By Amy Skeeters-Behrens, Executive Director, DocuSign IMPACT

As part of our ongoing pledge to making a difference in the global communities where our employees work, DocuSign is excited to join fellow #ImpactCloud members in partnering with Full Circle Fund to share the skills, expertise and resources of Silicon Valley with local nonprofit organizations. 

DocuSign is committed to harnessing the power of our people, products, and profits for good. Every year we host hundreds of developers at our annual hack-for-good challenge to create innovative solutions for nonprofits as part of DocuSign Momentum, our annual customer, partner and developer conference. Our employees are encouraged to take action in their own communities by volunteering with organizations and causes they believe in. And we support that action by providing up to 24 hours paid time off a year for these pursuits. 

Beyond offering paid volunteer time, we aim to inspire the citizen philanthropist in our employees as part of our goal to be the place where people feel empowered to do the work of their lives. In partnership with Full Circle Fund and the #ImpactCloud partners (Adobe, Amazon, Box, Chegg, Forge, Okta, Oracle NetSuite, Salesforce, Splunk, and Twilio) two executives at DocuSign will provide hands-on expertise to accelerate and help scale three tech nonprofits offering innovative solutions for social good.

We are excited to see the tech community come together with Full Circle Fund and #ImpactCloud to create a more equitable community that works for everyone.

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