Your organization has 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? September is already halfway over. Where did the time go? Is it too late to do something?
Every September, childhood cancer organizations around the world come together in recognition of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, with a goal to increase awareness and raise funds for those affected by childhood cancer. According to CureSearch, each year more than 15,000 children in the U.S. alone are diagnosed with cancer.
Alzheimer’s disease is the most common form of dementia, a group of disorders that impairs mental functioning. According to BrightFocus, over 50 million people live with Alzheimer’s disease or other dementias in the world today, and if breakthroughs are not discovered, rates could exceed 152 million by 2050.
Raise awareness about and support hunger-related issues in Appalachia
Did you know that of the 13 states that make up the Appalachia, Kentucky has by far the worst poverty rate, and sadly, 20% of Eastern Kentuckians do not know where their next meal is coming from? CAP's Grateful Bread Food Pantry helps feed hundreds of families every month!
After employees donate through an employee giving program, then what happens?
The answer to that question begets a slew of other questions that employers need to consider when handling charitable funds from workplace giving programs.
The fact is, processing and disbursing charitable contributions is a complex process, with a number of risks and costs involved that can have significant, long-term ramifications on your business’ bandwidth, budget, and bottom-line.
This is Latest Expansion of America’s Charities’ Portfolio of Charitable Giving and Employee Engagement Solutions
Washington, D.C., July 30, 2019 /3BL Media/ – America’s Charities today announced that it has acquired the Causecast giving platform, further strengthening its ability to help employers achieve their giving, engagement, and social impact goals, and better help nonprofits fundraise unrestricted, sustainable dollars through the workplace.