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Achieving More Together

We know that as community leaders, you work hard to support volunteers and keep your programs and ministries running smoothly. What’s more, we understand that volunteer management is a means to a greater end. Whether your church schedules homebound ministry or your nonprofit helps to feed the hungry, your volunteers show up to do the work because they want to see their communities strengthened and their corners of the world made better. And so do we.

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Managing Ministry Communication with Unison.io

St. Aiden’s Episcopal Church needed a digital solution to their pen-and-paper signup process. Enter Unison.io! Julie, the Vestry Leader, values the ability to manage both the entire church as a group and then utilize subgroups for all their different ministries. She loves how easy Unison.io was to train church leaders on, and especially appreciates the ability to send both emails and texts out through the platform.

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Spring cleaning your database

When doing a spring cleaning in your home, you typically focus on spots that you don’t get to regularly. The same process should be applied to your Ministry Scheduler Pro database -- especially now due to Covid. In this article, we’ll cover what aspects of your database would benefit from being cleaned regularly and how doing so will help keep your ministry scheduling running smoothly.

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Mobilizing Grassroots Activism with Unison.io

What started off as a relatively minor security concern for the management team of a 100-unit residential building, blossomed into a massive opportunity to engage tenants in advocacy with a large building management company. Unison.io proved instrumental in achieving that goal.

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Your Security Comes First

Thousands of churches use Ministry Scheduler Pro to schedule, communicate with, and organize their volunteers. Not only do we help churches keep their volunteer ministries in order, but we also go to great lengths to provide peace of mind by safeguarding client and volunteer data. We’re proud to keep client security at the forefront of everything we do.

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The new Unison.io: Supercharged and simplified

Many of you have shared with us how Unison.io's email and text capabilities provide a simple, fast, and powerful way to share messages with your group. Over the last six months, we've focused on further enhancing those abilities. Your feedback has inspired a major new release of Unison.io that is more powerful, more streamlined, and easier to use than ever before. There's much to share about the new Unison.io, but here are just a few highlights.

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Fishbowls: Keeping departments connected in a remote workplace

How can organizations support remote teams coming together? What tools and practices support intentional collaboration and cross-functional understanding? Enter Fishbowls, a fun and simple way for organizations to level-up cross-departmental connections, foster a stronger team culture, and achieve greater collaborative success.

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Beyond Easter Scheduling: Tips for connecting with volunteers

Easter is one of the most exciting times of the year! It's also an opportunity to connect with members in a deeper and more meaningful way. Whether it’s veteran volunteers or occasional attendees, it’s important to make people feel engaged and valued. Given many of the unknowns this year, here are some suggestions on how to go beyond just scheduling and keep volunteers engaged.

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Start With Service

At Rotunda Software, we deeply value our connections with our clients and build every relationship on a foundation of service. Over time, we’ve learned a thing or two about developing strong connections with our clients, and we wanted to share those things with you as you build relationships with your team and community. It comes down to one key factor: start with service.

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How to create a new volunteer program at your church

Volunteers are the backbone of many churches. But setting up a new volunteer program from scratch is intimidating. Here are some tips to help you set up and successfully manage a new program.

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