Salesforce.com Chairman & CEO, Marc Benioff, to Speak at the Global Philanthropy Forum’s 6th Annual Conference in Mountain View on Wednesday, April 11, 2007

An audio webcast of Mr. Benioff's panel discussion will be available on the Global Philanthropy Forum's website

SAN FRANCISCO, April 6, 2007 - Salesforce.com (NYSE: CRM), the market and technology leader in on-demand business services, today announced that Marc Benioff, chairman and CEO of salesforce.com, will speak on a panel at the Global Philanthropy Forum's (GPF) 6th Annual Conference at the Google Campus in Mountain View on Wednesday, April 11, 2007 at 1:45pm (PDT) / 4:45pm (EDT).

The GPF is an international network of donors and social investors pioneered by the World Affairs Council of Northern California. The GPF's 600 members come together from around the world in an annual meeting and at smaller seminars to inform, enable and enhance the strategic nature of their giving and social investing.

An audio webcast of Mr. Benioff's panel discussion will be available on the Global Philanthropy Forum's website at www.philanthropyforum.org. In addition, the panel will also be broadcast on the World Affairs Council's radio program, It's Your World.

About Salesforce Foundation

The Salesforce.com Foundation is the leader in pioneering, evangelizing and implementing the 1% Model, and using this model as a means to improve the lives of people around the world. The Salesforce.com Foundation harnesses the power of product and people to improve the lives of those in need. Using the unique 1/1/1 Model -- 1% Time, 1% Equity, 1% Product, and "one" with the earth -- the Foundation reaches out to the community and increases the effectiveness of nonprofit organizations so they can better achieve their goals, which the Salesforce.com Foundation calls the Power of Us. The Salesforce.com Foundation concentrates on the use of technology, specifically as it relates to organizations with youth development programs. The Salesforce.com Foundation has supported technology projects around the world that help kids in technology -- bereft urban and rural areas create a better future for themselves. Since July of 2000, salesforce.com employees have given over 60,000 hours of their time and expertise, feeding the homeless, tutoring kids, improving nonprofit spaces, and offering hundreds of helping hands when the world is faced with devastating natural disasters.

About Salesforce Foundation

The Salesforce.com Foundation is the leader in pioneering, evangelizing and implementing the 1% Model, and using this model as a means to improve the lives of people around the world. The Salesforce.com Foundation harnesses the power of product and people to improve the lives of those in need. Using the unique 1/1/1 Model -- 1% Time, 1% Equity, 1% Product, and "one" with the earth -- the Foundation reaches out to the community and increases the effectiveness of nonprofit organizations so they can better achieve their goals, which the Salesforce.com Foundation calls the Power of Us. The Salesforce.com Foundation concentrates on the use of technology, specifically as it relates to organizations with youth development programs. The Salesforce.com Foundation has supported technology projects around the world that help kids in technology -- bereft urban and rural areas create a better future for themselves. Since July of 2000, salesforce.com employees have given over 60,000 hours of their time and expertise, feeding the homeless, tutoring kids, improving nonprofit spaces, and offering hundreds of helping hands when the world is faced with devastating natural disasters.