Blackbaud eTapestry gains it’s 500th European customer

November 22, 2018 Louise Sparks

The Sophie Hayes Foundation, a charity providing support and assistance to the survivors of human trafficking, has chosen to adopt eTapestry as their CRM system – making them the 500th eTapestry customer in Europe.

Designed specifically for growing non-profits, eTapestry delivers the low-cost, user-friendly cloud fundraising and supporter management required for small-but-growing organisations.

The London-based Sophie Hayes Foundation (SHF) provides education and opportunities to help survivors of trafficking rebuild their lives. Expanding from their starting point as a very small team and developing into an established organisation, SHF found themselves in need of a CRM system to help centralise their data and ensure continuity amongst staff and volunteers. This growth meant that their previous methods of storing data on Excel spreadsheets had become unmanageable.

Red Godfrey-Sagoo, CEO of the Sophie Hayes Foundation, said: “Being a small charity on a path of transformation means we rely on knowing who our supporters are and managing relationships efficiently. We needed a system which not only enables growth but isn’t cumbersome to manage.

“eTapestry gives us this ability to manage our growing relationships without having to spend endless time managing data.”

SHF are joining 499 other strong and successful small charities all using eTapestry to manage their fundraising and data requirements.

Lianne McGrory, Blackbaud Europe Managing Director, said: “We are delighted to welcome the Sophie Hayes Foundation to the Blackbaud family. The organisation is joining a fantastic community of eTapestry customers who are doing incredible things in the social good space.”

Find out more about what eTapestry can do for your small charity here.

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