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With more than 7,000 nonprofit and higher education employees attending Dreamforce ’15, it is the largest nonprofit technology conference in the world. Full-time employees of an organization recognized as a charitable, nonprofit, or nongovernmental organization get access to a discount code. Need more reasons to attend? Here they are.

Learn Where Technology Is Going

In today’s world it is vital for nonprofit organizations to stay up to speed with the latest technologies. Your existing strategies may not work as they used to, and the outdated technology you’re working with only gets you halfway of where you need to be to succeed in your mission. Attending Dreamforce means you can see what’s happening today, what will happen tomorrow and what is being done to make your life easier.

Learn How to Connect With Your Constituents

This year’s agenda will once again be filled with countless breakout sessions by thought leaders, all aimed to share their knowledge so you can accelerate your mission. Attending breakout sessions at Dreamforce is a great way to learn how to truly connect with each of your constituents, raise more funds and make the world a better place.

Get Inspired

The line-up at Dreamforce is usually impressive to say the least, and it keeps getting bigger and bigger each year. Being around so many inspiring personalities yields new ideas and insights, allowing you to see things from a new perspective so you can continue to innovate fundraising efforts for your organization.

Philanthropy Is a Key Pillar for Salesforce

As you may know, philanthropy is a key pillar for Salesforce and CEO Marc Benioff. For example, the Salesforce Foundation is based on the simple idea of leveraging Salesforce’s people, technology, and resources to help improve communities around the world. They call this philanthropic approach the 1-1-1 model.

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