Still thinking about rallying your company’s employees around a donation drive to support the community this holiday season? It’s not too late!
30% of all annual giving occurs in December, with 10% of that occurring within the last three days of the year. And with America’s Charities’ Quick Start giving solution, we can have your campaign up and running in a matter of days – giving you plenty of time to spread good cheer!
According to a survey of nearly 1,600 United States employees by America’s Charities, companies that build effective workplace giving and volunteering programs have a significant leg up when it comes to attracting talent.
Social activism has transformed America over the past two years. From the Women’s March to the NFL; from Net Neutrality to hurricane relief. And the sort of activism Americans are demonstrating has moved beyond marches, social media hashtags, and town hall meetings—it has entered the workplace.
Your organization had such grand plans for launching an employee giving campaign this fall. You know your employees are passionate about giving back to the community, and this year you vowed – VOWED – to empower them to support their favorite causes through a workplace giving campaign. But what happened? It’s already November. Where did the time go? Is it too late to do something?
New Solution Helps Employers Effortlessly Enable Employee Giving in Time for #GivingTuesday and the Holiday Season
WASHINGTON, November 8, 2018 /3BL Media/ – Just in time for the holiday season and #GivingTuesday (known as the international day of giving), America’s Charities, which inspires employees and organizations to support causes they care about, unveiled their new Quick Start Solution today.
As the nation’s oldest and largest civil rights organization, the NAACP has worked successfully with allies of all races who believe in and stand for the principles on which the organization was founded.
The number of new cancer diagnoses is increasing. In 2018, more than 1.7 million Americans will be diagnosed with cancer – that’s 46,570 more cases than in 2017. This increase in diagnoses is proof that prevention and early detection are more critical now than ever. And research shows that up to 50 percent of cancer cases and about 50 percent of cancer deaths are preventable with the knowledge we have today.