As the countdown begins for June Workplace Giving Month and the End of Financial Year (EOFY), it’s time to prepare your campaigns for corporate partners and donors.

Your charity has the potential to reach nearly 300,000 donors on the Good2Give Workplace Giving Platform so there’s no better time to boost your reach. We have a number of ‘How to’ guides that will help you connect with your workplace givers and attract new donors.

Check out these Guides to get you started:

  1. How to communicate to workplace givers
  2. How to grow your potential
  3. How to help employees find you

Good2Give will be speaking at the Connecting Up conference in Melbourne on 9 May 2019. We’re partnering up with GoFundraise at the much anticipated panel session – Technology Innovation in Corporate Giving. We will be sharing our insights on how charities can partner with corporates to maximise their donations and boost donor engagement through technology. Tickets are still available so register today for this highly sought after not-for-profit interactive event.

We have partnered with Community Council for Australia’s It Takes A Village campaign. This campaign focuses on how charities, sport clubs and families nurture, inspire and help children succeed in life. We would encourage you to share your stories on how you’ve made a big difference in the lives of young people in your community.

Some of you may have seen our recent #G2GRecommends campaign across social media and many of you have enquired when your charity will be showcased on our channels. Due to this high demand, we’ve created a campaign just for charities. It is called #G2GShowcase, this unique hashtag can be found on our social media channels and will focus solely on charities that we work with.

To take part in this campaign, please complete the form below so we have the most up to date information about your charity. Once we have your completed form, we’ll email you to let you know when you can look out for your #G2GShowcase on our channels.

If you have any questions or enquiries about any of the stories above, please contact us.

Kerry Brooker
Head of Client and Charity Relations