Tips for Nonprofits

Social Media Tips & Tricks for Nonprofits

Social media is an ever-changing landscape that may be difficult to keep up with, especially if your organization does not have a team member dedicated to overseeing the frequent cultural, policy, and technological updates that various platforms undergo on a regular basis. While businesses have entire departments focused on leveraging social media for their company’s success, nonprofits may not have…

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Climate Change, team building activities, Volunteer Experience

Out-of-Office & Eco-Friendly Volunteering in NYC

While New York City is known for being a concrete jungle, the hot summer days are the perfect time to experience its hidden and refreshing greenery. From gardening and cleaning up parks to beautifying overlooked areas, there are so many opportunities for your corporate team to spend time in nature and away from the office this summer – all while…

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corporate social responsibility, employee-driven enagement, team building activities

What is Employee-Driven Engagement?

Not only has the rise in popularity of  corporate social responsibility (CSR) made an impact on local communities, it has also been widely recorded as boosting employee engagement. While employee engagement is certainly something ambitious businesses should strive for, there’s a distinction between top-down employee engagement and employee-driven engagement. Here are some data-backed facts proving employee-driven engagement reaps tons of…

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corporate social responsibility

Philanthropic Activities: 5 Corporate Giving Program Ideas

Corporate giving programs within businesses big or small add significant value to a company and the community the business resides. Participating in community philanthropic activities can often be a positive reflection of the culture within a company. In fact, potential employees will often ask within early interview stages, how the corporation brings purpose and good to the society. Moreover, customers…

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corporate social responsibility, employee-driven enagement, team building activities, Volunteer Experience, Women's Empowerment

Migrant Women’s Empowerment in the Workplace: Q&A with Arielle Kandel

New Women New Yorkers is a Visit.org nonprofit partner that provides professional development and education programs to empower immigrant women in NYC. We recently interviewed NWNY’s founder and CEO, Arielle Kandel, to discuss what drove her to impact women’s lives, and why offering corporate experiences on Visit.org has been an important step for the organization. Arielle’s educational background is law,…

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corporate social responsibility, diversity & inclusion, employee-driven enagement

What is Visit.org: Q&A with CEO Michal Alter

Michal Alter is the CEO and Co-Founder of Visit.org, a SaaS platform that offers employee-driven corporate social responsibility (CSR) activities that benefit nonprofits. As one of the first female pilot cadets in the Israeli Air Force, a former computer science engineer, an experienced Director of Refugee Affairs, and a graduate from Columbia University’s Master of Public Administration program, Michal has…

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employee-driven enagement

5 Ways to Engage Your Employees at Work

It is the duty of every business leader — be it the owner or a manager — to keep his employees engaged at all levels. If you can successfully make your employees happy, make them feel like they have a purpose, and that they are wanted and valued, then they start to take ownership of your brand and giving their…

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corporate social responsibility, diversity & inclusion, employee-driven enagement

What Is Diversity & Inclusion? (And How To Increase It in the Workplace)

According to Engage for Good, two kinds of diversity are valued in corporate culture: 1) identity diversity (race, gender, sexual orientation, etc.) and 2) cognitive diversity (knowledge, experience, etc.). And while it might be easy to say that both of these types of diversity are equal to one another, it turns out that identity diversity has a greater impact on…

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