26 Oct 5 Days of Giving Back: Simplus and Infosys at AMER Days
Salesforce AMER Days, an annual six-week period for Salesforce partners to engage in immersive, community-focused training and certification sessions, is wrapping up soon. To finish it off right, Simplus and Infosys are uniting with five days of giving back to support Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals (CMNH). CMNH’s purpose is to provide the best care for kids. Children’s hospitals rely on donations and community support, as Medicaid and insurance programs do not fully cover the cost of care. Since 1983, Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals has helped fill those funding gaps by raising more than $7 billion.
During the Salesforce AMER Days Giving Back activity, Infosys and Simplus will lend a hand to this nonprofit’s mission to save and improve the lives of as many children as possible. In addition, Simplus and Infosys recently hosted the annual Power Up for Dreamforce Party, this year raising donations for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. After raising $105,000 dollars from that event alone, we’re excited to see the awareness and funds the next five days generate for this wonderful cause.
You can check out the daily task for the five days of giving back below and follow along with us!
Day 1 — Oct 26th
Follow CMNH and stay connected. Keep up with events, news, and corporate-sponsored promotions.
Day 2 — Oct 27th
Request a free Miracle band HERE. “By wearing the #MiracleBand, you’re helping spread the message that local children’s hospitals rely on your support to provide life-saving care”
Day 3 — Oct 28th
Enjoy a sweet treat and give back at the same time! For every Blizzard sold on Miracle Treat Day (Oct 28) at participating Dairy Queen locations, $1 or more will be donated to your local Children’s Miracle Network Hospital.
Day 4 — Oct 29th
Spread the word! Share CMNH information and media links on your preferred social media platforms. Only takes a few minutes but this simple activity can have a big impact.
Day 5 — Nov 1st
Make a donation. CMNH’s $7 billion raised has been mostly $1 at a time. No amount is too small.