Release Event: Corporate Volunteering, Giving and Grants Technology Review

Join us for the official release of the 2021 edition of the Corporate Volunteering, Giving, and Grants Technology Review



The Corporate Volunteering, Giving and Grants Technology Review, produced by the RW Institute and sponsored by the Bill & Melinda Gates FoundationFoundation For The Carolinas, and E4E Relief, is designed to provide critical insights to program managers and decision-makers investing in volunteering, giving, and grants technology. The review is the only one of its kind in the industry, offering CSR practitioners with a comprehensive overview of 60+ platforms from around the world that support employee giving, volunteering, and grant programs, as well as unique insight into technology procurement, implementation, and adoption.

Download the 2019 edition here.

Critical Insights

Innovative technology is critical to the mobilizing, managing, and measuring of effective employee volunteering and workplace giving programs. Although many companies now have a technology solution to support and financially match employee volunteering and giving, there remains a high level of uncertainty among CSR managers as to which solution is the right option for their company. CSR managers need to answer some basic questions:

  • What is the right criteria for assessing a good fit in a workplace giving software provider?
  • Are other CSR managers satisfied with their current technology providers? Why or why not?
  • How have technology solutions adapted to the COVID-19 pandemic and social justice movements such as Black Lives Matter?
  • How much do the technology solutions cost, and how much should it cost me?
  • What features do I need to treat as requirements, and which might be optional?

More about the Review

This is the only report with data from solution providers around the world and providing the public free access to information on corporate volunteering, giving, and grants technology. The report seeks to help CSR practitioners make decisions that reduce costs associated with procuring technology solutions that support corporate citizenship programs and promote market innovation by creating greater transparency and awareness of existing technology solutions.

Since the launch of the 1st edition in 2019, the review has been downloaded and used by:

  • 1035 unique organizations
  • 472 CSR Managers
  • 369 unique companies

The report is eye-opening. So much important information about our field is covered in the publication. Whether you have been with your current CSR technology vendor for 15 years, switched vendors a few times, had your vendor merge/bought out by another vendor, or you are currently in the process of changing vendors or thinking about changing – The RWI study of technology vendors is a MUST READ.

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Nov 16 2021


12:00 pm - 3:00 pm

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