Rounding out our 2013 SuiteVolunteers pro bono program, we are excited to announce the 25 organizations who received services during Q3 from our employee volunteers.
This year has provided us with a fantastic opportunity to work with grantees (charities and social enterprises that use NetSuite as part of our donation program) from all over the world.
Here’s how the program shook out:
- Q1 2013 – 22 grantees Receive Services including marketing campaigns and budget projects
- Q2 2013 – 21 grantees received services including customizations and simple implementations
- Q3 2013 – 25 grantees receive services including online donation check-out pages and business process automations
In August, we welcomed our third group of pro bono SuiteVolunteers. Sixty-six employees from offices around the world have worked together virtually to tackle a wide range of projects for these grantee customers. We are thrilled to offer this service, and love witnessing the benefits of pro bono for both the grantees and our employees.
The 2013 Q3 SuiteVolunteer Granteess
- Addgene, Inc
- AyurVAID Hospitals
- Charity: Water
- Chick Boss
- Child Advocates of CT
- Community Writers Of Squaw Valley
- Computer History Museum
- Educational Empowerment
- Envirofit International
- FH Canada
- Joanne Pang Foundation
- Learning Ally
- National Runaway Safeline
- New Teacher Center
- (NIP) Winner’s Circle
- Philippine Trade and Investment Center
- Randall Surgical Corp
- Seed Savers Exchange
- Tech Soup Global
- The Foundation Center
This marks the formal end of our 2013 pro bono campaign, and the NetSuite.org team is eager to start planning the 2014 SuiteVolunteers program. If you’re interested in receiving pro bono support from SuiteVolunteers in 2014 keep an eye on our website for the call for entries in January.
Have an idea about a service or project you’d like to see our employees offer pro bono? Let us know @NetSuiteOrg.