CiviCRM is used by many organizations - including Amnesty International, Creative Commons, the Free Software Foundation, CERN and the Wikimedia Foundation - for their contact management, membership management, fundraising, event management, and mass mailings.
Your introduction to CiviCRM and our community.
An overview of CiviCRM's core functionality and features.
A demonstration of Drupal Webform integration with CiviCRM and integrating CiviCRM into Drupal entities.
Experience the future of CiviCRM with Form Builder and SearchKit.
See how Amnesty International use CiviCRM to help them achieve their mission.
Get an introduction to the CiviCRM development process/workflow.
Do you manage contacts, manage memberships, send newsletters, receive online donations, and/or manage events in your organization/company?
Of course you want to do this with a robust and mature open source tool: CiviCRM.
It is used by not-for-profit organizations, membership organizations, NGOs, universities... worldwide.
Discover how CiviCRM can be used in your organization!
SearchKit seeks to unify search and reporting within CiviCRM by leveraging the power of APIv4 and Form Builder. This initiative will super-charge access to the data held within CiviCRM instances in ways we could previously only imagine!Find out more
Form Builder seeks to provide a customisable (drag and drop) forms system for CiviCRM for public facing and administrative (configuration/settings) forms. Forms which are ACL and relationship aware, capitalising on the strengths of CiviCRM!Find out more
Webform CiviCRM bridges the gap between Drupal's powerful Webform form-builder module and CiviCRM's information storage, payment, activity and membership systems. Allowing beautifully crafted frontend experiences for CiviCRM data interaction.Find out more