Over 200 more companies have joined the growing Benevity client community since this time last year.
Kelly Schmitt has agreed to join Benevity’s executive team as Chief Financial Officer as of October 18, 2018 and will assume her role on February 19, 2019, following the completion of her parental leave.
Annual trend data on the “Top Ten Causes” supported by Benevity clients and their people shows that donations to human rights organizations and crisis relief are the “new normal”.
Three emerging trends are likely to impact charitable giving during the biggest giving months of the year: September through December, when 50% of all donations are typically made to charities and nonprofits.
Companies in Germany are now able to use Benevity to engage people in local volunteering and tax-receiptable giving to German charities.
The “Top 10 Causes” that received donations through the Benevity platform in June 2018 highlight giving trends that tie current events to causes supported by Benevity’s enterprise clients and their people.
Missions, a new module for Benevity’s cloud solution, engages employees in actions to do more good, create purpose-driven cultures and increase social impact.
The Benevity Engagement Study found turnover dropped by 57 percent in the employee group most deeply connected to company giving and volunteering efforts.
Benevity announces that electronic payments made to charities and nonprofit organizations through its platform have reached an all-time high of 87%.
Benevity acquires Versaic, a leading grants, donation and sponsorship management solution provider to more than 100 of the world’s largest companies.
Benevity Founder and CEO contributes $100,000 of his personal funds to three organizations addressing unique challenges facing women: YWCA, Canada Learning Code and Dress for Success.
Benevity announces the acquisition of TrustCSR, a UK-based corporate social responsibility consultancy, to add scale and geographic scope to its operations.
Corporate citizenship leaders from 40 Fortune 1000 companies have joined the Mojave Desert Land Trust in a stewardship event organized by Benevity.
An increase in companies participating in the #GivingTuesday movement represents a terrific opportunity for employers to put empathy, service and generosity at the top of the agenda.
As Calgary continues to emerge from the recent recession, Benevity’s success exemplifies that economic diversification is possible and the desire for companies to do more good may just create more good jobs in this city.
As more corporate Goodness programs are being leveraged for employee engagement, their success will depend on their ability to foster inclusion and belonging in authentic and actionable ways.
The completion of two independent audit reports demonstrate Benevity's full compliance with SSAE 18, affirming the company’s ability to provide operational excellence to its enterprise clients.
The release of new data shows a significant shift in charitable donation trends in 2016 and 2017.
Donations made through Benevity's award-winning cloud solution to human rights and refugee causes have increased 6 times year-over-year since the Executive Order banning travel by nationals of 6 Muslim-majority countries.