who devote their time and share their experience to equip those looking for jobs with needed expertise. We provided Jobcare with our AC Volunteer Directory component that allows participants and volunteers to find and match with one another according to their capabilities.

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