Did Salesforce help during the Covid-19 pandemic?

Yes!

RATING: +8
  1. Donated $1M to the UCSF COVID-19 Response fund (Salesforce)
  2. They’re making their technology available to help our customers, partners, and communities (Salesforce)
  3. Through Health Cloud, Salesforce will provide free access to technology for emergency response teams, call centers, and care management teams for health systems affected by coronavirus (Salesforce)
  4. Tableau has developed a free data resource hub to help organizations see and understand coronavirus data in near real-time. This includes case data compiled by Johns Hopkins University as well as data from WHO and the CDC. To help teams collaborate while employees are away from the office, Quip Starter will be available for free to any Salesforce customer or non-profit organization through September 30, 2020 (Salesforce)
  5. They also continue to pay their hourly workers, interns and contractors (Salesforce & KTVU)
  6. San Francisco starts coronavirus aid fund with $1.5 million from Salesforce (SFChronicle)
  7. In a tweet, the Salesforce founder, chairman and CEO Marc Benioff pledged no “significant layoffs” for the next 90 days. That includes hourly employees, who will continue to receive wages while staying at home (CRN)
  8. Marc Benioff’s $25 Million Blitz to Buy Protective Gear From China including medical supplies to NY (NYTimes & Yahoo)
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