Benevity Innovates in Corporate Giving and Volunteering with New Technology

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Benevity Innovates in Corporate Giving and Volunteering with New Technology

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Wednesday, August 24, 2016 - 2:20pm

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“Spark” software program ensures simple, secure and easy giving so grassroots philanthropy can be part of everyday life. Miranda Ingram reports...
 
Some notable statistics prompted Bryan de Lottinville, a former finance lawyer, to create Benevity, an industry leader in facilitating corporate giving and volunteering, in less than ten years. 
 
‘I noticed that less than seven percent of the US$350 billion (C$457bn, £262 bn, €317bn) given annually to US charities was being processed online. Moreover, less than five percent of this $350 billion was coming from corporations, despite the increased expectations of the public around CSR and giving back.’
 

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Keywords: Social Impact & Volunteering | Best Practice | Ethical performance | Innovation & Technology | benevity | corporate giving

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