The work done now by both nonprofits and companies to keep audiences, particularly employees, engaged will be valuable long after a virtual environment is no longer necessary to keep people safe. The shift to virtual has forced organizers to refocus on what is absolutely vital to success and has in many cases uncovered better, more efficient ways to achieve goals.
Incorporating supplier activations into cause promotions creates a multiplier effect that can significantly boost fundraising. This can be done via corporate partner’s vendors and or/business partners.
As more consumers increasingly expect brands to take a stand on important social issues, companies are looking for ways to live their brand purpose. Cause partnerships with nonprofit organizations enable companies to engage employees and make a positive impact in their communities. But what makes a successful cause partnership?
America’s Charities recently released Snapshot 2015, The New Corporate DNA: Where Employee Engagement and Social Impact Converge. This latest installment in their annual series produced some thoughtful commentary on the latest trends in employee engagement and corporate-nonprofit partnerships.
As we continue the countdown to Giving Tuesday on December 1st, we want to look at ways in which your organization […]