Tag archive for Force for Change Grants

The History of HomeKeeper: From local impact to national shared measurement

The History of HomeKeeper: From local impact to national shared measurement

HomeKeeper is a Salesforce-based system for affordable homeownership organizations. It combines a day-to-day program management system with a shared measurement system. It is currently in use by over seventy organizations across the country. This post shares the history of how the HomeKeeper system came together over…

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Data Collection in the Field with the Nature Conservancy

Data Collection in the Field with the Nature Conservancy

Five and a half million ducks, geese, swans, and shorebirds migrate through California’s Central Valley each year, but they are struggling. In the Central Valley, 95% of shorebird habitat has been lost to development, leaving just 5% to support the entire population on their journey….

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Highlights of Four Force for Change Grants

Highlights of Four Force for Change Grants

The Salesforce Foundation recently announced their 2015 Force for Change grant program. This grant program focuses on “increasing social impact through the innovative use of Salesforce technologies.” In the past, these grants have helped nonprofit and higher ed organizations accelerate and/or scale their work in…

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Four Keys to Scaling a Nonprofit Solution

Four Keys to Scaling a Nonprofit Solution

At Dreamforce 13 a group of us pulled together a panel to share our collective experience building and scaling Salesforce applications for the nonprofit sector. This post is a collaborative effort of Alex Bernadotte from Beyond 12, Zach Goldstein from Health Leads, Tiffany Eng from…

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