SDG Gets A Technology Upgrade

Thursday, December 22, 2016

After much planning and preparation, San Diego Grantmakers has transitioned to a new database and website powered by Salesforce and Drupal software and customized to meet our specific needs through the national Forum of Regional Associations of Grantmakers. This technology upgrade means improved services and a better user experience for you, our members.

New Website Features

  • Streamlined event registration
  • A more dynamic member directory with organization, individual contact, and funding area information
  • Comprehensive and searchable listings of the latest news, resources, and events
  • Mobile device optimization and responsiveness
  • Improved functionality and centralized information for our collaborations

Additional enhancements will be added over the coming months!

Important Changes to Your Member Login

Each individual SDG member will now have his or her own password for logging in to the new site. To request your password, simply follow the "Forgot Password" link on the Member Login page (top right corner of every page) and enter your preferred email address. 

This will authorize your account on our new system and you will receive an email with a temporary password to access the site. (If you do not receive an email right away, it may have ended up in your spam folder.)

Updating Individual & Organizational Profiles

Once logged in, you may customize your password and update your individual profile with contact information, your photo, and professional and funding interest areas.

For those who are also identified as the administrative contact for their organization, you will see a link to "edit" your organization's profile next to its name as well. Please take a moment to ensure we have the most accurate contact information, funding areas, and staff rosters.

As a reminder, organizational and individual contact information contained in the Member Directory is only accessible to current SDG members.

SDG staff will work hard to minimize disruptions to our online services during this time of transition. If you encounter any problems accessing our site, logging in or need help finding information, please email [email protected] or call (858) 875-3333.

Many thanks to the 14 exceptional members whose investment in our capacity made this transition to a new knowledge management system, along with several other critical advancements, possible.  

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