VolunteerMatch Welcomes New Partners

Welcome new clients!VolunteerMatch currently works with over 145 leading companies and organizations across a wide range of industries, and its always exciting when new partners come on board to enrich the community.

We want to welcome a few new members to the volunteering fold. They join our other corporate clients in displaying their commitment to corporate responsibility, volunteer engagement and community impact.

  • AT&T Cares for its Communities
    VolunteerMatch is excited to team up with AT&T, Inc., a premier communications holding company, as it enhances its volunteer engagement efforts. AT&T Cares is a comprehensive, company-wide volunteer initiative designed to provide options for how employees volunteer, while encouraging sustained and meaningful relationships in their communities. AT&T will use VolunteerMatch’s Employee Volunteer Tools and API plug-ins to provide a one-stop location for employees to access and track volunteer opportunities that are personally important to them.
  • Marsh & McLennan Companies Does Good
    New to the VolunteerMatch family this quarter is Marsh & McLennan Companies, a global team of professional services companies offering clients advice and solutions in the areas of risk, strategy and human capital. The organization already realizes the value of a strategic, integrated CSR program to help differentiate its business, build a strong brand, and recruit and retain top talent. It will work with VolunteerMatch to enhance the level of colleague engagement with Employee Volunteer Tools.

In addition to AT&T and Marsh & McLennan, a bunch of other new clients have joined our network of business partnerships, including Philips Electronics North America, Robert Half International Inc., Expeditors International of Washington, Inc. and Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing.

Welcome all, and we can’t wait to see you at the 2012 Client Summit!

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