We invite you to read one of our recent case studies about how we improved donation tracking for The Fund for Global Human Rights.
Founded on the core belief that on-the-ground activism is the bedrock on which respect for human rights is built, the Fund for Global Human Rights started with the simple but pioneering approach of directing financial resources to locally-rooted rights groups with transformative potential.
Since 2002, the Fund has made over $69 million in grants and facilitated hundreds of hours of capacity building to over 550 human rights organizations in Asia, Africa and Latin America. This support has helped to fuel the development of effective national actors and movements that have increasingly come to be seen as nimble, influential challengers holding governments and other powerful actors to account.
The Fund for Global Human Rights relies on Salesforce to track and manage grants and individual donations. In addition to some general cleanup, FGHR engaged DaizyLogik to address two particular challenges that were preventing them from getting the most out of Salesforce.
First, they struggled to accurately track and report on multi-year grants, which affected budgeting in more than one fiscal year. Data entry was cumbersome and inefficient. Second, they wanted to improve how they managed relationships with key influencers and tracked their gifts.
about how we helped The Fund for Global Human Rights align their donations with their fiscal year, and better track soft credits.