About Us

Company Vitals

  • Engaging Networks Limited is registered in England and Wales, company number 03848111, VAT number 761 2231 61 and also in the United States.
  • For more information or to get in touch, contact us.

About Engaging Networks

Engaging Networks is a flexible, completely customizable and innovative software platform for nonprofits. We can replace the  advocacyfundraisingemailP2Pevents, and data management systems you have, or play nicely with whatever you’d like to keep. Our claims to fame include:

  • Flexibility: Make pages and emails look EXACTLY the way you want
  • Innovation: We roll out new features and upgrades every 6-8 weeks
  • Client Support: Fast, personal and responsive (We don’t subject you to a ticketing system)
  • Any Language, Any Currency: If your payment gateway can handle it, our software can, too

History

Engaging Networks was founded by our CEO, Graham Covington, in 2000 in London. It was incorporated in the UK under the name “Advocacy Online” and has since grown to include a full suite of digital engagement tools. Since then, our  staff, functionality, partners and client-base have experienced a steady increase. Today, we have two offices in Washington, D.C. and London, and serve more than 400 nonprofits in more than 50 countries around the world.

Corporate Character

As a company, we are proud to deliver a great software platform to our clients. We know that our nonprofit clients hold themselves to a higher standard, and they should expect the same from their vendors.

With that in mind, we want to be transparent about what makes Engaging Networks tick, so that our clients can feel good about choosing us as a partner.

We believe that there are five defining traits that guide our business operations and influence our product. They are:

  • independence: We are not owned by a private equity company, we are not publicly traded on the stock market nor are we beholden to any investor’s’ ROI. This freedom allows us to be open to new ideas, and affords us the opportunity of pursuing them. If our clients are best served by changing the platform in a specific way, we don’t need anyone’s permission to make the investment. We are free to serve our clients.
  • ingenuity: We are problem solvers. Nowhere is this more apparent than in our tech support team. Rather than pointing you to documentation and wishing you luck, we listen to what is really going on and find a way to help you solve your problem. We also develop creative partnerships and creatively find new approaches to our network and product development.
  • intelligence: We wouldn’t be as successful as we are today if we didn’t make intelligent choices. We’re smart to listen to our clients, stay abreast of digital trends and apply what we’ve learned to our development plan.
  • compassion: Inherent to this company is the desire to support nonprofits. We foster good relationships with our clients and conduct ourselves with integrity and empathy for the problems that they face.
  • fun: We like to work hard and play hard. Our team comes from all walks of life, but together we create a spirited and tight-knit work environment.

Together, these traits define our corporate character and contribute to our positive reputation within the community.

Chloe Green is a copywriter and digital campaigner with almost a decade of experience in the charity and political sectors. She’s delivered campaigns, copy and consultancy for a raft of good eggs including Anthony Nolan, the National Union of Students, St Mungo’s, and Hillary for America. She was Social Media Manager at the Labour Party between 2016–2019 and now she’s Head of Creative with the lovely team at Forward Action. She leads on fundraising emails, UX copy, and all creative facilitation. She’s an expert in email list growth, digital strategy, organic and paid-for social media, and digital mobilisation.

Rachel founded the specialist charity web agency, Rechord, in 1999. Between 1999 and 2012 they created hundreds of different web applications for organisations in the UK and internationally.
In 2013 she became the 'Donor Whisperer' and focused on helping small to medium-sized non-profits to reach new donors and activists and from there increase their income. She uses a unique process that combines the benefits of consultancy with capacity building.
Her clients include Traidcraft Exchange, the Overseas Development Institute, Jubilee Debt Coalition, the Leprosy Mission of England and Wales, Tax Justice UK, The Canary, Humanity and Inclusion, the Anti-Tribalism Movement, BRACE, New Family Social, Arseh Sevom - and that's just the last year.
She also feels weird writing about herself in the third person.

Ellen is Campaigns Manager overseeing national and local campaigning at the MS Society. She has worked at the MS Society for 2 and a half years, with roles at Scope and Guide Dogs prior to this.

Hannah is Senior Campaigns Officer at the MS Society, working on their local campaigning programme, Local Action for MS and also on social care and carers. She’s worked at the MS Society for a year and a half, and was previously at the MND Association and National Voices.

Executive Director of C6 Digital, London based agency

Ellen is Campaigns Manager overseeing national and local campaigning at the MS Society. She has worked at the MS Society for 2 and a half years, with roles at Scope and Guide Dogs prior to this.

Ellen is Campaigns Manager overseeing national and local campaigning at the MS Society. She has worked at the MS Society for 2 and a half years, with roles at Scope and Guide Dogs prior to this.

Having gotten his start organizing with anti-war veterans and working as Sala Labs, Sales Engineer, and Partner Manager, Bryan now brings his expertise to non-profit and mission-driven clients as 4Site Studios Director of Digital Strategy. Specializing in challenging and complex projects, Bryan works with each client to craft holistic approaches tailored to goals, budget, and outcomes.

Mary Margaret Callahan is the Chief Mission Officer for Pet Partners, where she is responsible for leading mission delivery including the therapy animal program and grassroots advocacy program. She joined Pet Partners in 2013 and has worked to establish the organization as both an influencer and a resource within the animal-assisted intervention (AAI) and human-animal bond (HAB) community. In 2018 she was named one of PetAge Magazine’s Women of Influence. Mary Margaret lives on a small farm outside Seattle with her husband, daughter and menagerie of animals including dogs, cats, guinea pigs, chickens, goats and miniature donkeys.

Joe Derry Hall is a freelancer working on creative digital and communications. His interests include tech innovation, upending power and reimagining different futures. Joe has been the winner of a Mozilla Creative Media Award and the joint winner of a BAFTA digital award. He was previously in-house in campaigning and communications roles at Amnesty International, the Climate Coalition, the Ecocide campaign, Save the Children, Scope and others. He is one of the initiators of Right Way Up, an experiment to create a radical, practical new vision for the social change sector.

Anna Chowcat is the Digital Manager at Refuge and oversees the charity’s digital function and output. Since joining Refuge, Anna has been instrumental in introducing a number of digital engagement programmes including digital campaigns, bespoke email supporter journeys and user friendly donate/campaign pages. Before joining Refuge, she has worked in digital engagement and campaign roles at The Labour Party and Leonard Cheshire Disability.

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