Community Innovation


Having been so fortunate in 2013, we are spending our time this season simply giving back! We look forward to doing that through our Alfresco Shares global community service efforts that strive to make a positive impact and encourages our worldwide network of partners, customers and community to join us this holiday to give back.

Every little bit helps and we are always amazed to see the outpouring of support and hope that comes from those able to give. Last year the Alfresco family worked together to contribute two truckloads to the local chapter of Toys for Tots and this year our goal is to donate even more!


We’re expanding our drive to our headquarters in San Mateo and beyond, encouraging all employees around the world to participate in their own community toy drives.

We encourage everyone to join us and remote team members are showing us how to give by placing orders online and having boxes of toys shipped directly to one of the Alfresco offices.

On the other side of the pond, our team just outside of London organized a holiday raffle to support an organization called Alexander Devine Hospice Services, a children’s charity raising money to build the first children’s hospice in Berkshire.

Want to get involved?

Check out your local Toys for Tots to find the nearest donation location. If you’re in the neighborhood, stop by one of our global offices and add an unwrapped present to our tree. For more information on the Alfresco Shares initiative, contact Courtney Rocco.

Tree, Holiday, Alfresco

We look forward to hearing from you this holiday season. Leave us a comment and let us know how you are joining in the spirit of giving!


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Jessica Cooper

Hi! My name is Jessica and I am responsible for Global Customer Advocacy at Alfresco! I am excited to work with such a great group of customers and look forward to meeting each of you and learning about your innovative use cases for Alfresco!

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