How workplace giving works in tandem with disaster relief funds
When natural disasters and inclement weather shut down entire cities and states, an outpouring of support in the form of financial donations and disaster relief supply drives from people far and wide never fails to follow.
That type of community support plays an integral role in helping nonprofits fulfill their mission, but there is another vital component that is often overlooked: existing, sustainable support from donors and community partners.
Every year, American employees give to causes they care about through their employers, resulting in $5 billion for the nonprofits who are tackling tough issues and improving the world around us. American generosity has always been incredible, and when the economy does well, charitable giving only grows.
New Partnership Powers Modern Giving That Enables Employers to Scale Impact and Donors to Give on Their Own Terms
Washington, D.C., August 6, 2018 /3BL Media/ – America’s Charities, which inspires employees and organizations to support causes they care about, today unveiled a new employee giving solution in partnership with Pinkaloo, a Baltimore-based technology company that uses data and technology to power growth in philanthropic giving all across the planet.
For almost forty years, America’s Charities has been at the forefront of workplace giving innovation, helping companies and employee donors bring more resources to nonprofits that are changing our world.
When most employers were only using paper pledge forms in the late 90’s/early 2000’s, America’s Charities paved the way to the future with its award-winning PledgeFirst e-giving solution, helping dozens of America’s most-renowned companies use technology to facilitate their employee giving campaigns for a first time.
As a country, we’ve gotten so used to facing the alarming number of veterans who take their own lives that it often feels abstract at this point; nameless, faceless statistics. For those of us who personally know veterans who’ve taken their own lives, it doesn’t take a 22-a-day statistic to feel the hurt — even one veteran suicide is one too many!