One great way to enrich your employee volunteer program and get your employees more engaged is to partner directly with a nonprofit organization.
Forming a close, long-term relationship with an organization gives your employees the opportunity to really get to know the cause, and find more ways to give their time and skills to help.
Here’s a round-up of articles and resources from VolunteerMatch about how your company can partner with nonprofits:
How are companies and nonprofits connected through the VolunteerMatch network? This unique model ensures that everyone – individual, employee, organization, or company – has the opportunity to make a difference.
See the possibilities of working with nonprofits realized: The story of VolunteerMatch’s partnership with UnitedHealth Group, and how we created something together that will benefit the rest of the world…
Don’t fall victim to the dreaded Overhead Myth! Work with your nonprofit partners to overcome the prejudices and support nonprofits in a way that will impact their communities and your own business.
What are the key ingredients for a successful corporate-nonprofit volunteer partnership? How can nonprofits and businesses, no matter the size, industry or level of experience, create a strong relationship for employee volunteer programs? Get the answers to these questions and more in this recorded webinar.
New tech companies often have a lot of energy, passion and resources to put towards making a difference. Why reinvent the wheel? By partnering with existing nonprofit organizations who already know the needs and lay of the land, more can be done to help more people, more successfully.
The Employee Engagement Platform from VolunteerMatch Solutions has easy-to-use functionality built right in that connects you and your employees to nonprofits in the community, and helps you manage and strengthen those relationships. Find out more and request a demo!