I humbly present the following series of statements leading to a hypothesis for your consideration.
Be it that funders view the essential equation of nonprofit life thusly:
And said funders usually hold to the principle that:
If the equation is altered by introducing Salesforce and Salesforce represents a set of variables holding program-related data which is integrated with said website such that program-related data can be displayed, added to, or edited on said website so that it follows that:
And, given that Soapbox is a website:
Or, to simplify:
Ergo, for this and so many other reasons:
Penny for your thoughts
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