Driving Organizational Change from the Front Lines: United Nations Foundation Case Study
The United Nations Foundation uses Salesforce as a single system to manage 19 different campaigns, alliances and initiatives. The United Nations Foundation links the work of the UN to others in the world, mobilizing the energy and expertise of business and non-governmental organizations to tackle issues like climate change, energy access, women’s empowerment, global health, the eradication of poverty and US – UN relations. Salesforce gives them a window to look at all partnership activity across the organization, facilitate collaboration across departments, drive efficiencies and ultimately enables the organization to work more strategically on partnerships.
The UN Foundation provides an inspiring example of how nonprofits can use Salesforce to increase their impact through connectivity. You can hear firsthand from the UN Foundation about their experience and lessons learned along the way in a special live webinar on Thursday, March 26 at 2:00pm EDT / 11:00am PDT.
During the webinar, you’ll hear from several members of the UN Foundation team, including Lyrae Myxter, Senior Director, Business Services, John R Llewellyn, Director, Digital Infrastructure and Jordan Berger, Senior Associate, Digital Infrastructure. We will also be joined by Salesforce implementation partner Kristin Sharpe, President and Owner of ACF Solutions.
Register today to join the United Nations Foundation, Salesforce.org and ACF Solutions for a case study of how to become connected. We look forward to sharing this valuable example and answering your questions on how to become a connected nonprofit with Salesforce.
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