More and more companies are discovering that when they integrate corporate volunteering programs with their corporate giving plan, it’s good for their business.
The Macquarie Graduate School of Management (MGSM) found that 93% of employees who volunteer through their company report being happy with their employer, and 54% of those who are proud of their company’s contributions to society are engaged at work.
Communiteer connects, engages and mobilises volunteers to tackle the world’s greatest challenges through corporate volunteering.
That’s why we are the social good network.
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A scope of work that is outcome-focused, often dependent on a set of professional skills, where volunteers can collaborate on a flexible schedule.
An ongoing position with set hours to be filled with volunteer capacity and skill set. This often includes some training and induction prior.
Our offerings are value-oriented. We want to know what your targets and KPIs are for engagement and social impact, so we can help you reach them.
View our plans and pricing for corporate volunteering using the link below.
Previous skill-based volunteering projects and corporate volunteering events co-facilitated by Communiteer and Humanity in Business.
Read about these outcomes below.
One of our L&D service offerings are customer-centric leadership programs, delivered to large corporates as a low-risk environment for staff to learn and develop their skills by applying them to strategic business challenges faced by charities. In turn, these consultations give charities executable business plans with new diversified income streams for healthier business sustainability.
Completion of skill-based volunteering projects on our platform is our bread and butter. After a decade of brand transformations, Volunteering Australia wanted to recognise volunteers with a more enduring brand. This challenge required volunteers to rethink the brand strategy and provide a compelling design for marketing collateral.
One of our CSR service offerings are employee volunteering events, including 1-day skill-based volunteering (a.k.a hackathons). When employees want to make the most impact possible within 1 day of volunteer leave, using their professional skills to help charities with their project management and business analysis challenges.
Skill-based volunteering events are great Business Development opportunities. Marketing professionals showing off their expertise and skills to deliver much-needed skills to charities contributing to SDGs 5 and 10.