Category: Corporate Philanthropy

Our CEO and cofounder Joe Phoenix spoke with Karen DeMasters from Financial Advisor Magazine about how combining philanthropy and technology helps employers easily manage charitable giving and prepare to make a greater impact in 2021. “Any industry where you add technology gives you more flexibility and the ability to customize. Philanthropy is no different,” Joe […]

Generosity is magnified and celebrated by millions of people across the world on Giving Tuesday (December 1st this year). But why limit the attention on giving to just one day each year? As our CEO and co-founder, Joe Phoenix, wrote about in the Boston Business Journal on November 27, the business community, and society as […]

On April 30th, Givinga’s VP of Strategy, Dave Gilmartin, had the opportunity to participate in a WeSpire webinar on how to transition to virtual volunteering and giving.  The COVID-19 crisis has companies looking for ways they can support their impacted community and employees. As companies launch new giving initiatives, we shared some tips on how […]

A message from Joe Phoenix on our new Board of Advisors, furthering our commitment to transforming brands for good: Givinga announced today that we recently created a Board of Advisors. I wanted to thank Lauren Cosulich, Dave Blakelock and Larry Moulter for everything they’ve done for Givinga and for accepting these important roles. I met […]

Powering workplace giving, matching and grant management for their employee experience platform On November 5th, WeSpire announced an expansion of their award-winning employee experience SaaS platform and we are honored to have been chosen to power their new innovative giving functionality. As a leader in the employee engagement industry, WeSpire provides forward-thinking global companies with […]

Traditionally, the landscape has focused on strategic marketing, specifically on the three Ps: product, pricing and positioning. Those pillars have helped companies increase their awareness and close sales. But the corporate competitive landscape is shifting. The three Ps are making room for new strategic drivers, the three Cs: collars, customers, and community. While the three […]