Are you doing great things every day? We’re giving you a chance to get rewarded for your good work!
Show us how you’re doing good and giving back, and you could win $1000 to spend on once-in-a-lifetime experiences at Charitybuzz.com.
Submit your photo via our Facebook contest page or just tweet or instagram it with the hashtag #DoGoodGetRewarded!
Each year on the fourth Monday in February, the giving community observes International Corporate Philanthropy Day (ICPD) to inspire businesses around the world to give back and recognize the power of business for good.
We encourage everyone to do their part to make philanthropy an everyday party of their corporate environments, and realize that an integral part of a successful business is not only doing well, but doing good. Check out today’s Huffington Post article that talks about how companies can truly be their best by sparking social change starting at the executive level.
Giving is at the heart of our brand, and today we want to thank you, our Charitybuzz community, for helping us give back to nonprofits 365 days a year! Without your generous support, we would not be able to celebrate raising over $60 million for charities since our inception in 2005.
Keep up the good work! We simply couldn’t do it without you!
It is said that with age, comes wisdom, and after reading Today’s GOOD News! article about Dorrie Aber Noyek’s lifetime volunteer efforts, it’s clear that she has a thing or two to teach us all about lending a hand! At 105 years old, Noyek shows no signs of slowing down, and we can’t say enough about her admirable dedication to truly doing good, and living well.
"Love life, engage in it, give it all you’ve got. love it with a passion, because life truly does give back, many times over, what you put into it"
"Kindness in words
Kindness in thinking
Kindness in giving
We’ve always believed that giving is a chain reaction; once one person does something good, no matter how big or small, it can spark a domino effect, and inspire others to do the same. After reading this article from the Daily News about how a Brooklyn mom is giving to the needy and motivating others to do the same, it’s truly heartwarming to see small acts of kindness creating so much generosity.
This is one secret you shouldn’t keep to yourself…