The “Salesforce Selfie” Community Survey: #AwesomeAdmins Give Back
If you’re a Salesforce admin or developer, whether you’re going to Dreamforce ‘17 or not, join your friends and peers in giving back to help homeless children by taking this year’s “Salesforce Selfie” Community Survey. As Spanning has done in 2014, 2015, and 2016, we’re asking all #AwesomeAdmins and amazing Salesforce developers to complete a survey focused on the Salesforce Ohana. Survey findings are shared back into the Community in the form of infographic highlights and reports, and can help you benchmark your organization and your Salesforce career compared with peers.
For every unique survey completed, Spanning will donate $10 to Project Night Night! Last year, we had more than 500 surveys completed—and I hope this year we’ll top 600.
Giving back – it’s the #SalesforceOhana way
Spanning Backup supports Salesforce’s mission of giving back—our company recently matched employee donations for victims of Hurricane Harvey, for example, and we run regular Meals on Wheels routes. Another way we give back is by using your survey responses to help support Project Night Night.
Did you know that one in 30 American children will face homelessness sometime this year?
Every year, Project Night Night donates more than 25,000 Night Night Packages to homeless children 12 and younger. Night Night Packages contain a new security blanket, an age-appropriate children’s book, and a stuffed animal, all tucked inside a new canvas tote bag. By providing these “objects of reliable comfort,” Project Night Night reduces trauma for homeless children during times of upheaval, supporting their emotional and cognitive well-being.
This year, Apttus joins Spanning Backup in sponsoring the “Salesforce Selfie”
To amplify the #SalesforceOhana’s impact, Spanning Backup has teamed up with Apttus, an AppExchange leader in Configure-Price-Quote, in sponsoring this year’s survey. Eric Dreshfield, Advocacy Manager at Apttus and Salesforce MVP, has long been an advocate for Project Night Night in the Salesforce Community, and we’re delighted to have Eric and Apttus as a partner in our effort. Look for me, Eric, and others from Spanning and Apttus at Dreamforce—we’re planning to present our donation to Project Night Night there, and will share details here in late October!
Take the survey now and come see us on the AppExchange
You can find the “Salesforce Selfie” Community Survey here: http://bit.ly/SFSelfie17. If you’re a Salesforce Admin, a Salesforce Developer, or are otherwise part of the #SalesforceOhana, the very few minutes you’ll need to take the survey will benefit homeless children.
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