Twelve New Clients Join the Harlequin Community
It is proving to be a very busy Summer and will be an even busier Autumn as no fewer than 12 new organisations have recently chosen Harlequin Software and we are now busy scheduling installations and training of the new teams across the country, from Norwich to Exeter, Blackpool to London.
The new clients are:
- Chester Cathedral (Harlequin CRM)Norfolk Community
- Health and Care (Harlequin Chartable Accounting)
- N-Vision (Harlequin CRM)
- Kettle’s Yard Art Gallery (Harlequin CRM)
- The Gurkha Museum (Harlequin CRM)
- Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust (Harlequin Patients’ Monies)
- Royal Devon and Exeter Hospitals Charity (Harlequin CRM)
- Winchester Hospice (Harlequin CRM)
- Little Sisters of the Poor (Harlequin CRM)
- Dartmoor National Park Authority (Harlequin CRM)
- Headway Essex (Harlequin CRM)
- St Marylebone Parish Church (Harlequin CRM)
Chester Cathedral has become the 10th cathedral to choose Harlequin CRM. Chester Cathedral is ‘a vibrant community of worship, an ancient abbey, an archaeological treasure, a cultural hub, a centre of musical excellence and a unique blend of medieval and modern history.’
Norfolk Community Health and Care NHS Trust
Norfolk Community Health and Care NHS Trust has selected the Harlequin Charitable Accounting system to manage its charity finance needs. NCH&C serves a population of nearly 900,000 people with community health and care services.
N-Vision has invested in Harlequin CRM to manage its CRM and fundraising requirements. N-Vision is the trading name of the Blackpool Fylde and Wyre Society for the Blind. Formed in 1910, it is an independent charity “providing services and support to anyone with reduced vision living in the area regardless of age or means.”
Kettle’s Yard, the University of Cambridge’s modern and contemporary art gallery, has selected Harlequin CRM as its new fundraising system. The system has been chosen to underpin the bustling charity’s busy development programme.
The Gurkha Museum
The Gurkha Museum captures the unique story of Gurkha service to the British Crown and its people for 200 years. The museum joins the growing number of heritage organisations investing in Harlequin and we are proud that they have selected us to serve them.
Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust
The Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust has invested in Harlequin Patients’ Monies – specialist software for organisations which deal with patients’ finances and property whilst they are in their care.
Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital Charity
Staying in the health sector, the Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital Charity have just chosen Harlequin CRM to help the new fundraising team achieve their goals.
Fundraising is in full swing to renovate Burrell House in the grounds of North Hampshire Hospital to turn it into Winchester Hospice and we are delighted that our CRM system has been chosen to assist them with their endeavours. The new hospice will be the home of the palliative care team, providing compassionate and specialist care for up to 10 patients as well as patients in hospital and in their own home.
Little Sisters of the Poor
Faith-based organisation, Little Sisters of the Poor is committed to serving the elderly poor and have several homes all around the country. They have selected Harlequin CRM to manage their supporters and donations.
Dartmoor National Park Authority
Dartmoor National Park Authority with its ‘wild, open moorlands and deep river valley, rich history and rare wildlife’ has also chosen Harlequin CRM. We are delighted to be supporting them with supporter and volunteer management.
Harlequin CRM is also the choice of Headway Essex whose mission is “to ensure that everyone in Essex living with an acquired brain injury can live a fulfilling life and that families and carers are better able to cope within their caring roles”.
St Marylebone Parish Church
Last but not least, set in the heart of Central London, with a history stretching back nearly 900 years, St Marylebone Parish Church has chosen Harlequin CRM as its future contact management and fundraising system. St Marylebone is a Major Parish Church, which the Church of England recognises as a place of “exceptional significance”. The church “has a role beyond that of a typical parish church” and makes a “considerable civic, cultural and economic contribution” to its community.
Tom Ellis, Managing Director of Harlequin, said:
“This has been an extraordinary Summer at Harlequin! We are delighted that so many organisations have joined the Harlequin club, reflecting the full range of software solutions that we offer to the charity and healthcare sectors. “It is always inspiring for my team to see the spectrum of organisations that we work with grow. “Welcome one and all.”