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Hello Again from Booth W227 at Dreamforce 2014

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Hello Again from Booth W227 at Dreamforce 2014

DFGivesIt was another full day for Team SurveyMonkey at this year’s Dreamforce conference. In between our discussions with conference attendees about the new SurveyMonkey for Salesforce App and learning about the latest and greatest in technological innovations, we’ve been thoroughly inspired at keynotes with world leaders like Hillary Clinton and Klaus Schwab.

And despite the spectacle (Coke-delivering drones anyone?), the Salesforce team has also made it clear that is also an event about giving back. Their famed 1/1/1 pledge invites fellow technology companies to leverage 1% of the company’s product, equity and time to improve communities around the world. This philosophy is an essential part of Dreamforce. Each day of this conference addresses a particular community or issue—Day 2 was focused entirely on children.

So, we’re proud to announce that we’ve added the UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospitals as a member of SurveyMonkey Contribute–our membership organization where people complete surveys in exchange for donations to their favorite charities. We have over 30 world class charity partners in the United States, Australia and United Kingdom that we’re currently working with and it’s truly an honor that we get to support the great work of the UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital.

If you’re interested in raising funds to directly the important work done by this institution, you can sign up here. If you’re at Dreamforce, be sure to stop by our booth—W227 at Moscone West—to learn more about how you can support UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital through SurveyMonkey Contribute.

Enjoy the rest of the conference, everyone.

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