Good2Give Advisory

Develop, implement and evaluate your corporate community investment program with the help of our expert advisors. Work with us to build strategies that will make a difference to your business and to the communities you wish to help.

About

Building a long-term sustainable strategy is key to making the most of your corporate community investment. Good2Give is an expert in building strategies that will make a difference to your business and to the communities you wish to help. Good2Give recognises the combined impact of giving, engagement and partnerships can be maximised by developing strategic approaches with ambitious yet achievable objectives.

We believe in providing practical advice for our clients and we do this through our:

  • In-depth understanding of the charity and business worlds, ranging across sectors
  • Diverse corporate community investment expertise.

Our expert advisors offer a range of services to help you develop, implement and evaluate your corporate community investment program and ensure it continues to deliver against the objectives you set.

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Features and Benefits

Advice tailored to your business needs

Good2Give works closely with executive leadership teams and senior management to deliver the following:

Thought leadership

Effectively introduce the concept of corporate community investment within the organisation and develop loyalty, brand building and community involvement strategies to achieve maximum impact.

Planning and program reviews

Develop a corporate community investment strategy that aligns community objectives to business requirements, including business objectives, brand positioning, employee engagement and budget constraints. Review and improve your charitable activities using our diverse experience and unique insights.

Cause understanding

Understand the challenges and solutions provided by the charitable sector and/or government, particularly if your business is new to corporate community investment. Identify cause areas that are well aligned to your businesses key stakeholders, ensuring the selection of a well-supported and sustainable charity or community partnership.

Charity partner identification, management and review

Identify and choose charitable partners that match your business objectives and values. This covers both community organisations and charities. We can also provide advice on managing, growing and reviewing these partnerships, which should create long-term change and impact and have clear benefits for both parties.

Employee engagement

Define your key performance indicators and how they can be achieved through employee engagement and giving. Our programs help to drive and improve employee engagement and thus improve the performance of your charitable work.

Case Studies

Bankwest Foundation

The Bankwest Foundation engaged Good2Give to provide a robust framework to select two new national charity partners for the period of 2015-18.

The Bankwest Foundation was established in 2013 with a mission to improve the well-being of Australians by enabling the implementation of significant and meaningful community initiatives in Western Australia and nationally. Bankwest has pledged $1,000,000 to the Bankwest Foundation each year for five years, to be distributed across four key focus areas.

Bankwest Foundation chair, Carolyn Kidd, said she was thrilled to announce the partnerships with beyondblue and Starlight Children’s Foundation as part of the Foundation’s commitment to supporting grassroots community initiatives. “Having utilised Good2Give’s charity selection framework, we were confident of selecting charity partners we could support and also work closely with for the next three years,” Carolyn Kidd said.

Bankwest colleagues played a pivotal role in selecting the next colleague-chosen charities by participating in an online forum to identify causes they felt most passionate about and then a final vote to select their top two charities of choice.

Bankwest Head of Community Engagement, Craig Spencer, said he was very proud of the engagement shown by colleagues with over a third of all colleagues participating in the final vote to choose the national charity partners.

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