Press Release: Procore to benefit Eden Housing through Pay It Forward program

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By: Kirsten Kippen | 5.23.14

May 23, 2014—Portland, OR—Procore, a cloud-based construction management software company, announced today that it is participating in Idealist Consulting’s “Pay It Forward” Program: for each hour of consultation Procore receives from Idealist Consulting, they will be gifting a portion of their time to Eden Housing.

This announcement is in line with Procore’s commitment to social and environmental responsibility, something they hold in high regard.

“With the Pay it Forward Program, private sector clients can make a thoughtful impact within the nonprofit sector,” says Rob Jordan, CEO and Founder of Idealist Consulting. “Everyone wins: nonprofits get additional project hours, private businesses feel good and give back, and our staff knows we’re making a meaningful impact.” Procore was pleased to support Eden Housing as they are also in the housing and construction market.

To learn more about Idealist Consulting’s Pay It Forward Program, please visit

About Idealist Consulting

Founded by a Peace Corps business development volunteer, award-winning Idealist Consulting is dedicated to providing nonprofits, private sector businesses, and government with advanced technical solutions that help them run more effectively. Whether it is Salesforce database development, website integration, or technical training, we make every effort to provide thoughtful, ethical and approachable support. Idealist Consulting is recognized as one of the original Salesforce implementation partners and has been the top-ranked consulting firm on the AppExchange for five years running. A certified B Corporation, Idealist Consulting has implemented over 700 projects and is endorsed by Gartner for high-speed, low-risk Salesforce deployments. For more information, visit

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Kirsten Merrell Kippen

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