AbleOrganizer is here: Come join us for a great webinar!


Using Drupal as a platform for fundraising and advocacy usually means having to integrate with several third-party systems. Beyond the expense, this creates situations that make it hard to get a complete picture of your constituency. To solve this problem we are thrilled to announce the release of AbleOrganizer, a community engagement platform and we are excited to show you how it works. Read More >>>

CRM Core Donation - Creating Online Donation Forms in Drupal


Last week, we rolled out the first major feature for CRM Core, called CRM Core Donation. It's available for download now from You can also download an install profile with CRM Core Donation pre-configured, along with sample forms and data to play around with.

This is exciting news. The promise of CRM Core has always been to have small, useful applications that extend it's basic functionality in interesting ways. Executing on that vision has taken a lot of work, but it's yielding some great results in terms of new ways to work with information about people in Drupal.

We now have a video explaining the basics of setting up online donation functionality in your Drupal website. Read More >>>

New CRM Core Releases, and What to Expect

By Michael Haggerty | Filed Under: CRM, CRM Core, Drupal

Today, Trellon released new versions of CRM Core and CRM Core Profile. Both of these modules include new features that are important for anyone looking to build modules that use CRM Core as a backend for storing contact information.

These releases are part of our Garden Party roadmap, as part of the 'Live Music' stage. They are for site builders and developers looking to build modules and features that expand upon CRM Core's basic capabilities. With them, you have some more powerful tools for working with contact records stored in your Drupal site, and they include some usability enhancements based on feedback we received as part of the 0.91 release of CRM Core.

I wanted to share a little about what you will find, and why it is important. Read More >>>

Drupal Do-Gooders Event to Benefit Aaron Winborn, May 20, Portland


For those of you attending Drupalcon this month - you have good taste! Show exactly how good it is by joining us for a special event to benefit the trust of Aaron Winborn, a long time Drupal contributor who has been fighting ALS for some time now. Read More >>>

Drupal and Feature Portability


How do you build a feature that is going to work on any Drupal website? The question is more complex than it seems, and there is an important discussion going on around it in the Drupal community. It's playing out in a number of different areas where smaller groups of developers seek to leverage features as a tool for sharing functionality, and this issue is going to have an impact on the way people think about building websites over time. Read More >>>