4 Ways Companies Can Turn Corporate Donors into Volunteers

We’ve all heard of turning volunteers into donors, but what about the reverse? Corporations that want to make the most of their philanthropic efforts need to consider their employees that are already giving to nonprofits. Since those employees are already donating to organizations, getting them to participate in your matching gift and volunteer programs isn’t too far of a stretch and can help you raise additional support for nonprofits in your community.

Listen to Your Employees: How to Craft a Volunteer Program That Meets Their Needs

In overwhelming numbers, employees want their companies to offer ways for them to volunteer. Yet, one-third of employees won’t give through their workplace because they’re not able to choose the causes that matter to them. On Tuesday, March 27, 2018, VolunteerMatch will present ways to gauge employee preferences and mobilize employees to give back in the way they want to.

Box’s Culture of Engagement Gets a Boost with the VolunteerMatch Network

Volunteerism has long been an integral part of Box’s epic corporate culture. The technology company, based out of Redwood City, CA, wanted the process of finding and signing up for volunteer opportunities to be as easy as possible for their employees. With VolunteerMatch’s Network Integration, they were able to consolidate their giving platforms and incorporate thousands of searchable, real-time volunteer opportunities.