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How Percent Pledge Creates Self-Sustaining Cultures of Giving

Joel Pollick
Posted by  Joel Pollick on Feb 19, 2021

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We recently interviewed Kara Carrell and Lloyd Philbrook from Table XI, one of our partner companies. In the interview, Kara and Lloyd shared how Percent Pledge has helped Table XI create a self-sustaining culture of giving; and how that has helped them on the path of creating a workplace environment in which all employees feel safe, comfortable, empowered, and heard.
Table XI’s life before Percent Pledge and the good life with Percent Pledge.

How Percent Pledge helped Table XI create a self-sustaining culture of giving.


Table XI’s recommendations for adopting a workplace giving program.

Table XI was one of our first customers ever (February 2019), and after the murder of George Floyd last June, they were also one of the first to act. As with many of our customers in response, Table XI’s action was to join together with us as a force for good. 
Table XI helped finalize our Racial Equality Portfolio and launched a matching donation campaign supporting the four top-rated charities within the Cause Portfolio - a move that led to a 67% increase in giving and engagement across their team. Table XI remains a shining example of a team that unites around giving and values its employees. 
Percent Pledge is both the 1st workplace giving solution to combine nonprofit vetting, matching donations, personalized impact reporting, and volunteer services, as well as the 1st solution that is customizable and affordable for businesses of any size. Providing that to our customers means that even 50-person companies, like Table XI, can positively impact the causes employees care about most - and truly create a self-sustaining culture of giving. 
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Joel Pollick

Written by Joel Pollick

Founder & CEO @ Percent Pledge. Expert in workplace giving, volunteering, and employee engagement for fast-growing companies.

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