Salesforce.com Foundation: Powering Social Change

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The Salesforce.com Foundation is based on a simple idea: Leverage salesforce.com's people, products and resources to improve communities throughout the world. We call our integrated philanthropic approach the 1/1/1 model. Hear how local nonprofit customers have partnered with the Foundation to better serve their communities through grants, volunteer time and salesforce.com technology. Featuring the National Centre for Indigenous Excellence, One Laptop Per Child and the Australian Cancer Research Foundation.

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Salesforce.com Foundation: Powering Social Change

  1. 1. Salesforce.com Foundation:Powering Social Change/SFDCFoundationAU@andrew_sfIn/andrewrhillAndrew HillAccount ExecutiveCorporate Pres – PowerPoint Template – 16x9 FY14.pptx
  2. 2. Agenda & Speakers
  3. 3. 1%Time • Equity • Product445,000+Hours Service18,000Non-profitorganizations$40 M+Grants
  4. 4. Lisa BesaChief Operating OfficerOne Laptop Per Child Australia@OLPCAU
  5. 5. Introduction to OLPC Australia• About OLPC•  One Laptop per Child (OLPC) is a global not-for-profit organisationempowering children through education since 2005•  At the heart of OLPC’s work is the XO laptop, a low-cost custom-made devicefor children•  Over 2.5 million children and teachers have XO laptops worldwide• OLPC Australia•  Deployed 7,400 XOs since launching in 2009•  Funded by DEEWR to deploy 50,000 XOs by June 2014
  6. 6. OLPC and the SFDC Foundation 1/1/1 Model• People•  A team of Salesforce engineers worked with OLPC’s Operations Manager to define datamodel and implement basic customisation•  OLPC then engaged with Clouding Around to continue the project• Technology•  Sales Cloud licenses + Vertical response + Cloud Factor•  Fundraising for tracking partnerships and sponsorships•  Marketing for website integration, email campaigns and events•  Sales and logistics for tracking school activity and XO shipments•  Education team for managing teacher training enrollments and course progress•  Reports and Dashboards for DEEWR reporting
  7. 7. One Education Website
  8. 8. School & XO Search
  9. 9. School Details Lookup
  10. 10. Orders & Opportunities
  11. 11. Teacher Training
  12. 12. Products
  13. 13. Invoicing
  14. 14. Deborah WarnerDirect Giving & Database ManagerAustralian Cancer Research Foundation@dhw42
  15. 15. Introduction to ACRF•  Our aim is to beat cancer by funding world-class research.•  We fund research into ALL types of cancer, in only the best researchinstitutes right across Australia.•  100% of the donations we receive go to cancer research.•  Funds raised are used to purchase state of the art equipment &technologies that speed up the discovery process.
  16. 16. The Mass Spectrometer
  17. 17. ACRF CRM Roadmap
  18. 18. Salesforce
  19. 19. Marketo - Marketing Automation
  20. 20. Radian 6 – Social Media Monitoring
  21. 21. Emily ScivettiChief Operations OfficerNational Centre of Indigenous Excellence
  22. 22. Introduction to NCIEResilience. Possibility. Ambition. Connection. Culture.‘We aim to change the opportunity profile for a generation of young Aboriginaland Torres Strait Islanders’Jason Glanville, CEO• Why we exist•  Positive Change. More Opportunities. Better Futures.• What we do•  Unique and innovative model• Our impact•  10,000+ in first two years•  4.7:1
  23. 23. How NCIE partners with the SFDC Foundation• SFDC Foundation Grant•  School Holiday Program•  SFDC Foundation Volunteers•  75% Indigenous participation• SFDC Foundation licenses•  Relationship management•  Data collection and social impact

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