volunteering

Maintaining a Culture of Volunteerism during COVID-19

The way we volunteer has drastically changed over the last few months. Nonprofits, volunteers, and employers have all made adjustments to continue volunteering. At Bright Funds, we recognize the importance and crucial services that volunteers provide and are dedicated to supporting a robust culture of volunteering. As we continue to learn and adapt, we are …

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3 Ways to Maximize Your Philanthropic Impact Before Year-End

With the year-end giving season underway, many are thinking about ways to maximize their impact by December 31st. The holidays are also a time when people typically give more generously to the causes they care about. Wondering what you can do? Here are three proven strategies for making a positive impact this December: Donating: Research shows …

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Webinar: How to Make Volunteering Work for All Your Employees

Join us and VolunteerMatch on June 13, at 2pm ET/11am PT, for our free volunteer webinar As we outlined in a previous blog post, volunteering comes in all shapes and sizes. That’s why it is crucial for Program Managers to engage employees through unique volunteer opportunities. Our valued partner VolunteerMatch, the experts in all things volunteering, …

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Connecting the Dots- Big Business, Research Institutes, and Nonprofits

The average American consume 1,996 pounds of food annually,FOOTNOTE: Footnote and roughly 40% of that food ends up in landfills.FOOTNOTE: Footnote While this is a horrifying statistic, the amount of edible food that goes from our plates to the the local dump is relatively insignificant compared to the amount of edible food that American farmers leave in the field each season.