Recent community involvement includes membership in the Portside Rotary in Kennebunkport, ME, Director of Finance and Development on the Board of The Boy Singers of ME in Falmouth, ME and literacy volunteer for Kennebunkport Consolidated School. Jeron lives in Kennebunkport, ME with her husband and three children and enjoys her hobby farm that includes a llama. A talented visual artist and musician, Jeron performs for many area nonprofit benefits with her band, The Wicker Pigs.
Nonprofit News by Soft Trac
With every company or organization, there is a foundation made up of people who are there to hold up the structure of their company’s mission. Here at Soft Trac, we are proud to say that our staff is that foundation. Each member of our staff brings great source of knowledge may it be with nonprofit accounting, fundraising, or even how to reach out to people like you.
To learn more about our staff please visit About Us: Our Staff page, here you will learn about each staff member’s education, certifications, and a bit of personal information.
To sum up our staff, we would like to share this quote with you “Desire is the key to motivation, but its determination and commitment to an unrelenting pursuit of your goal — a commitment to excellence — that will enable you to attain the success you seek.” – Mario Andretti
We seek success in helping nonprofits become more profitable.
Officially in June 2012 we’ll have written blogs for five years; yet we never really talked about who is Soft Trac and why we’re here for organizations like you.
At Soft Trac our mission is to make a positive difference in our community by focusing on the need of nonprofits, because we want your organization to do good, better. As a leading provider of knowledge in the nonprofit sector, we offer a verity of helpful services to help your organization do good, better. Also at Soft Trac our purpose is to help your organization operate more effectively with powerful tools such as: software, training and 24-hour support. It’s not just about doing good anymore – you have to do good better. And that means you have to make every dollar count and count every dollar.
In the next few weeks we’re going to have a series of blogs to show you the compassion it takes to grow a nonprofit to be more efficient, profitable, and transparent.