SOURCE: Realized WorthSUMMARY:
The Corporate Volunteering, Giving and Grants Technology Review, produced by the RW Institute and sponsored by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Foundation For The Carolinas, and E4E Relief, is designed to provide critical insights to program managers and decision-makers investing in volunteering, giving, and grants technology.DESCRIPTION:
Your Corporate Citizenship programs will only get so far using an excel spreadsheet.
The Corporate Giving, Volunteering and Grants Technology Review is the only one of its kind in the industry, offering CSR practitioners with a comprehensive overview of 60+ platforms from around the world that support employee giving, volunteering, and grant programs, as well as unique insight into technology procurement, implementation, and adoption.
Further, this edition provides a look at the application of CSR technology platforms for COVID-19 and Black Lives Matter response.
The 2021 edition will be published in November 2021. Download the 2019 edition here.
This report includes as many technology solutions as we could find from all over the world supporting the human and financial investments of corporate citizenship programs. Given the growing importance of these investments to our future, our ambition in writing this report is to provide managers responsible for corporate community investments the ability to quickly identify solutions that align with their needs and program design. We are confident this type of report will help reduce inefficiencies, inform the selection of right-sized solutions and potentially reduce high procurement costs.
- Wednesday, September 8, 2021
- 11:30 – 12:30 EST (New York City time zone)
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More about the Review
This is the only report with data from solution providers around the world and providing the public free access to information on corporate volunteering, giving, and grants technology. The report seeks to help CSR practitioners make decisions that reduce costs associated with procuring technology solutions that support corporate citizenship programs and promote market innovation by creating greater transparency and awareness of existing technology solutions.
The 2019 edition of the report was downloaded and used by:
- 1073 Technology providers
- 425 CSR Managers
- 652 unique companies globally
“As companies are looking to improve the management and measurement of employee volunteering and giving programs, the report acts as a guide and starting point for elevating the success of those programs, contributing to employee engagement and participation, as well as overall community impact.” - Chris Jarvis, Executive Director of RWI.
The report is researched and developed by RWI, a think tank dedicated to removing barriers and challenging systemic issues within the world of corporate volunteering, with funding and support from its core partner, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
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KEYWORDS: employee volunteer, employee giving, workplace giving, grant-making, Corporate Citizenship, benevity, Salesforce Philanthropy Cloud, YourCause; Blackbaud, GozAround, Cybergrants, Alaya, Communiteers, Wespire, America's Charities, Realized Worth