Several media outlets reported upon our acquisition of WPG Solutions. Check out their pieces below.
CHARLESTON, SC AND TACOMA, WA
(May 11, 2017) — Good Done Great, a leading Corporate Social Responsibility technology and services provider, announced today the acquisition of Tacoma, Washington based WPG Solutions. WPG Solutions is a workplace giving software and solutions provider offering an array of services to meet the social and philanthropic needs of companies, employees, and administrators.
“We’re excited to be offering Good Done Great’s unified enterprise CSR platform to our clients, as we know it will prove invaluable to amplifying their giving and volunteering efforts,” said Brandon Fix, President and CEO of WPG Solutions. “I look forward to joining the Good Done Great team and adding to Good Done Great’s portfolio of high-caliber clients.”
Brandon Fix, President and CEO of WPG Solutions, joins Good Done Great as the Vice President of Enterprise Business Development. He brings over 20 years of experience as a CSR evangelist and proven problem solver, working closely with Fortune 1000 companies. Before WPG Solutions, Brandon founded DonationDepot.com later acquired by Kintera (KNTA) in 2004.
“By adding WPG Solutions’ expertise in working with corporate workplace giving programs to Good Done Great, we further our goal of providing the best CSR experience for businesses of all sizes,” said David Barach, Founder and CEO of Good Done Great. “I am excited to be working with Brandon. We produced great results together at Kintera, and I look forward to witnessing his continued success growing our enterprise business.”
About Good Done Great
Through innovative technologies and engagement practices, Good Done Great inspires, supports, and expands the charitable aspirations of corporations and individuals. From personal giving accounts to scalable Corporate Social Responsibility platforms, Good Done Great provides solutions that eradicate barriers to giving and facilitate meaningful, lasting connections between givers and the causes they care about.
As ardent believers in the power of business to effect positive change. Good Done Great was one of the first certified and registered Benefit Corporations (B Corp). To date we have processed more than $500 million in donations on behalf of tens of thousands of charities around the globe.
Earl Bridges, Good Done Great’s co-founder, recently served as the Pitch U guest coach. Pitch U is a five-week intensive training program for start-ups in Charleston, SC. Earl offered tips and advice including a four step sequence for a compelling pitch. The Daniel Island News wrote a piece on the event. Read it here.
The Post & Courier penned a quick article about our mobile app. Check it out here.
The Charleston Regional Business Journal featured our mobile app launch. You can read their article here.
Charleston, SC – May 24, 2016 – Good Done Great, a technology-enabled CSR company, announces today the official launch of their mobile app, the first mobile giving app which connects givers, non-profits, and corporations to charitable causes and activities. The mobile app, self-titled Good Done Great, enables users to contribute monetarily to over 2 million non-profit organizations across the world.
“We are always striving to provide the most innovating products to our clients,” said Paul McElhinney, Chief Technology Officer at Good Done Great. “Our goal is to deploy the best technology for each of our users on a case by case basis.”
Through the Good Done Great app, givers search the database of charities, contribute to their favorite cause, and track their progress toward giving goals. Furthermore, givers can contribute regularly through monthly donations donated via credit card, provide gift cards to other app users, browse recommended charities, follow their favorite organizations, and view their company’s impact.
Now corporations will engage a whole new segment of employees- those who do not have access to a desktop computer during regular working hours. These retail, line, and hospitality workers now have the same capabilities as their fellow colleagues. No longer will employees feel disengaged from their company’s giving programs. All employees and givers now have the tools right at their fingertips to give whenever they are compelled to do so.
“Many employees do not sit in front of a computer all day. We are excited to provide these employees with the same ability to make a positive impact as their colleagues,” said Good Done Great CEO, David Barach. “Employees at our retail and manufacturing partners will now have an easier way to do good.”
The Good Done Great mobile app will be featured in a webinar discussing the benefits of mobile technology to engage offline employees at 2:00 PM EST on June 14th. Registration is currently open to all interested participants at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/4588468006171348994
About Good Done Great
Good Done Great revolutionizes the way corporations and individuals give back to the communities and causes they care about. Through our unified CSR solution and our bench of CSR strategists, the Good Done Great team helps more than 75 Fortune 500 and other companies maximize their corporate social responsibility (CSR) programs. Launched in 2009 and headquartered in Charleston, South Carolina (with offices in Tacoma, Washington and Stuart, Florida), Good Done Great was certified as a groundbreaking B Corps in 2012 and incorporated as one of South Carolina’s initial B Corporations in 2014. Good Done Great customizes employee engagement and corporate philanthropy platforms for global brands, delivering targeted and measurable impact. More than 2.5 million employees currently rely on GDG’s innovative tools and more than 65,000 domestic and international non-profits benefit from Good Done Great’s broad philanthropic reach.
Learn more about Good Done Great at www.gooddonegreat.com.
Download the Good Done Great mobile app on the Apple App Store or get it on Google Play.
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Mike Switzer interviewed John “Swampfox” Warner about the latest business happenings in South Carolina. John featured our win at Dig South. Listen to the interview here.
Charleston Regional Business Journal featured our win at Dig South, the South’s Interactive Festival. Read the article here.