Your business is ready to do good
Where do you spend most of your time?
In the Pacific Northwest, the majority of people spend their day working with others on tasks, sales meetings, management questions, and operations. Modern society has been organized that way for centuries.
But some people are challenged with basic needs. A little bit of your time will go a long way to help.
There are a lot of positives. Businesses are efficient at
- Building relationships with customers and colleagues
- Creating value for others
- Communicating complex ideas in ways that make it easier to understand
- Organizing many around accomplishing a single mission
- Some attempt big, hairy, audacious goals
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Teams work best united around a cause
We give you an easier way to adopt a cause and work together outside of the usual business environment.
How important is culture to your business success?
A healthy team culture is one of your most important business assets. Getting that right can change your business. And your community. And your world.
Change your culture. Change your world
We started after a business team served a village for two weeks in Guatemala. It changed their perspective for life. But also required organizing a lot of time away from families and work responsibilities.
That isn’t something a lot of people can do. And the needs here are growing, too.
Let’s get to work in our neighborhoods and communities to make the most of your team’s available hours in an afternoon or weekend. Getting more people in the NW involved will increase the recognition of the importance of philanthropy. Over time, as more businesses adopt causes and see real success, the positive impact can extend to more parts of the US and bring more people to places like Guatemala.
Strong value for your business
Create a culture that focuses on putting others first
with real-world impact. More effective than trust falls, paint ball, and ropes courses!
Show your community you value it. People prefer to patronize businesses that give back
Easy way for employees to continue volunteering with a coalition of specialty nonprofits