Hats Off to the 2018 Corporate Goodness Award Winners

February 14, 2018 Benevity, Inc

Celebrating companies and people that support their communities and causes through passion, technology and a commitment to doing good

Every year, Benevity and our community takes a little time to recognize progressive companies who are harnessing the power of their people and communities through a modern approach to corporate giving and employee engagement. These companies have infused a culture of Goodness into the world through their employees, consumers, communities and beyond. They inspire us with their innovative approaches, their contributions and, most of all, their impact. 

We were proud and humbled to honor the following change-makers this year. Here’s a small taste of the kind of exemplary behavior and impact that earned them their torch.
 

The Bestie Award: PayPal
For best-in-class approach & overall impact

PayPal leverages their prosocial profile and programs to create a positive social movement that shows just how deeply rooted within their corporate DNA Goodness really is.


The Moonshot Award: T-Mobile
For boldness & creativity

When the hurricanes rocked 2017, T-Mobile rallied their retail and call-center employees to raise $750,000 through a 2:1 campaign.


The People Power Award: Workday
For promoting purpose through people’s passions

Workday has ranked among Fortune’s 100 best places to work for three years in a row, climbing 13 spots in a single year.

 

The BeCause Award: Nike
For their dedication to the charitable landscape

Nike initiated research to surface best practices and quick-wins to help causes better connect with their potential supporters through the Benevity platform.

 

The NewB Award: Sage
For most transformative approach

With a presence on every continent, Sage supports hundreds of locally relevant organizations in dozens of countries, connecting their colleagues to their communities in a meaningful way.


The Buzz Award: UnitedHealth Group
For catalyzing Goodness through communications & storytelling

UnitedHealth Group drives home the importance of Goodness within their company culture and uses their voice to influence the world at large for good.

 

The BUFFY Award: Rhonda Irwin of Intel
For a progressive approach, leadership and innovation

 

The BUFFY Award:  Jaimie Vargas of Synopsys
For a progressive approach, leadership and innovation

 

With this year’s Corporate Goodness Awards in our rear-view mirror, we’re focusing on how encouraged we are by all of the passionate people in our client community who are striving for better communities and a better world. We’re already unbelievably excited for next year and to see how companies and individuals continue to up their Goodness game and blow our socks off!

Find out what got these industry thought-leadersand many morerevved up and ready to up-level for maximum impact in 2018. Read Top Trends From Goodness Matters 2018.

Hungry for more information on trends that you can incorporate into your Goodness strategy going forward? There’s a blog for that!

Interested in learning more about Benevity? Schedule a demo with us!

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