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The chance to win £10,000 worth of Cirrico support

Cirrico works with charities of every size and type, with one mission. To help solve problems through using Salesforce Technology and accelerate the progress rapidly.

We have been working with charities across the UK and Ireland for the past 8 years and have created some pretty inspiring solutions. In that time we have helped save fundraisers time, double organisations income, send grants transparently to every corner of the world in a few clicks of a button, helped with safeguarding and saving lives. There are literally limitless opportunities for social change using Salesforce.

Interested in accelerating your charity’s impact this year?


Cirrico are launching their first competition to help you do just that. We are giving an organisation the opportunity to win £10,000 of Cirrico time to build a brand new system for your organisation if you don’t have Salesforce, or to add to your existing Salesforce system, or to use the award in a creative way using add-on Salesforce technology.

Imagine what you could do…



Find out more from Laura Croudace in this short video:

Inspired? Fill in this form to be in with a chance of winning £10,000 worth of Cirrico support!

If you’d like some ideas of what other organisations have done, visit our YouTube Channel for more inspiration and ideas.

Thanks and good luck!
Closing date is 30th September 2022 at midnight


*Please note the competition prize is to win £10,000 of Cirrico Services, this does not include Salesforce licence costs. Charities are able to apply for their 10 Free Nonprofit Licences here

This competition can not be transferred to a cash prize or any other type of prize.

If you have any questions, please send Laura Croudace a message through the Contact Us Form

We will aim to deliver this project by March 2023 (or sooner) as we want to create impact with you!

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