Good Done Great & VolunteerMatch Partner To Connect More Corporate Employees To Volunteer Opportunities


Charleston-based Good Done Great — a company offering the only cloud-based, unified corporate social responsibility platform — announced their partnership with VolunteerMatch — the world’s largest online volunteer engagement network.

The partnership provides employees of Good Done Great’s Fortune 1000 clients with access to VolunteerMatch’s network of over 95,000 volunteer opportunities from more than 100,000 nonprofits.

Earlier this year, Good Done Great released GDG 2.0, a cloud-based platform that enables Fortune 1000 companies to execute engaging employee giving, volunteer and corporate grant programs and initiatives through one platform. Within the Good Done Great system, employees can also coordinate volunteer events, log their volunteer hours and request volunteer service program rewards. The partnership with VolunteerMatch takes this platform to a whole new level by allowing employees to search for volunteer opportunities in their communities and respond to local needs.

“Our focus at Good Done Great is figuring out innovative ways to engage more and more people in volunteerism and charitable giving with the ultimate goal of greater social impact,” says Good Done Great CEO, David Barach. “Our partnership with VolunteerMatch makes our technology platform even more efficient and engaging.”

Good Done Great revolutionizes the way corporations and individuals give back to the communities and causes they care about. Through their unified CSR software solution and our bench of CSR strategists, Good Done Great helps more than 75 Fortune 500 and other companies maximize their corporate social responsibility (CSR) programs.

As the world’s largest online volunteer engagement network, VolunteerMatch serves 100,000 participating nonprofits, 150 network partners and 13 million annual visitors. VolunteerMatch offers unique, award-winning solutions for individuals, nonprofits and companies to make this vision a reality. Since its launch in 1998, the company has helped the social sector attract more than $6.8 billion worth of volunteer services.

The partnership is part of VolunteerMatch’s new Network Access Provider program, launched at the end of 2015.

“By partnering with like-minded enterprises such as Good Done Great, we can better serve the 100,000+ nonprofits in our network by getting their opportunities in front of hundreds of thousands of employees,” says Greg Baldwin, President of VolunteerMatch. “As a nonprofit ourselves, we are driven by this mission of connecting nonprofits with the volunteers they need.”

Learn how to integrate the VolunteerMatch network into your own platform HERE.

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