Demandforce Cares

Demandforce Cares was founded in 2011 to give employees the opportunity to give back to the San Francisco-Bay Area community. Each quarter Demandforce Cares selects one non-profit organization to volunteer with outside of the office environment, and one donation drive to participate in within the office..

Our mission is to inspire and motivate Demandforce employees to volunteer and donate in our local community. We remind each other that we can demand more of ourselves by giving back to our community. Work hard, play hard and GIVE BACK!

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Our Volunteer Event History

Beach Clean Up!

June 22, 2013 & July 21, 2103

Demandforce partnered with the Surfrider Foundation to clean up San Francisco beaches. We went to Baker Beach in June on a gorgeous sunny day, and Ocean Beach in July on a typical foggy and cold SF summer's day. This event was even more rewarding because family, friends and pets were able to join us in volunteering.

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Demandforce Blood Drive

March 29, 2013

Demandforce hosted our very first blood drive in the office, with the help of the Blood Centers of the Pacific! We had 45 registered donors, 37 successful donors and 9 volunteers. A very successful blood drive for our first time!

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Polar Plunge for Special Olympics

February 23, 2013

The Polar Plunge brought 40 Demandforce employees together to raise awareness and funds for Special Olympics Northern California. On the Polar Plunge day, our team dove into the freezing cold San Francisco Bay with hundreds of others to show our support of the Special Olympics! 

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San Francisco Food Bank

December 2012

Demandforce gave back this holiday season with a canned food drive in the office and by volunteering at the San Francisco Food Bank. 20 Demandforce volunteers helped sort vegetables, pack food boxes and package rice for deserving families in San Francisco. 

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Glide Memorial Church

September, 2012

Our volunteers went to Glide Memorial Church to serve meals to the homeless and hungry of San Francisco. Glide serves breakfast, lunch and dinner 364 days a year, and requires 60 volunteers a day to serve these meals. A total of 45 Demandforce employees volunteered over the course of 3 days and 9 meals.

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Special Olympics Bowling Night

November, 2012

 Demandforce volunteered with the Special Olympics on Sunday, November 18th at Marin Bowl. There were 40 lanes open for a bowling competition, and our volunteers were lane monitors, helping and cheering on the bowlers. We had 6 volunteers from Demandforce attend, and everyone had a great time!

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Habitat for Humanity

June & November 2012

Habitat for Humanity was our first all-day volunteer opportunity, and 35 volunteers came out on a Saturday to donate their time! We helped build a set of condos in Colma, performing tasks such as hanging sheet rock, applying roofing, water-proofing siding, and much more. Our volunteers loved this so much, we are doing another volunteer day in November 2012.

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Ronald McDonald House

December, 2011 & January, 2012

Groups of 7-10 volunteers made dinner at the Ronald McDonald House (RMH) in San Francisco. Families with children receiving medical care at San Francisco hospitals can stay for extended periods of time at RMH. 35 volunteers participated, bought groceries, prepared dinner and ate with the families 6 evenings over the course of 3 months. RMH told us that the families loved it when Demandforce cooked dinner because the meals were so creative! We also did a toiletry/sundries drive in the office to donate to the families staying at RMH.

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Sun Village, China

December, 2011

Our team of engineers in China went to Sun Village, a non-profit that provides foster care and education for children with incarcerated parents. Volunteers spent time with the children, brought donated food, and worked in Sun Village’s greenhouses to help pick strawberries.

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Larkin Street Youth Services

October & November, 2011

Our first volunteer opportunity was a huge success. We went to Larkin Street Youth Services and helped prep for Halloween and Thanksgiving celebrations. Our 25 volunteers put together toiletry kits for the youth to take with them, cooked food for their holiday parties and sorted/organized clothing donations for their Clothing Closet.

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Our Volunteer Drive History

One Warm Coat

Q1 FY2013

Coat drive through One Warm Coat, benefitting St. Anthony Foundation - Over 170 coats collected.
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Sundries/Toiletry Drive

Q1 & Q2 FY2012

Benefiting families at the Ronald McDonald House - Hundreds of travel-size toiletries collected.