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CiviCRM is a powerful contact, fundraising and eCRM system that allows you to record and manage information about your various constituents including volunteers, activists, donors, employees, clients, vendors, etc. Track and execute donations, transactions, conversations, events or any type of correspondence with each constituent and store it all in one, easily accessible and manageable source.
- Wikimedia Foundation raised over $10 million last year using CiviCRM.
- The NY State Senate manages constituent information for their 62 senate offices using CiviCRM.
- The International Mountain Biking Association runs 100's of national and regional events using CiviCRM.
- Version 3.0 achieved a 27% growth over version 2.0
- CiviCRM is global: meetups & trainings in Australia, Canada, Europ & Asia. Translation teams for 20+ languages.
CiviCRM is created by an open source community coordinated by CiviCRM LLC, and the 501c3 non-profit Social Source Foundation. The project also receives ongoing input and guidance from our Community Advisory Board. The Social Source Foundation is a nonproft organization (501c3) that exists to create open source, mission-focused technology for the nonprofit and NGO sector. Partnering with organizations like CivicSpace Labs - veterans of the Howard Dean campaign which pioneered the use of the Internet in political constituent engagement and fundraising, and CivicActions - developers of Advokit, a tool for campaigns to mobilize supporters in get out the vote (GOTV) efforts, we began building in 2005 an open source ecosystem of developers, users, and intermediaries that contribute engineering, product development, sales and marketing resources and have been a primary sponsor of the CiviCRM project ever since. CiviCRM LLC holds the copyright to much of the codebase of CiviCRM, which it has contributed back to the community under the GNU Affero General Public License 3 (GNU AGPL 3).