The Salesforce.com Foundation is based on a simple idea: Leverage Salesforce.com's technology, people, and resources to improve communities around the world. We call this integrated philanthropic approach the 1/1/1 model.
“Salesforce lets us do things that wouldn’t have been possible otherwise with the size of our staff and budget.”
- Bradley Myles,
CEO, Polaris Project
“We are really grateful for the support that we’ve received from Salesforce.com Foundation. The Force.com platform has been invaluable for our efforts to alleviate poverty.”
- Steve Wright,
VP Poverty Tools & Insights,
“Today, it’s not just a grantmaker. It’s a
- Stanford Social
Salesforce can help you build lifelong relationships and deliver programs and services in innovative and efficient new ways. With Salesforce, you can accelerate your mission and work smarter with all of the tools you need to drive success in one place – campaign management, real-time analytics, web portals, team collaboration, mobile access, and the ability to build custom applications without having to code.
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June 5-6, Tempe, AZ
“On the student side alone, Salesforce has been a huge game changer for us.”
– Malcolm LeMay,
Director of Operations
Oregon State University
“Salesforce helps us build strong connections with applicants.”
— Petia Whitmore,
Director of Graduate Admissions,
Know your students better than ever, align and optimize your recruiting efforts, focus on student services and successes, super-charge advancement, collaborate, innovate, and stay ahead.
We currently make grants with a focus on: employee inspired giving including team volunteering activities and matching gifts; technology innovation through our annual Force-for-Change initiative; and supporting healthy communities in the locations where salesforce.com has corporate offices.
The Salesforce.com Foundation helps to unleash the passion of our employees worldwide by empowering and organizing individual, team-based and annual volunteer events as well as pro bono service opportunites. These programs enable our employees to become agents of change, spreading our culture of care throughout the communities in which we live and work.
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