A lot of companies aren’t very proactive in telling their “good” stories. Here are a few reasons your company should be proactive in capturing and sharing your do-good stories.
When Angel Beltran of Antis Roofing heard about the VolunteerMatch #GiveTime Sweeps for #GivingTuesday 2017, he inspired his colleagues to share their reasons for volunteering. And the company won a $250 donation to a favorite nonprofit!
‘Tis the season for reflection and giving thanks. And this holiday season, we want to share that we’re thankful for you. We’re glad you’re a part of our community, whether you’re a volunteer, nonprofit member, or socially-conscious company. Thank you for the work you do to make our world a better place for everyone.
It might be time to dig a little deeper and assess more facets of your employee volunteer program. Why? To ensure that it’s built for success and allows your company to create real community impact. In this post, we will show you how.
Guest post by Kenneth Waldman Getting your employees to volunteer can be a challenging task. However, it can provide your company and your employees with many benefits that aren’t obvious right away. Employees may see volunteering as something that cuts into their time — either on or off work. In reality, volunteering represents a way of ...