‘Ohana Floors

‘Ohana is a Hawaiian term meaning family. We use it to describe the extended bond between our employees, customers, partners, and communities. Our ‘Ohana Floors extend a warm welcome to you and your guests as a way of saying thank you to the communities where we live and work.

Make your next event an unforgettable one.

We offer event spaces on the top floors of our global towers to nonprofits and foundations aligned with our culture of giving back. If your organization focuses on humanitarian, social, educational, or environmental causes, we invite you to submit a request to host an event on our ‘Ohana Floors.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

The capacity of our ‘Ohana Floors varies by location and depends upon event setup. Please check our individual building pages to confirm capacity for your desired location.

We are delighted to make this space available for use by nonprofits and charitable foundations that are aligned with our culture of giving back. We primarily partner with organizations that focus on humanitarian and social causes, public education, and the environment.

We currently offer the space for nonprofits to host their events once every 12 months and we currently book events up to six months out. Please submit your event request on the desired page and someone from the team will get back to you within 7–10 business days.

Our towers can host fundraising events and receptions for nonprofits and charitable organizations.

In general, the ‘Ohana Floor is available for nonprofit and charitable organizations on weeknights (Monday through Friday), based on availability. Hours may vary by location. The ‘Ohana Floor will be closed on national holidays and company-recognized holidays.

Existing furniture and access to additional Salesforce resources, if available. Use of all built-in AV equipment and an expert event team to help manage your event.

Additional costs associated with an average ‘Ohana Floor event budget:

  • Parking
  • Building security
  • Catering
  • Bar service
  • Additional AV support and staff
  • Printing services (including signage, name tags, menus, etc.)
  • Volunteers for coat check, check-in, etc.

Your event is confirmed when you receive the counter-signed Salesforce ‘Ohana Floor Booking Agreement. Until such agreement is fully executed, your event is not confirmed.

We have an extensive and varied list of preferred vendors, including minority-owned businesses, we’ve worked with on past events who understand our COI requirements and building load-in and load-out processes to ensure a flawless experience. These preferred vendors must be used for events taking place on our ‘Ohana Floors and offer a wide range of services to accommodate a variety of budgets.

You will need to provide a final guest list, including legal first and last names and emails, to your Salesforce event manager at least three business days prior to your event. Access is only granted to guests who have been preregistered; invitations are not transferable.

Alcohol may only be served at evening events and is limited to beer, wine, and one signature cocktail, which must be served by a member of the catering team. Alcohol service will end 30 minutes prior to the close of the event.