By Jackie Montesinos Suarez

A typical day in the life of a non-profit administrator is filled with spreadsheets, paperwork, managing employees and controlling many diverse administrative and operational aspects. As a non-profit grows, so do the challenges and workload.

As part of its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) program, SAP has expanded its donation portfolio to include SAP Business One to enable nonprofits to run better with SAP technology – all for a good cause. SAP is running an exclusive campaign for partners to nominate a nonprofit or a charitable organization of their choice to receive a free donation of the SAP Business One application. The objective is to secure North America’s first SAP Business One donation. Partners have until May 26 to submit their nomination. The winner will be announced in June with an expected go-live implementation completed by December 2014.

In order to be eligible for a donation, the organization must officially be recognized as a charitable, non-profit or non-government organization (NGO) in the country where it is located. NGOs with a focus on education and/or entrepreneurship will be prioritized, though SAP also welcomes nominations of NGOs that support the healthcare or sports industries.

Join us in driving social impact by enabling nonprofits to run better!

By offering our solutions and expertise to non-profit organizations, we are enabling them to not only become more efficient but also deliver more services and ultimately help the world run better. Our objective is to help non-profits improve performance, streamline operations and free up resources so they can better serve their mission.

To see a successful project, watch this video on how Echale a Tu Casa, a nonprofit in Mexico is saving lives – thanks to the donation of SAP Business One through SAP’s CSR program.

Jackie Montesinos Suarez is head of Corporate Social Responsibility for SAP North America.