Network for Good: Giving Has Never Been This Easy

Network for Good

Network for Good helps companies encourage philanthropy.
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Did you know there was a way to help non-profits reach their financial goals? That businesses can set up philanthropy programs for their employees? That you can donate to all your favorite charities from one central location?

Network for Good has been making donating easy for the past 13 years, helping raise nearly $1 billion for more than 100,000 non-profits. Organizations from around the world are taking advantage of the opportunities Network for Good offers: fundraising strategies, webinars and social media marketing.

It’s not just non-profits who are benefiting. Companies looking to encourage philanthropy among staff are using the site to bring awareness of their favorite causes to both employees and customers. From community affairs to software development, Network for Good is helping companies develop a more altruistic approach to work and life. Companies such as Yahoo! and Coca-Cola have partnered with Network for Good to make charity and philanthropy more common in the private sector.

As for individual donations, Network for Good has found a way to keep all your donation records in one place. You’ll know how much you’ve donated to each organization and when, making life a lot easier come tax time. It’s also a great way to give money to your favorite charities – you name the charity and the amount of the donation and they do the rest. It’s a one-stop-shop for anyone looking to donate to multiple organizations.

Network for Good is making philanthropy accessible to everyone by introducing underground organizations to the world and making donating as easy as a click of the button. If you’re thinking of starting a non-profit or looking for a charity to support, Network for Good can help.


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