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Community Manager
Community Manager

Passage Technology

Lake Forest, IL



Since 2008, Passage Technology’s apps and development services have been used by admins and developers for building solutions on the Salesforce platform. Ranging from time-saving admin apps, to productivity tools for sales and service, their solutions meet the competitive timelines and stringent security standards required by Salesforce and the industry. They have committed to pledging their product and time towards helping the community.


Passage Technology’s Pledge 1% Impact Reaches 126 Nonprofit Customers


Passage Technology is proud to support the Pledge 1% global philanthropic movement and be a force for good.  One of the ways we are supporting Pledge 1% is through product donations to the nonprofit community. Since 2012, Passage Technology has offered product discounts to nearly 126 nonprofit customers, and last year we expanded our support to include giving time to a nonprofit organization for Giving Tuesday.


Following are examples of how we are making an impact through our Pledge 1% programs.


Leveraging Data to Fight Poverty in NYC & Empower Local Nonprofits

As the largest poverty fighting organization in New York City, Robin Hood has been supporting families by building and fueling nonprofits across all five boroughs for 30+ years. Robin Hood’s mission is to build pathways out of poverty for New Yorkers, and they invest over $140 million every year to fund impactful poverty-fighting programs to help those who are in need. When Robin Hood was experiencing inefficiencies with time consuming, manual data aggregation–users were running reports, exporting data into spreadsheets, and creating pivot tables. To overcome this, they used Rollup Helper from Passage Technology to help streamline their data aggregation and reporting.


Brightening the Holidays for Hospitalized Kids with Handmade Cards




Cards for Hospitalized Kids is a Chicago based organization that sends cards to children's hospitals in all 50 states, including Ronald McDonald Houses (RMHs) nationwide. An internationally recognized charitable organization, Cards for Hospitalized Kids spreads hope, joy, and magic to hospitalized kids across America through uplifting, handmade cards. The nonprofit’s website reports that they have sent cards to over 14,000 kids in 150 hospitals and Ronald McDonald Houses in the United States. During the holidays, they send 3,000 cards to hospitalized kids.



Their #1 tip or advice for companies?


Volunteering and participating in events like Giving Tuesday is a great way to help others, and it’s also a great way to practice gratitude. Practicing gratitude also has health benefits. Psychology Today reports, “Feeling grateful boosts happiness and fosters both physical and psychological health.