Given the challenges of remote work, charitable giving can be even more impactful than it would be in person. It’s a positive, agenda-less way to improve employee engagement among virtual teams. Read this blog post to guide you.
Grateful interviews Strides for Peace, a Chicago-based non-profit organization that helps community organizations that are committed to ending gun violence.
As we look more at the research, we often find that it’s not the grand moments of life that bring us the most fulfillment or meaning.
In the Grateful Spotlight series, we interview some of the amazing non-profits we work with. The Puppy Jake Foundation provides service dogs to wounded veterans to help improve their physical and emotional well-being. This is an interview with a representative of Puppy Jake.
Empower your employees to help causes in need. The following are reasons why you need to prioritize workplace giving right now as we get through and recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Workplace giving can do wonders for your brand equity in areas like talent acquisition, boosting brand loyalty, and improving your connection to your community. Employees value socially conscious employers now more than ever.
Since the pandemic's onset, many felt compelled to help through digital means. This post discusses new research about online charitable giving trends in 2020, like which subsectors donated the most and data about giving through mobile devices.
In our current business climate, more teams now are working remote than ever before. With a distributed workforce, it has become even more important to find ways to create a culture that helps attract and retain employees, keeping them engaged and happy in their work.
Whether working remotely is a temporary reality or permanent change for your organization, you have a chance to redouble your focus on building and strengthening relationships across your organization. Creating a culture of giving helps boost employee engagement and fosters community even within a distributed workforce.
Gratitude and gratefulness lead to name change and announcement of the Grateful Card™
Virtual Giving Cards are a creative and sustainable gift option that doesn’t add to all of the holiday hustle and bustle.
Beginning on Giving Tuesday, December 1st, we would like to invite our community to participate in Grateful’s Dollar A Day campaign by giving $1 per day for 31 days in December.
At Grateful, we are much more than just an ordinary charitable giving app. We are a way to connect businesses and individuals with specific causes in need. It’s a personalized experience that allows you to donate to the nonprofits that fit your unique interests.
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