Goodworld Launches GoodBusiness
WASHINGTON, June 16, 2020 /PR Newswire/ -- Charitable giving fintech Goodworld has launched a new corporate social responsibility (CSR) platform, GoodBusiness, to make doing good simple and cost-effective for companies of any size. Sparked by increasing trends in corporate activism and philanthropy, as well as consumer demands for increased accountability, Goodworld seeks to equip companies with technology that empowers organizations to be accountable for profits, people and the planet.
Launching today, the all-in-one giving and workplace engagement platform delivers impact for all stakeholders — shareholders, employees, customers, suppliers and the earth.
GoodBusiness is designed to solve CSR problems that strategists face daily. The platform's modern features aim to increase customer and employee engagement by providing tools that generate impact for communites through disaster relief fundraising, workplace giving programs, and CSR reporting.
Several companies already use the GoodBusiness platform including Mastercard and CQ Roll Call.
"We are on a mission to amplify purpose and incorporate social good into day-to-day operations," said Founder and CEO Dale Nirvani Pfeifer, "GoodBusiness will help companies adopt a deeper sense of purpose that will increase impact, loyalty and productivity."
About Goodworld Inc. (https://goodworld.me/): Goodworld brings social impact into everyday life. Their groundbreaking #donate technology in 2015, a unique tool that allows people to donate to charities by typing #donate soared on Facebook and Twitter. More recently, they acquired Cheerful Giving, to expand its modern giving suite to include Giving Pages, Text-to-Give, Donor CRM, Round-Ups, Event Ticketing and Auctions, and Workplace Giving. Goodworld powers causes with high impact campaigns that make charitable giving accessible to all and helps businesses to use their work as a force for good.
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