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The switch to Benevity has built morale and loyalty. Our people loved seeing that they can give to the organizations and missions they are most passionate about, and that their employer was helping them to do that. We have received fantastic feedback throughout our entire workforce.
Corey Drushal, Corporate Giving Specialist, TQL
Our employees today are telling us even more than ever that they want to make a contribution to the causes they care about. We celebrate every company that is working to advance a future that is for everyone. Together, we can all help nonprofits achieve their missions faster.
Karen Bergin, Director of Employee Engagement, Microsoft Philanthropies
There are many third-party giving platforms out there, but in my experience, Benevity is one of the best. Benevity makes everything easy with disbursement notifications, clear reporting with donor and contact information, and more. After working with the Benevity team, I know that they are receptive and truly want to create the best experience for nonprofits and companies.
Trina Jones, Managing Director, Health in Harmony
Charities and nonprofits are looking to build relationships with companies that go beyond the transactional transfer of money and volunteers. With Benevity’s new Missions module, companies can more easily help their employees drive action and support. And that, in my humble opinion, is a game changer for companies and causes looking to work together to make real impact.
Angie Fitzgerald, Strategic Director of Corporate Alliances & Solutions, American Cancer Society
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Benevity-ites gather for a weekly meeting
The Benevity team discusses company-wide initiatives, updates and accomplishments along their journey to reinvent corporate giving. Read more.
Benevity’s HQ, located in Calgary, AB
This office represents the fifth time in nine years that Benevity has moved its Calgary headquarters into a larger space. Read more.
Benevity-ites celebrate International Women’s Day
In 2018, Benevity Founder and CEO, Bryan de Lottinville, contributed $100,000 of his personal funds in double donation matching for women’s causes with the hopes of inspiring incremental progress toward gender parity. Read more.
An employee explores Spark, Benevity’s industry-leading Goodness platform
Using Benevity’s software, some of the world’s most iconic brands are engaging their people and their customers by connecting them with causes they care about. Read more.
CSR leaders from Fortune 1000 companies volunteer together
Each year, volunteers, or what Benevity calls Do-Gooders, give back during their annual client conference, Goodness Matters. In 2017, CSR leaders joined the Mojave Desert Land Trust for a stewardship event organized by Benevity. Read more.
Inside Benevity’s HQ, located in Calgary, AB
Benevity has three offices in Canada, as well as two in the U.S. and one in the U.K. Read more.
Benevity Founder and CEO, Bryan de Lottinville, speaks at Goodness Matters
Bryan de Lottinville speaks about the macro-trends informing the dynamic CSR industry during Goodness Matters, Benevity’s annual client conference. Read more.