How Salesforce Employees Made a Difference at Global Volunteer Week
Cross-posted from Salesforce.com
At Salesforce, we believe the business of business is to improve the state of the world. And we don’t just talk the talk, we walk the walk – we leverage Salesforce technology, employee time, and grants to help improve communities around the world.
This month, we celebrated our 18th birthday, and we did it in a very Salesforce way: by giving back. We encouraged our employees around the world to donate at least one hour of their time to a cause they care about during Global Volunteer Week…and the results were pretty incredible. Check it out.
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