The Salesforce Foundation has announced the formation of an Advisory Board comprised of nonprofit organizations and partners, which will help the Foundation set the direction of the Nonprofit Starter Pack. The Nonprofit Starter Pack Advisory Board will be comprised of up to 12 members, with three seats reserved for nonprofit organizations and three seats for implementation partners. The remaining seats will automatically be granted to people who have actively contributed code and guidance to this project in the past. This is an amazing opportunity for nonprofit users to nominate members of their community to contribute to the development of this widely used platform.
Cloud for Good has nominated its founder and CEO, Tal Frankfurt to the Advisory Board. Prior to founding Cloud for Good, Tal was the Director of Resource Development for a nonprofit organization that worked with at-risk immigrant youth. It was through his quest for better tools to manage donors, volunteers and participants that Tal learned about all Salesforce had to offer. The adoption of Salesforce into his everyday work life sparked the inception of Cloud for Good, a Salesforce implementation partner working primarily with nonprofit and educational institutions, to create and implement strategic solutions based on cloud technology.
Cloud for Good has implemented the Nonprofit Starter Pack for hundreds of nonprofit organizations and is passionate about this product. We would love to bring our experience and expertise to the Nonprofit Starter Pack Advisory Board and help shape the future enhancements of this application. We have listened to our customers and have a wealth of knowledge that will benefit the nonprofit community.
We would be honored to have your vote for Tal Frankfurt to join the Nonprofit Starter Pack Advisory Board. The nomination process is easy. Simply click this link, sign into the Salesforce Foundation Hub,* and ‘Like’ the post for Tal Frankfurt.
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*You will need to be a Salesforce Foundation member or partner to vote.
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