Posted by Teryll Hopper, Communications Manager of Corporate Citizenship, NetSuite
Happy 2016 from all of us here at NetSuite.org! As we dive into a brand new year full of opportunities to support the amazing work of nonprofits and social enterprises across the globe through our software donation and employee volunteer programs, we wanted to take a look back at 2015 and share eight of our favorite and most popular posts from the year.
1. Customer Success Story: TechSoup
In preparation for World NGO Day, a day to celebrate the work of NGOs, we wrote this post about our partner TechSoup Global and their behind the scenes work to support NGO’s access to the technology and resources they need to focus less on their IT and administrative responsibilities and more on accomplishing their mission.
#tbt to a post abt @TechSoup's work to empower nonprofits w/ the best technology & resources to use it effectively. https://t.co/Y1gCnOcjBC
2. World Water Day
We’re lucky enough to support some amazing water organizations. In celebration of World Water Day last March, we highlighted three of them and their work to bring access to clean water to people around the world.
See how Water for People is tracking the success of their water projects with a software donation from NetSuite.org.
3. Hackathon 4Good Delivers Innovative Solutions for Our Nonprofit Partners
Our second annual Hackathon 4Good brought together NetSuite programmers, developers and partners to develop custom cloud solutions for nonprofit partners Good360 and Found Animals Foundation. Check out the video for highlights from the event.
We’re looking forward to our 3rd annual Hackathon 4Good at NetSuite’s SuiteWorld Customer Conference on May 16th.
#Hackathon4Good delivers innovative solutions for #NetSuite.org’s charity partners: http://t.co/rpJ7JFOHUv pic.twitter.com/Iu3XIuHAMi
4. NetSuite Employees Volunteer More Than 3,100 Hours During Global Impact Week
Taking place on October 5 through 9, 1,000 NetSuite employees across NetSuite’s 24 offices, from Singapore to Montevideo and Melbourne to Waterloo, volunteered the equivalent of 77 work weeks (at 40 hours a week) to nonprofits and causes in their local communities.
Check out this video of volunteer efforts in Oklahoma City and what NetSuite’s commitment to volunteerism means to employees there.
#NetSuite employees volunteer 3,100 hours during Global Impact Week. Check out the recap. https://t.co/2KYnLFIsGp pic.twitter.com/WzkkQJBVVQ
5. MANA Is Working to End Severe Malnutrition in Children
In this video, we showcase how MANA is working to address severe acute malnutrition in children and how a software donation from NetSuite.org is helping.
We absolutely could not do what we do without @NetSuite. Check it out! https://t.co/mFGQtMmVlB #NetSuite #RUTF
— The Mana Crew (@ManaNutrition) November 2, 2015
6. Leaders Gather for Social Impact Accelerated Conference
Our first-ever Social Impact Accelerated Conference brought together 50 leaders from nonprofits and social enterprises in the Philippines to maximize their use of NetSuite to run their organizations more efficiently.
Read the highlights of @NetSuiteorg's first-ever ‘Social Impact, Accelerated’ conference in Manila: https://t.co/pICDt7nUju - #nonprofits
7. TECHO: Working to Overcome Poverty in Latin America with NetSuite.org
TECHO, meaning roof in Spanish, is doing incredible work to empower people living in slums in 19 countries in Central and South America. In this post, their CFO shares how NetSuite is helping them navigate their tremendous growth.
See how @TECHOus is working to overcome poverty in Latin America with the help of #NetSuite. https://t.co/VWIvdZcFIA
8. NetSuite Employee Craig Thiman Gets Perspective Through Volunteerism
In this post, Craig Thiman shares how his volunteer work with Habitat for Humanity in Georgia has given him a deep sense of gratitude for how fortunate he is.
#NetSuite employee Craig Thiman shares how his volunteer exp. w/ @NWmetATLHabitat gives him perspective. https://t.co/eSzkLpeloK
Posted on Wed, January 20, 2016
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