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Successful Workplace Giving = More Than Great Technology

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By Jim Starr, America's Charities President and CEO

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.

Share Your Love by Volunteering for PHILLIPS Playground Build Day This May!

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Looking for a service project for your group or business? How about building a playground?

On May 22, 2019, PHILLIPS School ~ Laurel and The J. Willard and Alice S. Marriott Foundation, in partnership with KaBOOM!, will build an amazing playground!

PHILLIPS is seeking about 100-150 volunteers to come out to build this kid-designed, community supported playground for the children and families who attend PHILLIPS School~Laurel, located in Laurel, Maryland. 

Workplace Giving and Payroll Deduction: One of the Best-kept Secrets to Creating Social Impact

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With numerous donation methods, including check, credit card, and PayPal, and the emergence of new fundraising platforms like Facebook, GoFundMe, and Text2Give over the past decade, there’s no shortage of options for employers and their employees to support the communities in which they live and work. However, so many options can be overwhelming and confusing – to donors as well as the leaders tasked with coordinating their company’s employee giving and corporate philanthropy initiatives.

Saving the World One Paycheck at a Time

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Workplace giving is a highly valued tradition offering benefits to employers, employees, nonprofits, and the people they help.  

But what would happen if employee giving programs didn’t exist? On the flipside, what would the world be like with MORE employee giving? 

World Cancer Day 2019: What It Is and How You Can Get Involved - Now and All Year Long

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Cancer - we're all way too familiar with this scary word and have all been touched by this awful disease in one manner or another. But what exactly is it? Can it be prevented? What research and actions are being taken to treat and cure cancer?

How America's Charities Is Succeeding in Its Ongoing Commitment to Bring More Resources to the Nonprofits Changing Our World

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For the past couple years, we've spoken about the changing dynamics of workplace giving over the last decade and how America’s Charities has embraced that evolution, taking proactive steps to guide our stakeholders into the new era. In 2017 and through 2018, we continued to test and refine new approaches that pave the way for others in our industry to follow - and our efforts have proven fruitful. We have succeeded in our ongoing commitment to bring more resources to the nonprofits changing our world. 

Give Hope to Every Child Fighting Cancer This Holiday Season

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During the holiday season, when most families gather to share festive meals and to exchange gifts, some families face the unthinkable.

Take Harlan for example. Harlan was an active and happy toddler when his world changed forever. At just two-years-old, Harlan was diagnosed with a rare brain cancer for which there was no cure.

Making a More Inclusive and Accepting World for Everyone

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Each day, while elected officials debate political and legislative solutions, HRC Foundation’s incredible staff educates the public and provides training and model policies that alter the fundamental nature of the institutions that govern our everyday lives.

Serving the Poor in a Transformative Way at Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Arlington

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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.

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