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Do you want to appeal to the Millennial generation? Offer a product or service that allows this socially-conscious group of individuals to contribute to the biggest challenges of our time. 
Want to reach younger consumers? Market to their mindset, which is equal parts optimism -- and stark realism about the future.
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Avoid the summertime slump by offering a corporate volunteerism program to your employees! If you aren't sure where to begin, check out these five steps to get you started on your corporate volunteerism journey. 
One way for employers to drive engagement is to revitalize employees with a greater sense of purpose that extends beyond cubicles and into communities.
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Incorporating purpose into your business is important to build your brand. The best companies incorporate purpose by connecting their core business to social impact.

As Walgreens, Southwest Airlines and other successful purpose marketers know, purpose is not corporate social responsibility, explains GSD&M CMO J.B. Raftus.
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"If you don't know where to start with the SDGs, start with women and girls everything else will fall into place," UN Women head, Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka. These 17 inspiring photographs demonstrate the impact the Sustainable Development Goals have on women and girls. 
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Corporations have a responsibility to do no harm to the communities in which they operate. Furthermore, they have an opportunity to make a difference in their communities. Check out these four steps to launch a CSR program. 
If you're trying to do good while running a business, this can help you figure out where you and your company can do the most good.
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Passion when combined with purpose can lead to fulfillment and success. Companies that not only focus on their employees' professional skills but also their passions will outperform their competitors. 
Passion is a powerful driver when applied to purpose.
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Women drive 70-80% of all consumer purchases, and they demand more from CSR initiatives than just inspirational messaging. Corporations must show impact through their programs.
Aside from a few breakthrough campaigns, International Women’s Day 2016 was perhaps most remarkable for the sheer volume of content. Companies and nonprofits alike used the day in March – as has become the norm – to engage their consumers, supporters, and other stakeholders in a myriad of social and digital activations, most of them with …
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Corporate philanthropy programs boost your reputation, assist in recruiting top talent, and offer networking opportunities. The combination of these activities will boost your bottom line. However, don't forget to demonstrate authenticity! Your consumers won't appreciate greenwashing. 
The corporate philanthropy space has grown at an exponential rate in recent years, with
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Earlier this month, Ryan Harmon, a Good Done Great Technical Project Manager, volunteered as a Camp Counselor at Camp Sunburst. This camp is offered by Sunburst Projects, a nonprofit organization which provides services to individuals and families to ensure youth living with HIV/AIDS reach their highest potential. He wrote an inspiring blog on both his and his girlfriend's reason for volunteering at such an incredible organization.
My car was jammed full of clothes donated to the campers as I drove from Tacoma, WA to Livermore, CA for my second year as a youth counselor at Camp Sunburst. I was accompanied by my girlfriend, Melissa McMahill, who was serving her 10th year as the Activities Director for the camp.
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We are enjoying our cup of coffee this morning with a side of social goodness- B Magazine! This inspiring publication is filled with stories from B Corporations such as Patagonia, Kickstarter, and Dansko Footwear! We're so proud to be a part of a growing community of companies dedicated to social change! ‪#‎BtheChange‬

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Shoe and clothing drives are a great way to engage your employees without ever leaving the office! Our Charleston office is currently collecting gently used sneakers for the "New Kicks on the Block Drive!" This shoe drive is sponsored by the Social Justice League SC in partnership with Concerned Citizens of Peninsula/Lowcountry (ccplc). The CCPLC provides sports programs and back to school resources in Charleston. We're happy to support them as they make going back to school easier for kids in the Lowcountry! 
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Yesterday, our Director of Enterprise Sales, Riley Croft, presented at the first annual Young Nonprofit Professionals Network of the Lowcountry Summit. We can't wait for future events which bring together the future leaders of the social sector.
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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.