Many companies have social impact programs but are losing the great marketing opportunity that enhances and grows their business. From job listings to social media posts, learn how to market your social impact to reach and engage all stakeholders.
If you are launching a matching donation program, we recommend setting a $300/employee/year budget to encourage employees to take advantage of the charitable tax incentive established by the CARES Act.
Employees, stakeholders, and consumers are now holding companies accountable for the positive impact on social issues and causes. And companies are responding. Learn the benefits of a matching donation policy and program.
“We’d do one-off volunteer events when employee voices got loud, and there’s always been a desire to do more, but we were all wearing multiple hats and hadn't been able to dedicate the time. But now, Percent Pledge allowed us to formalize a social impact program that’s authentically Feedonomics - and it’s been wildly successful!
If any other companies are also trying to launch a social impact program, I 100% recommend Percent Pledge.”
-- Brett Brawermen, Director of People Empowerment
2020 caused a positive shift in company proactivity resulting in direct employee conversations. We recently spoke to HR, DEI, and L&D expert, Tasha Kitty, to discuss how this has resulted in new iterations of DEI, Social Impact, and ERG programs.