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Salesforce Volunteers Can Help

For organizations like yours, achieving what’s possible with Salesforce means improving more lives and doing more good. But resource constraints often limit what you can do with tech. Through the Pro Bono Program, you can access the digital expertise of Salesforce employees on short-term projects – at no cost.

Learn More About Our Pro Bono Program

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Is Pro Bono the Right Fit?

Pro Bono Projects work best when they take less than 20 hours to complete, have clear goals, and focus on Salesforce products. We don’t recommend the program for integration of third-party products. There is no guarantee a volunteer will sign up to help, so projects should not be time-sensitive or mission critical.

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Apply for the Pro Bono Program

It’s important to submit a clear and compelling application. Pro Bono Program eligibility is evaluated based on the information you provide. Your application also serves as an advertisement to potential volunteers. Be sure to learn our best practices on Trailhead before applying.

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Need Some Quick Expert Advice?

Sign up for a Quick Connect session to speak one-on-one with a pro bono digital expert. During these one hour sessions, you can get answers to your Salesforce product questions from a Salesforce volunteer. Check out the calendar for upcoming Quick Connect sessions and other events! 

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Other Ways We Can Help

The Tableau Service Corps can help nonprofit Tableau customers with small projects under 10 hours in duration. We also have volunteers willing to give their marketing, legal, finance, and other valuable skills to support your mission!

Visit the Community

Join the Pro Bono Group in the Trailblazer Community to get helpful resources and ask questions.