How We Can Help You

Visitors to Donors

The transition to publishing online has been disruptive, but it also provides new ways for media organizations to connect directly with their readers and deepen their enthusiasm. We have worked with our clients to draw their into deeper engagement with their platform using database integration, email marketing and feedback tools like Hearken.

Retain, Engage and Analyze

We will help you understand where your visitors are in their depending connection so you can help them take the next step unto your email list and from there into your donor database or fulfillment platform (such as Salesforce).

Drupal Development

We can design and develop a new website from scratch or rescue a project that’s in trouble. Our primary expertise is working within the Drupal framework and content management system (CMS), and we’ll work best together if your needs are closely aligned with Drupal's strengths.

Data Management

If you are an organization that needs to integrate your website(s) with your constituent or customer management (CRM) software, we have experience tying them together. We bring years of experience in nonprofit development and outreach work to help you think about how to best use these tools.

Our Recent Work

We are in the process of creating a system for the National Catholic Reporter's Drupal site that makes it easy for new subscribers to purchase or give gift subscriptions as well as for existing subscribers to manage their subscriptions and add recurring donations. If they have an active subscription, users can also log-in to view the e-version of the publication on a third party vendor.

Bitch Media approached us to complete a complex Drupal upgrade that involved a redesign, Constituent Relationship Management (CRM) integration and migration, and a complete overhaul of their subscription management and membership program. As a quarterly print publication, they are in the process of expanding their advocacy work. We strategize with them to develop and implement the tools to enable that transition.

Fountain House is a nonprofit organization in New York City that works with and advocates for men and women with mental illness. We spent the Fall and Winter of 2014/15 working together with the HelpsGood agency to redesign their website, along with those of its various campuses and programs.

Women Win asked us to migrate 7 separate websites from their old Content Management System (CMS) to Drupal. We ported over their old design and worked with them to use Drupal views to give them more versatility in the display of their content. We also worked to integrate their site with Salesforce.

"Congruity Works helped us think through what our tech needs were in both detailed and big picture scenarios. From there, they delivered solutions that really took advantage of the technology available to exceed our expectations for design and functionality."

- Kate Lesniak, Bitch Media

Get To Know Us

Tim Nafziger

Tim began building websites in 1999 and has been working with Drupal since 2004. He's worked with businesses, non-profits, and individuals to use open source tools to reach their audience. He also has 6 years in non profit fundraising, outreach and administration. Drawing on this experience, he works with nonprofits to develop strategies to help constituents climb the engagement ladder.

Tim is also a photographer.

Nathan Eanes

Nathan has been developing and designing on the web for over 10 years and has specialized in Drupal since 2009. As founder of a previous business and developer at Jackson River, he has worked on a wide variety of projects, including e-commerce websites and enterprise-level nonprofit fundraising platforms, and through this he has gained deep experience in programming, visual design, strategy, and creative thinking.

Nathan is a long-time entrepreneur, and has been in business, in one form or another, since middle school.

You can find Nathan on LinkedIn here.

Jake Martin-White

Jake has close to a decade of experience working in nonprofit technology, in both consulting and corporate leadership roles. With expertise in Drupal, CiviCRM, and Salesforce, he has led development of enterprise-class fundraising platforms for binational NGOs, planned and executed strategic CRM deployments, and collaborated on web projects for local grassroots charities. Jake is known for his collaborative working style, and for connecting client needs with holistic and sustainable solutions. He specializes in connecting the many data sources of an organization (websites, mailing lists, events, order fulfillment, donor management) into streamlined, efficient processes.

Outside of his professional work, Jake is an advocate for refugees, a writer, and an organizer, and has served on several nonprofit boards and committees. He holds degrees in Computer Science and Theology.

Kambale Musavuli

Kambale Musavuli is a self-taught front-end web developer with expertise in Joomla, Wordpress, Plone and major SaaS-based content management systems. He has over 12 years of front-end web development and consulting in industries such as global health, retail, media and non-profit. He professionally affiliated with a global technology company that provides software design and delivery, and pioneering tools and consulting services. With this company, he has worked on software delivery projects in the retail/enterprise e-commerce industries, major car auction companies and application to support internal company processes in the human resources department. Kambale is passionate about asking the right questions, concise writing, and pursuing his never-ending quest to solve the most pressing problem the client faces.

Heidi Thompson

Heidi is an organizer, marketer and publishing executive with 25 years of experience helping nonprofits leverage the science of marketing to build audiences, cultivate donors, and win campaigns. She was the publisher and CEO of Religion News Service and served as the vice president for marketing and publisher of Sojourners magazine. Her organizing experience includes positions with the faith-based PICO National Network, MoveOn, consulting with the Mahoning Valley Organizing Collaborative in her hometown of Warren, Ohio, and volunteering in an ongoing tenants rights struggle in her Columbia Heights neighborhood of Washington, D.C. A tech-inclined and data-driven marketer, she specializes in email, website and social media marketing, with a focus on building digital programs that draw users from being spectators to financial supporters. Heidi has a B.S. in Journalism from the E.W. Scripps School at Ohio University and an M.S. in Integrated Marketing Communication from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University.