The DC Nonprofit Salesforce User Group is a group for nonprofits using the Salesforce.com CRM platform in the DC area. Members network, share best practices, and enjoy tasty snacks. Please join us!

The goal of the user group program is to build an enthusiastic, self-sustaining community that enables members to be more successful with Salesforce. We typically meet the third Thursday of every month so mark your calendars and check here for event details. We’re also hoping to start ‘Birds of a Feather’ lunches and/or online meetings in the “off” months so nonprofits with similar Salesforce projects can get to know each other even better and help each other out.


Join our online group to post questions and start discussions.Visit http://powerofus.salesforcefoundation.org/ > Login with your Salesforce.com credentials > User Groups > Washington DC Nonprofit User Group (bottom right) > Upload a photo and about who you are and why you want to join > Request membership

If you prefer to use a Salesforce account specific to you and not tied to your job, sign up for a Salesforce.com developer account (https://events.developerforce.com/signup?d=70130000000EjHb) and use that to sign into our virtual user group using this link http://washingtondcnonprofit.salesforceusergroups.com/ (only Salesforce.com Foundation customers can login to the Power of Us Hub, but this link allows developer accounts to access our user group).

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Contact info for co-leaders

Charise Van Liew: cvanliew (at) pewtrusts (dot) org

Scott Mostrom: smostrom (at) acfsolutions (dot) com

Julie Dennis: julie (at) picnet (dot) net


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