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Without data, your CSR programs don't pack the punch they need to be effective and inspiring. Check out our reasons why you need data in your CSR programs.
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Everyone needs a bit of inspiration from time to time. Check out this list from Causeartist featuring 50 quotes about social entrepreneurship. Be sure to scroll down to #31 ;)
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Tomorrow afternoon we are speaking with Teresa Coles of CreateAthon and Kimberly Tissot of Able South Carolina in an energizing conversation on pro bono service. Don't forget to sign up to learn how this nonprofit more than doubled its operating budget through completing a new brand strategy in 24 hours! 
Don’t think your team can create real social impact in 24 hours? Ask Teresa Coles, founder of CreateAthon, and she will convince you otherwise! Join Good Done Great for an energizing conversation about CreateAthon, a 24-hour pro bono marketing marathon program. This fireside chat will answer every question you have ever had about engaging marketing teams in skills-based service, and how the marathon model can transform your team’s whole pers...
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Across the UK, businesses are joining the purpose movement. This emphasis on achieving meaningful purpose through business will drive success toward accomplishing the global goals.
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Eli Lily recognizes the importance of shared value to build their business and the communities in which they operate. Check out their 4 tips to incorporate into your shared value journey.
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Do you want to energize and engage your marketing team? Join us for a conversation with CreateAthon, a 24-hour pro bono marketing marathon program next Thursday! We will discuss how to engage marketing teams in skills-based service and how this model benefits local nonprofit organizations including Able South Carolina!
Don’t think your team can create real social impact in 24 hours? Ask Teresa Coles, founder of CreateAthon, and she will convince you otherwise! Join Good Done Great for an energizing conversation about CreateAthon, a 24-hour pro bono marketing marathon program. This fireside chat will answer every question you have ever had about engaging marketing teams in skills-based service, and how the marathon model can transform your team’s whole pers...
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Millennials are revolutionizing the social impact arena. Take a look at these change-makers who are redefining what it means to be a millennial.

The kids are taking overand rather than being apathetic selfie-takers, they're bringing a fresh perspective on the most effective ways to change the...
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Who are the most charitable corporations in America? Find out on Fortune's Giving 20 list! 
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Recently, our co-founder and president Earl Bridges, served as a guest speaker for Pitch U, a training program for start-ups in Charleston, SC. The Daniel Island News featured Earl's tips for a successful pitch. Check them out!
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Our status as a Benefit Corporation reflects our commitment to our stakeholders. If you are unfamiliar of this movement, check out this article which highlights this growing trend of business as a force for good. 
Understanding the new organizational form that looks beyond shareholders.
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The largest privately held company in the US, Cargill, builds CSR into the fabric of its business. Hear from their CMO, Drew Neisser, about their focus on sustainable supply chain management and community investment for a strong workforce. 
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According to the latest Cone Communications study, 74% of employees say their job is more fulfilling when they are provided opportunities to make a positive impact at work. 
With telecommuting, flexible schedules and our increasingly wired (and wireless) world, the boundaries in and outside the workplace...
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Good Done Great delivers cloud-based solutions to Fortune 500 companies which engage their employees and communities through workplace givin
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Good Done Great revolutionizes the way corporations and individuals give back. Through strategic consulting supported by our integrated software solutions, the Good Done Great team helps Fortune 500 companies and businesses maximize their corporate social responsibility (CSR) programs. 

Launched in 2009 and certified as a B-Corporation, with offices in Charleston and Tacoma, this nimble tech company customizes employee engagement and corporate philanthropy platforms for global brands, delivering targeted and measurable impact. More than 1.2 million employees currently rely on GDG’s innovative tools, including our “Individual Giving Accounts,” to align their time and treasure with their personal charitable goals, and more than 60,000 non-profits benefit from Good Done Great’s broad philanthropic reach.