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Standing with Ukraine

As the war in Ukraine persists with its heartbreaking impact on the courageous Ukrainian people and their loved ones around the world, we’re continuing our support of humanitarian efforts in the region.

Together with our employees and partners we’ve now donated more than $5 million USD to address basic needs, support refugees, and advance food security across Ukraine and bordering countries — working with our core partners including World Central Kitchen, UNHCR (the UN Refugee Agency), the International Committee of the Red Cross, and RefugeeForce. We’re encouraging our employees to continue to donate to our trusted nonprofit partners and Salesforce will continue to match those donations.

In March, we partnered with to send the equivalent of a plane load of supplies — including hospital beds, medical kits and school supplies to Eastern Europe.

In addition, Salesforce technology is powering more than 30 humanitarian organizations in the region, including the Polish Red Cross.

Our hearts remain with the people of Ukraine and their loved ones as they endure incredible adversity. We will continue to take action to support those impacted by these tragic events.

March 7, 2022

We are heartbroken by the violence and loss of life due to the invasion of Ukraine. We stand in solidarity with the Ukrainian people and we are hopeful for an expedient path to peace.

While we do not have offices or employees in the region, we are supporting our employees who have loved ones there. Salesforce and our employees are donating an initial $2 million to nonprofit relief organizations working to help people in Ukraine and those who are being displaced. And we are accelerating our work to address the humanitarian crisis.

We do not have a material business in Russia. Through resellers and other channels we have a very small number of Russia-based customers, and we began exiting those relationships last week.

Our hearts go out to the people of Ukraine, their loved ones, and all of those affected.


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