CAPTRUST | June 18, 2022
The CAPTRUST Community Foundation (CCF), an employee-run 501(c)(3), announced its 2022 Charity of Choice, receiving a $100,000 grant: The Green Chair Project. Additionally, five nonprofits were selected to receive CCF national grants of $25,000 each.
Founded in 2007, the CCF's mission is to enrich the lives of children in communities we serve. Through the end of 2021, the CCF has awarded over $3.879 million in grants to charitable organizations across the country that help children. Fundraising is primarily via employee payroll deductions that are matched by CAPTRUST.
The Green Chair Project will receive a $100,000 grant to support its mission of providing the essentials of home to neighbors in need facing the challenges of homelessness, crisis, or disaster in Wake County, North Carolina. The grant will directly support Green Chair's Sweeter Dreams program, providing beds and cribs to 400 children and babies in Wake County who lack a safe place to sleep. In addition to the funding, Green Chair will receive support from CCF volunteers throughout the year.
We are so grateful to be selected as the CAPTRUST Community Foundation's 2022 Charity of Choice. The CCF's trust in our mission ensures that more children in need in Wake County, North Carolina will have a safe and comfortable place to sleep."
Jackie Craig, Green Chair's co-founder and chief executive officer
In addition to its work with The Green Chair Project, the CCF selected five charities that will receive national grants of $25,000 in 2022. The five recipients are:
Communities In Schools of Wake County. CIS Wake surrounds students in Wake County, North Carolina, with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life.
Families Together. Families Together moves families in Wake County, North Carolina, and surrounding counties from homelessness to stable homes through mentoring, housing support, and connection to community resources.
Kinetic Kids, Inc. A San Antonio, Texas, organization that supports children with special needs and their families through adapted sports, fine arts, and educational programs.
Sunrise Day Camps Association. Sunrise supports children with cancer and their siblings nationwide through the creation and oversight of welcoming, inclusive summer day camps, year-round programs, and in-hospital recreational activities, all offered free of charge.
TABLE. TABLE's mission is to create equitable access to healthy food and provide nutrition education to children in Orange County, North Carolina.
"We recognize the immense needs of children across our communities as we all recover from the effects of COVID-19," said Philip D'Unger, president of the CCF and manager, wealth planning, at CAPTRUST. "We are incredibly excited and fortunate to work with this year's Charity of Choice, The Green Chair Project, as well as the national grant recipients, who all do amazing work in their respective communities."
About the CAPTRUST Community Foundation
The CAPTRUST Community Foundation was organized in 2007 to provide CAPTRUST employees with opportunities to participate as a group in community outreach efforts. The foundation is a registered 501(c)(3) charity and is eligible to receive tax-deductible contributions.
CAPTRUST is an independent registered investment advisor founded in 1997 in Raleigh, North Carolina. The firm provides investment management, financial planning, estate planning, and tax advisory and compliance for individuals and families. For retirement plan sponsors, endowments, foundations, and religious entities, CAPTRUST offers investment advisory services, fiduciary support, plan design, provider analysis/fee benchmarking, and employee advice programs. With more than 1,100 employees across 70 locations nationwide, CAPTRUST oversees more than $100 billion in assets under management and more than $750 billion in assets under advisement (as of March 31, 2022).
DonorDrive | July 29, 2022
DonorDrive, an EngageSmart (NYSE: ESMT) solution and makers of an advanced enterprise digital fundraising platform, announced it has been named Salesforce.org’s 2022 Nonprofit Product Partner of the Year for the Americas. The award was presented during the Salesforce.org Unite Partner Summit on June 1, 2022.
This award recognizes the partnership between Salesforce.org and DonorDrive and its success driving results for great causes, including some of the world’s largest and most innovative nonprofits.
“A great partnership begins with the end in mind: in this case, a successful fundraising experience that leads to growth, efficiency, and mission success for our joint nonprofit clients, DonorDrive and Salesforce are always laser-focused on the success of the nonprofit community. This award is validation that we’re better together when working toward that shared objective.”
-Marc Rubner, CEO of DonorDrive.
Salesforce.org is thrilled to award DonorDrive the 2022 Product Partner of the Year award for its success in the nonprofit sector, said David Averill, Vice President of AMER Alliances and Channels at Salesforce.org. DonorDrive has been a highly-valued partner to Salesforce.org and proven its ability to help nonprofits reach their goals and drive greater impact for their causes. Looking to the future, I’m excited about our continued partnership and working together to ensure nonprofits have the tools they need to forward their missions.
The DonorDrive for Salesforce integration allows nonprofits to leverage Salesforce as their system of record for all fundraising data. Nonprofits can track all supporter data in Salesforce — from relationships to engagement to giving history. Key innovations for clients like National MS Society, Mothers Against Drunk Driving, V Foundation, National Alliance on Mental Illness, The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Center, and more, include:
The ability to sync standard fields, custom fields, and form questions directly into Salesforce. DonorDrive stores data to standard objects, maximizing the experience and value of the Salesforce platform.
DonorDrive’s bidirectional constituent sync, which ensures data stays as up-to-date as possible across both systems. Data also stays clean by matching to existing records in Salesforce, reducing duplicates, and saving the team time and resources.
DonorDrive’s NPSP app, which was built by certified Salesforce developers and is backed by DonorDrive’s top-rated customer support team. DonorDrive and Salesforce cut out middleware, keeping data secure with an integration that’s easy to set up and maintain.
This award is recognition of the partnership between Salesforce.org and DonorDrive driving results for amazing causes. Nonprofits need knowledgeable partners and strategic guidance for digital transformation now more than ever, and Salesforce+DonorDrive delivers on that, said Buck Rumely, Chief Strategy Officer at DonorDrive.
DonorDrive, an EngageSmart solution, is an advanced digital fundraising platform for nonprofits that turns everyday people into powerful fundraisers. Drive more revenue for your cause with the most immersive, connected, and well-designed fundraising experience ever made. For more than 20 years, DonorDrive has helped hundreds of nonprofits like Children's Miracle Network Hospitals, American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, Covenant House, Doctors Without Borders, Mothers Against Drunk Driving, Muscular Dystrophy Association, World Vision, and hundreds more to raise billions of dollars.
EngageSmart is a leading provider of vertically tailored customer engagement software and integrated payments solutions. At EngageSmart, our mission is to simplify customer and client engagement to allow our customers to focus resources on initiatives that improve their businesses and better serve their communities. Headquartered in Braintree, Massachusetts, EngageSmart offers single instance, multi-tenant, true Software-as-a-Service (“SaaS”) vertical solutions, including SimplePractice, InvoiceCloud, HealthPay24 and DonorDrive, that are designed to simplify our customers’ engagement with their clients by driving digital adoption and self-service. EngageSmart serves 84,000 customers in the SMB Solutions segment and more than 3,100 customers in the Enterprise Solutions segment across five core verticals: Health & Wellness, Government, Utilities, Financial Services, and Giving.
Onelegacy | May 30, 2022
OneLegacy's 2022 Donate Life Run/Walk will take place on June 4 at Azusa Pacific University's soccer grounds, marking 20 years of inspiring local communities to donate life. OneLegacy's largest fundraising event of the year will include a star-studded lineup, anchored by returning presenter Phillip Palmer, a living donor and ABC7's news anchor.
The Donate Life Run/Walk, organized by OneLegacy, is the nation's largest event of its type, attracting over 12,000 people to Cal State Fullerton in 2019 to honor the power of organ, eye, and tissue donation and transplantation. As a result of pandemic safety measures in Southern California, this year's event followed two years of virtual run/walks that were streamed live on Facebook and YouTube.
We are so excited to host an in-person event once again and to gather thousands of donor families, grateful recipients, living donors, and donation advocates at Azusa Pacific University. We look forward to sharing a special morning with our event participants as well as with our sponsors, exhibitors, elected officials, and community partners.”
Tom Mone, chief external affairs officer and vice president of foundation operations for OneLegacy
The program will begin with a poignant opening ceremony conducted by Phillip Palmer and featuring Univision 34 news presenter Gabriela Teissier and CBS news anchor Danya Bacchus. All-4-One, hip-hop veteran and heart recipient Kurtis Blow, and singer and entertainer Melody Thornton, who will sing the National Anthem, will all make special appearances. D.J.
Bunny will also be there to round out the star-studded program honoring 20 years of inspiring local communities to donate their lives. Politicians from the City of Azusa and other nearby cities and counties will be there to show their support for organ, eye, and tissue donation.