Webinar: Creative Ways to Use Salesforce to Enhance Your Nonprofit’s Systems

Salesforce is one of the most popular technology platforms that nonprofits are using to connect to their communities for fundraising, communications, program delivery, and more. There are many ways to leverage this platform to help you meet your mission, are you making the most of it?

Join our webinar on May 22 led by Tal Frankfurt, Founder & CEO of Cloud for Good, who will be joined by the ABCD: After Breast Cancer Diagnosis‘ Executive Director, Ginny Finn, and Program Services Manager, Terimarie Degree, and Coaching Corps’ Director of Technology and Organizational Impact, Amy Branner, and Program Manager, Research & Evaluation, Gladys Garcia. Together, they will share their first-hand experiences integrating Salesforce into their work to meet their missions.

Note: Although NTEN is platform- and vendor-agnostic, we know many of our community members use Salesforce, so we hope this will be useful if you’re one of them!

Key takeaways

  • Examples for extending salesforce beyond the traditional implementations
  • Using salesforce for mentor and volunteer matching
  • Using salesforce as a call center tool
  • Using salesforce allow external users to log into a secured portal

Who should attend your webinar? Whether you are already using Salesforce and you are exploring implementing it for other departments or if you are not using salesforce and you just want to see how other organizations are using technology to better service their constituents, this webinar is for you.

Speaker: Tal Frankfurt
Tal Frankfurt (@TalFrankfurt) is Founder and CEO of Cloud for Good, a certified B Corporation and an Inc.500 company, that works with organizations to create and implement strategic Salesforce solutions. While working as a spokesperson and director of resource development for a nonprofit organization, Tal was looking for tools to better manage his constituents (donors, volunteers, the media etc.). He heard about The Salesforce Foundation and this started a snowball effect. The rest, as they say, is history. He founded and led a Salesforce Nonprofit User Group and was exposed to the growing need for many nonprofits to integrate technology tools such as Salesforce to achieve their mission. Subsequently, Tal founded Cloud for Good, a consulting firm that works primarily with nonprofit organizations and educational institutions. ​​Tal ​was chosen in 2010 to be one of the first Salesforce MVP Program members and has maintained that status to date.
Speaker: Terimarie Degree
Terimarie Degree currently serves as ABCD's Program Services Manager. In this role Terimarie has lead responsibilities on a team of staff providing ABCD's signature service; customized one-to-one peer support matches. She is also lead team member for the logistics of ABCD's national volunteer training program and educational workshop offerings. Additionally she provides Salesforce training for staff as well as implements customization based on assessments related to the organization's continuous growth and the capabilities of the software resulting in improved reporting and service delivery.