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.
goPuff has committed to match up to $1 Million in support of Boys and Girls Clubs across the country that are providing critical support those most in need by aiding families of first responders with meals and academic virtual learning support during the pandemic.
Last week, GivingTuesday announced #GivingTuesdayNow, a global day of giving and unity set to take place on May 5, 2020 as an emergency response to COVID-19.
This is an opportunity for nonprofits and companies to raise awareness and funds for causes they care about. To help, we pulled together three tips for both nonprofits and companies to help prepare your #GivingTuesdayNow campaigns. These strategies can help you multiply your impact, highlight the work you’re doing for the community, and go to market quickly.
A COVID-19 resource roundup for Cause Partnership Professionals
Companies with strong cultures and core values tied to partnerships tend to perform better. It’s not surprising that many of the companies with the best CSR reputations also make up the Fortune 100 – Disney is an excellent example. Companies that demonstrate their genuine commitment by using their products, services and profits to make a lasting impact will experience greater employee and customer loyalty.
For Momentum is proud to have been an advisor on this campaign and helped to form a new partnership between Cynthia Rowley and CARE. Both brands are women-focused and share philosophies around giving women inspirational choices. For IWD 2020, Cynthia Rowley will donate 15 percent of sales from a special selection of products to benefit CARE’s mission and women’s empowerment efforts.
By: Michele Egan Does your job give you a sense of identity and purpose? According to a 2018 Gallup poll […]
Incorporate Employee Engagement Into Your Partnerships For Long-term Success
Need a social impact refresher to start off your 2020 planning with a bang? Check out our two upcoming February 18th webinars For Business Only: Social Impact Partnership Refresher Course and For Nonprofits Only: Corporate Alliance Refresher Course.
As the year draws to a close, here are seven Social Impact trends in CSR that defined 2019 and what’s driving them.