Inside Foundant – the Blog

Summary of Recent Trainings

Regional Trainings have turned out to be an amazing forum for clients to learn from Foundant and their peers. One thing I’m not sure many clients understand is the amount of information Foundant takes away from our interaction with clients at these trainings. We come away with ideas for new tools and product features to develop along with enhancements to current features and work flows. Our development of new features has slowed in …     Continue Reading »

Foundant Welcomes Tiffany Maierle

After being out of the corporate world for a few years, I’m excited to be getting back to my roots of Marketing with a focus on Customer Care and Events. After graduating from Montana State University in Bozeman, I was lucky to be hired by a local software company and worked in their marketing department. I then had the opportunity to lead a direct sales …     Continue Reading »

Key Learnings from Chicago Training

The Community Foundation for Greater Buffalo has been using Foundant for a little under a year.  So, while I think Foundant is easy to use and intuitive, there were definitely some details I needed more information on.  That’s why I attended the full day Foundant training session last week in Chicago. One of my organization’s primary funding focuses is the environment.  In fact, we started …     Continue Reading »

Foundant Bowl for Kids Sake Fundraising Challenge

  Each quarter, the employees of Foundant volunteer as a group to help a local community program.  We have chosen to support the Gallatin Valley Big Brother and Big Sisters program this fall.  Each staff member will be participating in and fundraising for the annual Bowl for Kids Sake Bowl-a-thon. So here is the internal challenge: The Foundant employee who raises the most in donations will receive …     Continue Reading »

Real People at the Seattle User Group

On October 4th I was lucky enough to attend the Foundant User Group meeting hosted in Seattle by Gloria Mayne and the Seattle International Foundation.  The week before the meeting I considered canceling….I am sure you know the story – grant paperwork needs to be finalized and checks are waiting to be mailed out, there are too many meetings on the calendar and the four …     Continue Reading »