If you’re a nonprofit attending the Salesforce1 Tour in DC today, please follow our nonprofit user group @salesforcedc handle on Twitter for tips. You’re also welcome to text Charise, user group co-leader, at 2O2 84I O4O7, with questions or interest in connecting with other nonprofits attending the event.
Here are a few tips @charisevl tweeted this morning:
Upcoming DC Nonprofits Salesforce User Group Meetings and Happy Hours
In-person meetings take place on the 3rd Thursday of every other month, 5-6:30pm. Some meetings will be followed by happy hour. We may meet more frequently if sufficient venues and presenters become available.
Prior to the transition of all Salesforce.com User Groups to Eventbrite in the summer of 2013, our group used Meetup.com. Below is a screenshot that lists our meetups between March 2012 and May 2013. I thought it might be nice to post here for reference since our group on Meetup.com no longer exists.
Here’s a chart of our group’s membership numbers on Meetup.com for the same time period.
Per requests and ideas from members, I started up this blog to:
Make it easier for anyone to find out about our group – especially nonprofit folks considering Salesforce.com or just getting started.
Provide a publicly searchable space for anyone to post resources, announcements and how to’s. We’re committed to utilizing the Power of Us Hub, but this site may be easier for some members to publish existing documentation and resources to. We will then post links with an FYI on the “master” Power of Us Hub resource.
If you’re interested in contributing, it’s easy! Email dcusergroup (at) gmail (dot) come or tweet me at @salesforcedc and I’ll create a user account for you to author blog posts.