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See What it Looks Like When 10K Salesforce Employees and Their Kids Work Together Around the World

Father and daughter hug Astro at bring your kid to work day

Salesforce welcomed parents and their kids to this year’s Salesforce Adventure Club, the company’s annual “bring your kids to work day”  

Each year, Salesforce offices around the world are transformed into playgrounds for some of our most important customers: our kids!

Salesforce Adventure Club – the company’s version of “bring your kids to work day” – is an opportunity for parents and caregivers to create meaningful connections and build community. This year’s event brought together 10,000 employees and their children. 

“These past couple of years have taught us the importance of community, connection, and play,” said ​​Jeffrey Huang, Director of Employee Events at Salesforce. “Salesforce Adventure Club is an opportunity for colleagues to meet each other’s families and get to know one another on a deeper level. It’s also an opportunity for families to get a peek into life at Salesforce – and more importantly, have fun!”  

The Indianapolis office celebrates Adventure Club activities

Families came together in offices around the globe for activities like scavenger hunts, arts and crafts, meet and greets with Salesforce mascots, a book exchange, coding and a balloon animals show. Participants also tuned in for virtual interactive programming, such as story time, science experiments, an intro to Salesforce’s Equality Groups, a chat with a wildlife specialist about endangered animals, and even a disco dance party.  

Here are some highlights from this year’s event: 

Kids participate in Salesforce Adventure Club’s in-person activities at Salesforce Tower in San Francisco.
 Kids in the San Francisco office receive custom animal balloons. 
Appy and Codey greet a Salesforce parent and child for Salesforce Adventure Club. 
A Salesforce parent enjoys some 1:1 reading time with her kiddo. 
A Salesforce parent and child smile at the camera as they take a photo with Astro. 

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