KELL Partners, a consulting firm specializing in Salesforce solutions for nonprofits and higher education, is helping nonprofits expand their relationships with supporters through its expanded service to provide implementations of’s newest product, Marketing Cloud for Nonprofits (M4NGO).

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“KELL was hand-selected to be one of the first launch partners for M4NGO implementations,” said Sandra Jensen, KELL Partners CEO. “We take great pride in this selection both as a partner with Salesforce and for this recognition of the breadth of expertise we bring to nonprofits.

M4NGO, which runs off the Marketing Cloud platform, is designed specifically for nonprofits and allows organizations to create stronger digital engagements. KELL has extensive experience with the Marketing Cloud platform, having completed more than 245 implementations specifically for nonprofit clients. KELL also has successfully completed more than 700 Nonprofit Success Pack (NPSP) implementations totaling more than 87,000 hours.

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As part of the engagement, KELL will assist nonprofit clients through a discovery phase to configure M4NGO to build clients up for success. Through personalized experiences, connections can be made no matter where a supporter is in their relationship with the nonprofit, all while driving continuous engagement. M4NGO paired with NPSP provides a perfect combo for organizations looking to maximize constituent engagement to grow their supporter base.

“No matter the technology implementation, the ultimate goal of nonprofits is to expand their missions,” said Jensen. “We are always working to support our clients to implement the best options quickly and efficiently so they can stay focused on what matters. M4NGO is another tool that allows our clients to build better relationships with the supporters of their organizations and their missions.”

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