CitySquash
Bronx and Brooklyn, New York
IT Infrastructure

Posted
Member since 2017-10-18
Application deadline
July 29, 2019
Details:
12 - 15 weeks
New York City, New York

Activity Overview

What's a Team Project

A 12-15 week program where a team of four to six skilled volunteers works on and delivers a custom project that addresses a nonprofit's key infrastructure challenge.

What the nonprofit needs help with

This project will transition the organization’s donor records from Microsoft Contacts and Quickbooks to Salesforce. A master contact and donor spreadsheet and unique household and donor IDs have already been created and scrubbed. The organization requests the help of a volunteer to help upload the data to Salesforce so it appears in one place and some guidance on workflow processes to best utilize the new system.


What the skilled volunteers will be working on for the nonprofit

Data integration to Salesforce


Who Should Apply?

• Salesforce expertise along with expertise using and manipulating large data sets in Excel
• Volunteer(s) is(are) required to sign an NDA as they will be working with sensitive donor information


Type of expertise needed

IT Infrastructure

Roles needed for this project

Salesforce Consultant

CitySquash helps motivated and talented young people from economically disadvantaged households fulfill their academic, athletic and personal potential.

The total time commitment is likely 6-12 hours over a month or two as a large amount of the upfront project work has already been completed.

This project will transition the organization’s donor records from Microsoft Contacts and Quickbooks to Salesforce. A master contact and donor spreadsheet and unique household and donor IDs have already been created and scrubbed. The organization requests the help of a volunteer to help upload the data to Salesforce so it appears in one place and some guidance on workflow processes to best utilize the new system.
Data integration to Salesforce
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Nonprofit Overview

CitySquash is a not-for-profit youth development program based in the Bronx at Fordham University and in Brooklyn at the Poly Prep Country Day School. We help motivated young people from economically-disadvantaged households fulfill their academic, athletic and personal potential.