ideas42 and Benevity test how expert-curated “GiveLists” affect altruistic behavior within companies
NEW YORK, May 20, 2021 /3BL Media/ – The COVID-19 pandemic continues to create an ongoing level of need across the globe, but it can be challenging for donors to figure out where to give. ideas42, a research and design nonprofit specializing in behavioral science, is bringing renewed attention to the results from a test commissioned by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation on the impact of experts on workplace giving behavior through the Benevity platform.
Do you volunteer or give through your company? We want to hear from you! The RWInstitute 2020 Corporate Volunteering, Giving, and Grants Technology Review is now underway, and it won’t be the same without your perspective.
Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Arlington is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit social service agency offering services in 21 counties and seven independent cities in northern and central Virginia that comprise the Diocese of Arlington. The mission of Catholic Charities is to serve the most vulnerable and poor of mind, body, and spirit by offering programs that help clients recognize their abilities, develop self-sufficiency, and maintain dignity. Regardless of faith, background, or circumstance, Catholic Charities helps ALL in need through a range of programs and services such as:
Are you a member of the military or a Federal employee? Click here to support The Children's Inn at NIH through the CFC giving portal. If you work in the private sector, or work for a State government or municipal agency, please contact your HR for a link to your donation portal.
The Caring Foundation of Texas has been committed to keeping Texans healthy by removing barriers to preventive healthcare since 1991. Many families in Texas cannot access various healthcare services because of financial restrictions, geographical obstacles, time limitations, and more.
Melwood’s tagline is “your path awaits” because we strive to give the power of choice to people of differing abilities and injured veterans. Our goal is to help them choose their own path and provide them with the assistance necessary to make their journey successful.
Publicly supported HBCUs—TMCF’s member-schools—are the vehicle to change racial inequity.
This year has been historic in so many ways – a global pandemic, social unrest, and increased awareness of racial inequities and injustice. Many Americans want to help, but do not know what to do. Many have taken to the streets to join protests, but once those demonstrations are over, what will change? Where will opportunity emerge?