The Connected Nonprofit: Manage Volunteers, Donors and More with Salesforce
Nonprofit Project Open Hand provided more than 900,000 meals to the San Francisco Bay Area’s most vulnerable residents last year — community members who are battling serious illness, hunger and, sometimes worse, isolation. To do so, they depend on the support of more than 3,000 volunteers and 16,000 donors.
Effectively engaging these donors and volunteers is critical for Project Open Hand, as it is for most nonprofits. That is where Salesforce NGO Connect and Volunteers for Salesforce come in to help nonprofit organizations like Project Open Hand cultivate lifelong relationships with the mission-critical human and financial supporters that move their organization — and people they serve — forward.
The Salesforce.org is hosting a free, live webinar with Project Open Hand for them to share their experience and walk through how they manage volunteers, donors, and more with Salesforce. Register today and join us for the webinar on Thursday, September 24 at 2:00 p.m. EDT / 11:00 a.m. PDT.
During the webinar, we’ll hear from Jay Owens, Director of Information Services, and Sean Rosas, Director of Volunteer Services, at Project Open Hand. Before the webinar, learn more about how Project Open Hand with Salesforce empowers donors and volunteers to nourish their community:
Don’t miss this opportunity to hear from a best-in-class nonprofit on how Salesforce NGO Connect and Volunteers for Salesforce can accelerate your organization’s mission and increase your impact. Reserve your spot in the webinar, The Connected Nonprofit: Project Open Hand Manages Volunteers, Donors and More with Salesforce, today!
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