May 4, 201702:13 PMBlog

Tacoma firm releases philanthropy software for small biz

May 4, 2017 - 02:13 PM

Good Done Great has announced the release of a new software platform designed to meet the philanthropic needs of small to mid-sized businesses.

The new Good Done Great platform will enable small companies to quickly and easily set up philanthropic programs aimed at supporting more than 1.7 million non-profit organizations and charities in the platform’s database. The company, jointly headquartered in Tacoma and Charleston, S.C., developed the corporate social responsibility (CSR) suite to complement its existing large enterprise CSR solution, which does the same for companies with over 5,000 employees.

“Research consistently shows that when it comes to socially responsible brands, consumers want to buy from them, the best and brightest want to work for them, the markets want to invest in them, and local governments want them to set up shop in their communities,” said David Barach, CEO and founder of Good Done Great.

“With our new CSR solution for SMBs (small to mid-sized businesses), millions of SMBs at last will be able to reap those same benefits – benefits which, until now, were only available to the CSR programs of the Fortune 500.”

            

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