A fortune 100 corporate foundation was in dire need of supporting the on-the-ground disaster relief efforts following Typhoon Hagibis but were unable to do so directly from their corporate foundation to an international charity. The foundation reached out to Global Impact for help with funds distribution.
In June 2020, a manufacturing company headquartered in the U.S. realized that COVID-19 had heavily impacted their employees and facilities across North America, South America, Europe and Asia. They developed a strategy to provide grants to charities working on COVID-19 relief in those locations in order to ensure the health, safety and well-being of their […]
Growing campaign success by empowering and training employees // Leveraging engaging content to grow campaign success
The International Monetary Fund was looking to enhance their campaign strategy and marketing materials to increase awareness and engagement. Their team was interested in exploring volunteer opportunities for employees and sought to increase support for those devastated by disasters around the world.
Establishing a signature employee giving campaign that engages staff and applies workplace giving best practices
Passionate about making a difference, Global Impact staff regularly seek opportunities to have an impact on global issues. Global Impact leadership implement an annual employee giving campaign to exercise our own best practices for workplace giving, engage staff (especially those working remotely), boost morale, create a cohesive culture across all departments, and connect employees to […]
With properties in over 100 countries, Hilton sought to establish a disaster response program to support the communities they serve, as well as affected employees. They were looking to build long-term relationships with nonprofits serving the areas in which Hilton had properties, as well as a donation platform that would be secure and fully accessible […]
Global Impact’s longstanding corporate partner, Ashland, was interested in expanding employee giving and engagement offerings beyond the fall campaign season. Ashland viewed Take Your Child to Work Day as an opportunity to incorporate a charity education event for employees and their children.