On Feb. 27, 2018, VolunteerMatch and The Collaboration Vector Inc. (TCV) hosted a free webinar to discuss TCV’s Transformative Community Involvement™ approach, which engages employees and nonprofits in collaborating to solve societal problems through a process proven to power business performance as it delivers real societal progress. Watch the recording!
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!
You’ve likely experienced transactional volunteering at your company: An employee signs up for a volunteer opportunity, contributes their time to a good cause, and… well, that’s the end of it. But what if everyone involved could get more from these volunteer interactions? In this month\'s free webinar on Feb. 27, VolunteerMatch will team up with The Collaboration Vector Inc. to introduce you to a process proven to power business performance as it delivers real societal progress.
On Jan. 30, 2018, VolunteerMatch’s Director of Growth and Relationships, Alvaro Tijero, offered insight into: How to balance corporate priorities and employee passions without sacrificing results, challenges other companies face and strategies for overcoming them, and how to ensure your employee volunteer program has tangible, positive effects on the communities it serves. Missed the webinar? Watch the video!
Work at the intersection of profit & purpose? Wonder what your peers in the corporate social responsibility space are up to? Crave greater social impact for your company? If so, you’ll want to attend Engage for Good 2018! An annual gathering of over 500 corporate social impact professionals from top corporate and nonprofit brands, Engage for Good is a conference about exchanging trends, best practices, and practical execution strategies for building a better world (and your company’s bottom line).
In late 2017, CSR leaders from 27 Bay Area companies and organizations, convened at VolunteerMatch headquarters for networking, collaboration, and open discussion on the successes and challenges corporate giving professionals face. We’ve compiled the key takeaways into a five-page summary.
Starbucks needed a better way to manage their corporate volunteering efforts, fast. They wanted to continue to involve not only their employees (who they refer to as “partners”) in volunteerism, but also their customers. That’s when they turned to VolunteerMatch. In less than six weeks from when they initially reached out, their custom-branded YourMatch™ platform was up and running.