At Bromelkamp Company, we chose a leader in the field as a partner to host our Akoya.net line of integrated software. Our Akoya.net software is built in Dynamics CRM and is the most technologically advanced integrated grants management software on the market. PowerObjects is a professional services firm 100% focused on providing service, support, education and add-ons for Microsoft Dynamics CRM. In fact, PowerObjects is the winner of the Microsoft Dynamics CRM Worldwide Partner of the Year award for 2012 and 2013.
When developing Community Akoya.net, Bromelkamp Company dedicated time and resources to finding the best cloud-based accounting software provider as its partner. The research focused on the software’s ability to complete the unique functions of fund accounting. After conducting research and testing various accounting software options, Bromelkamp Company selected Sage Intacct. Its award-winning applications are used by more than 8,500 organizations and its software is the only AICPA-preferred accounting management solution.
Simplify is a data-sharing tool that streamlines the grants application process for nonprofits — and makes it easier for foundations to access information from grant applicants. Grantmakers get quality data, grantees save valuable time, and everyone benefits from a more efficient process. Bromelkamp Company accesses the Simplify database shared with GuideStar Exchange to populate common fields in a grantee’s eGrant.net web based application; saving both the grantee and the grant maker time while ensuring data integrity.
Bromelkamp Company knows the importance of due diligence for grant makers, as well as creating efficiencies in operations. Bromelkamp Company's integrated software bridges seamlessly with GuideStar Charity Check to pull reports and IRS verification into your database almost effortlessly. GuideStar is a 501(c)(3) public charity that collects, organizes, and presents information about IRS-registered nonprofit organizations in an easy-to-understand format.
United Philanthropy Forum Partners
Arizona Grantmakers Forum is the statewide membership association serving Arizon'a philanthropic community. We empower our members to transform Arizona through leadership and meaningful philanthropy. We provide opportunities for members to connect with and learn from each other, educational programs on emerging trends and best practices and insight into current state and national policy issues that matter to them. AGF members include public and private foundations, corporations, trusts and donor advised funds, government entities and individuals that make contributions to nonprofits in Arizona.
AGM is a diverse and vibrant membership association of highly engaged philanthropic organizations and individuals with interests in Masschusetts and surrounding areas. We connect new and established donors, their trustees and staff to each other, to their communities and to emerging and relevant issues in the field. AGM delivers excellent opportunities in learning, networking, access to resources and tools, skill-building, and community-building and serves as a bridge between funders and fund applicants for better understanding, efficiency and impact.
The Connecticut Council for Philanthropy (CCP) is, "an association of grantmakers committed to promoting and supporting effective philanthropy for the public good." The values of transparency, accessability, ethical conduct and responsiveness to diverse populations inform CCP's work. CCP is committed to being at the forefront of community action, connecting and transfering knowledge and experience between Connecticut grantmakers and their communities, and increasing awareness of the value of philanthropy.
The Council of New Jersey Grantmakers exists to strengthen and promote effective philanthropy throughout New Jersey. The leading resource for networking and information for New Jersey's philanthropic community, CNJG provides representatives of all types of grantmaking organizations with access to valuable services and meaningful activities to advance their work. CNJG was created based on the principle that philanthropy is more effective when grantmakers have the opportunity for communication, information exchange, and continuing education.
Indiana Philanthropy Alliance (IPA) is a nonprofit membership association of and for the state's philanthropic grantmaking community. Our members include public and private foundations, corporate giving programs, governmental grantmakers, regranting organizations, philanthropic advisors and other qualified individuals. Our mission is to champion, support and connect our members as they transform Indiana through effective philanthropy.
Philanthropy Ohio is a statewide membership association that provides the network, tools and knowledge to help people engaged in philanthropy become more effective, powerful change agents in their communities. Philanthropy Ohio is the leading voice and premier resource for foundations, corporate giving programs, individuals and organizations actively involved in philanthropy in Ohio.
Philanthropy Southwest brings together philanthropists, foundations and partners, fostering deep relationships to harness the power of a shared passion for social change. With 1,600 foundation trustees and 700 foundation staff from 230 grantmaking organizations across the southwest, our membership encompasses diverse geographic locations, size and missions, including private, community, operating and corporate foundations, and corporate giving programs. We advance philanthropy as a profession, providing leadership to inspire forward thinking, promote ethical practice, and inform effective grantmaking.
Philanthropy West Virginia, the statewide professional leadership organization for private, family, corporate, community and public foundations, is committed to a mission of Strengthening Philanthropy in the Mountain State. We represent the diversity of grantmaking institutions based in and serving West Virginia and neighboring states. Founded in 1993, Philanthropy West Virginia is a leading voice and premier resource for philanthropy in the Mountain State, representing more than 80 grantmaking institutions.