June 19: Salesforce for Nonprofits

  • June 19, 2012 · 7:00 PM
  • Affinity Lab U Street

During the June NetSquared, we will be focusing on Salesforce for Nonprofits.   We look forward to an exciting discussion about the benefits and challenges of leveraging Salesforce.


Raymond Hearn, Senior Consultant at Community IT Innovators, will discuss how to use Salesforce to streamline program management and more accurately track and measure your impact. 

Tim Forbes, VP of Products & Marketing at PICnet, will share the challenges, benefits and costs involved in integrating an organization's website with Salesforce.

Tom Williamson, CEO of Jackson River, will talk about Forcify.me, a free training resource for nonprofit organizations. He will also share a case study on integrating Drupal and Salesforce using Springboard - their open source fundraising solution built natively in Drupal.

If you can't make it to the meeting, sign up to join the free webinar on Salesforce for Nonprofits on June 14.

NetSquared DC is a vibrant local community thriving at the intersection of social change and technology. We’re part of a global NetSquared movement that focuses on the exponential impact we can have when we combine our hunger for change with powerful new technologies.

We’re proud to be one of the largest and longest-running NetSquared groups around, and thank our amazing members who come out in force each month to share what they’ve learned and get to know each other better.

You can make sure you’re the first to hear about upcoming events by joining our Meetup. We usually meet at 7pm on the third Tuesday of each month at the Affinity Lab on U Street NW, DC’s greatest entrepreneurial launch space.

A full archive of our past events is available here on our Meetup page at http://www.meetup.com/net2dc.

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  • Candace L.

    The information shared was very useful.

    June 20, 2012

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