How to Get the Most Out of Salesforce’s Nonprofit Summit

The first-ever Salesforce Nonprofit Summit is almost a month away! Below are some details on how you can join the amazing speakers, an inspiring community of changemakers, and education breakout sessions with industry experts – virtually.  

Nonprofit Summit 

April 21, 2021 

Register here (Did I mention registration is free?)

Tips to Getting the Most From This Virtual Event

Tip 1: Take advantage of this being a FREE virtual event. 

There are five different tracks that you can choose from for the Nonprofit Summit, including Increase Fundraising Agility, Improving the Constituent Experience, Optimizing Data and Reporting, Managing and Scaling Your Platform.  You can, of course, mix and match, but it may be wise to ask colleagues from other departments to join the event and attend sessions on a different track than yours.

Tip 2: Get Involved

During the event, you will want to make sure you are interacting as much as possible. We rarely get to see so many of our peers, industry leaders, and subject matter experts in one spot. And Salesforce.org has made a ton of investments to make sure this event is perfect and provides a great user experience for all attendees. Do not be afraid to ask questions, network, or interact with your peers in the chat and make sure to use all of the other features that the platform has to offer.

One great opportunity to network is during the roundtable sessions. These are interactive sessions designed to connect you with other nonprofits interested in the same topics you are. You will be able to hear how other organizations are overcoming challenges, innovating, and then add to the conversation by sharing your unique insight.

Tip 3: Keep the Momentum Going

Once the event concludes, you should try and meet with your team and other departments who attended the event to share knowledge and brainstorm ways you can implement those best practices into your organization.

Follow Cloud for Good, Salesforce, and other speakers on LinkedIn or Twitter to keep the conversation going. You can also sign up for Trailhead – a gamified approach to learning Salesforce. It will help you learn more about the products you’ve just heard about in a much more technical way.

How You Can Find Cloud for Good

Cloud for Good will be sponsoring the event as a Platinum sponsor. This means there are a few ways you can engage with us at the Summit.

Expo Hall:

Come drop by the Cloud for Good booth at the virtual expo hall where you can find your favorite Salesforce partners, including Cloud for Good! We’ll have resources and experts staffed, so stop by with any questions, for great conversations, or just to say hello.

Customer Sessions:

We’ll also be joining some exceptional customers as they share information on how they have scaled technology, increased their constituent experience, improved fundraising, and drove business value using the Salesforce Platform.

 

From amazing thought leaders like Dr. Jane Goodall, talented performers like Leslie Odom Jr., and over 30 content sessions across 4 tracks – you won’t want to miss being a part of the first-ever Salesforce Nonprofit Summit. Make sure to register to stay up to date on the latest news and amazing ways to get involved. Have any additional questions? Let me know at Jennifer.tate@cloud4good.com