Great Opportunity for Nonprofits to Attend BoxWorks 2014
Like the Saleforce.com Foundation, Box wants to ensure that access to technology is not a hurdle for organizations committed to helping others. Box recently announced the creation of Box.org, an initiative focused on empowering global nonprofits — like Kiva, the International Rescue Committee and the UN Foundation — to achieve their missions and deliver lasting social impact though technology. Whether it’s collaborating around a fundraising kit, sharing information with volunteers in the field, or securely managing sensitive data about beneficiaries, Box wants to help nonprofits do good – better. Similar to Salesforce.org’s Power of Us Program, nonprofits can register for ten donated licenses of Box at Box.org.
Box.org has also announced that nonprofit leaders could attend their 5,000 guest customer event — BoxWorks happening September 2-4 in San Francisco — at no cost (a $1099 value per ticket).
Join Salesforce.org leadership, Premal Shah (President of Kiva) and the CIOs of Planned Parenthood, Teach for America, and other organizations who will share their thoughts on how cloud technology helps them deliver aid, raise funds, and manage sensitive data.
BoxWorks is your opportunity to:
- Connect with thousands of nonprofit and commercial IT leaders – Box counts over 1,500 nonprofits, NGOs and charitable organizations as partners and customers!
- Learn from nonprofit visionaries from Kiva, TFA, IRC and more.
- Find inspiration from over 50 informative sessions, keynotes from Jim Collins and Aneesh Chopra, and rock out at the amazing after party.
Did you know the salesforce.com & Box platforms can be integrated easily? Learn more on that here.
Will we we see you at BoxWorks?
Please share this great opportunity through social media with nonprofit leaders in your network so they can join you:
Apply today at box.com/bw14nonprofit for a limited # of complimentary passes to BoxWorks Sept 2-4 in SF, CA ($1099 value).
About the Author
Bryan Breckenridge is Executive Director of Box.org, Box’s charitable and philanthropic initiative. In his role, Bryan oversees the company’s efforts to empower nonprofits to operate efficiently and meet their missions. Prior to Box, Bryan founded the nonprofit-facing pillar of LinkedIn for Good, an initiative housed within LinkedIn’s global sales organization to offer support to nonprofits on LinkedIn’s primary organizational offerings. Bryan is also founder of a personal development consultancy called Belief Energy, LLC and a tenured board member at a large nonprofit agency called Bay Area Community Resources which serves tens of thousands of youth and families near San Francisco.
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