Over the last two years, more than 50% of social impact professionals
said that there is increased demand to measure efforts (Association of
Corporate Citizen Professionals, 2023). But in a world of vaguely
defined terms, small staffs, and tough-to-m...
Even the best social impact programs fail if no one participates in
them. But despite many people’s desire to do good, companies often
struggle to motivate employees to participate. A recent webinar we
hosted on creating an environmental program incl...
With the terrible earthquakes in the Turkey, Syria, and Afghanistan, we
wanted to provide a open thread on how to help. What have your
organizations been doing? Are there any resources that you'd like to
share? Who do you think is doing humanitarian ...
Many members start their Pledge 1% programs with a product donation. But
what does product donation look like for tech companies? We talked with
four tech companies, big and small, on how they give back with their
product. Looking for more informatio...
We also recently created a toolkit for companies on how to respond to
time-sensitive issues, such as humanitarian crises or social event.
Check out our new Current Events Response Toolkit. Note: This resource
is only available to Pledge 1% members. M...
Hi Leslie! We are all about the scrappy solutions. Here is a helpful
article on how to find and vet the best nonprofit partners:
Hey there! I just wanted to chime in and say that Pledge 1% isn't
exclusive. If a company wants to take a 1% for the Planet pledge, become
a BCorp or more, that's all great news! Many of our members are part of
multiple giving back efforts. The more ...
What a great way to utilize your pledge! If you're looking for a
nonprofit to support, this article may help. It lists a few websites
(ex. CatchAFire, Taproot, UniversalGiving) where nonprofits I also
recommend checking out TechSoup. It's a tech mark...