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Video – Google+ for Nonprofits

April 19, 2013

Fast forward to the 3:00 mark for the start of the presentation.

5 Things Nonprofits Should Know About Google+ 4-18-13 12.58 PM from Orange Leap on Vimeo.

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OrangeCon2013 Agenda

April 16, 2013

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Please be sure to take advantage of Early Bird pricing which will end on April 30, 2013.

When:  May 21 – 22, 2013 (Tuesday and Wednesday)

Where:  Addison Conference Centre

Register here

We’ve put together two day of great content to enrich your knowledge and equip you to put that knowledge to work in getting the most from your Orange Leap and MPX solutions.  OrangeCon2013 gives us a chance to meet in person and provides you with an opportunity to network with other nonprofit professionals using Orange Leap and MPX.  Here are some important links:

To review the agenda of sessions:  Conference Schedule

With the Addison Conference Centre as the new venue of OrangeCon2013, you have a variety of choices and price ranges for hotels:  Accommodations

Take advantage of Early Bird Pricing by registering before April 30, 2013:  Registration

Registration fees for OrangeCon2013 are $299 per attendee, but here are several ways to enjoy lower registration fees:

  1. Register by April 30, 2013 and take advantage of Early Bird registration fees of $199 per attendee.
  2. Purchase 2 registration and get the 3rd registration free.  Three registrations for the price of two allow you to give an additional staff member two day of informative sessions and training at the conference.
  3. Orange Plush Membership Benefits – one of the benefits of your Orange Plush memberships is free conference registration:
    • Silver members receive 1 complimentary registration
    • Gold members receive 2 complimentary registrations
    • Platinum members receive 3 complimentary registrations

Orange Plush members are still required to register, but there will be no charge for the registration(s) covered by your membership level.

May 1, 2013, registration fees increase to $299.

The hotels within walking distance of the Conference Centre are:  Hyatt House, Hawthorne Suites, Holiday Inn Express.  Marriott Quorum and Springhill Suites and the InterContinental are very close as well and all will provide a complimentary shuttle service to/from the hotel to the Conference Centre.

We’ll be adding more details of the conference on Confluence and the website as sessions are finalized, but the same training and product focus that you value will be at the cores of OrangeCon2013 to help you realize even more benefit from Orange Leap.  We look forward to seeing you!

Register here

Drop by the Orange Leap Booth at AFP!

March 26, 2013

AFP OLWe’re sending a team to San Diego to AFP and will be in booth number 1100 in the exhibit hall.

Conferences like AFP are a great time to reconnect with our clients and share great ideas learned at the sessions and from other nonprofit leaders.  If you’re going attend, please be sure to stop by and say hello.  Randy, Kent and Kevin will be at the conference to talk about the aspiration you have for your organization and the latest news on Orange Leap and MPX.  We’ll have some Orange Leap goodies at the booth to thank you for stopping by.  We hope to see you there!

Meet the Team: Q & A with Dorothy Edwards

September 2, 2012

Q:  What do you like best about working for Orange Leap?

A:  All the friendly people!

Q:  What do you do at Orange Leap?

A:  Director of Finance and Administration

Q:  What’s the one thing you wish all nonprofits knew about Orange Leap?

A:  How hard everyone works to help ensure the success of our clients.

Q:  What do you like to do to recharge your battery?

A:  Play with my 11 month old son and go walking with friends.

Q:  Outside of loved ones and pets – what’s you favorite thing in the house?

A:  My kitchen!

Q: Your favorite sports and teams?

A:  College football!!!  SMU and University of Tennessee

Meet the Team: Q&A with Kent Hollrah, President

September 1, 2012

Q: What do you like best about working for Orange Leap?

A:  The chance to work with so many great people who are committed to serving the nonprofit community.

 

Q:  What do you do at Orange Leap?

A:  I help provide overall management and leadership for the company.  Specifically I’m responsible for establishing our new go to market strategies including development of our reselling and referral partner channels.  I also work closely with Tawn Gutermuth and his Professional Services team.

 

Q:  What’s the one thing you wish all nonprofits knew about Orange Leap?

A:  That we really do have the best Constituent Management System for most nonprofits.

 

Q:  What do you like to do to recharge your battery?

A:  Hang out with friends and family.

 

Q:  Favorite movies?

A:  Bourne Identity, Bourne Supremacy, Bourne Ultimatum and Bourne Legacy.

 

Q:  Favorite books?

A:  How to Win Friends and Influence People, Killing Lincoln, John Adams.

 

Q:  Outside of loved ones and pets – what’s your favorite thing in the house?

A:  My big screen, plasma TV.

 

Q:  Favorite sports and teams?

A:  Texas Rangers, Oklahoma Sooners, Texas A&M Fight’en Aggies

 

Q: School affiliation?

A:  Graduate University of Oklahoma (a long time ago) more recently, Texas Aggie by checkbook.

Orange Leap — Simple

November 10, 2010

A simple explanation of how Orange Leap On-Demand software can help organize and manage constituent and donor relationships for non-profit fund raising organizations.

Tanzanian rats sniff out mines (and they use Orange Leap as their CRM solution!)

November 8, 2010

A project in Tanzania is teaching rats how to save human lives. Blessed with a keen sense of smell, they are being trained to detect land mines and have so far helped clear nearly two million squared… Find Out More