Good Done Great Launches the Only Fully Unified Corporate Social Responsibility Technology Suite

CHARLESTON, SC, February 8, 2016 — Good Done Great, a technology enabled CSR company, announces today the official launch of GDG 2.0, the only fully-unified corporate social responsibility software platform. The cloud-based platform enables Fortune 1000 companies to execute engaging employee giving, volunteer and corporate grant programs and initiatives through one platform.

“Until now, corporations wanting to unify their CSR programs have been hampered by technology solutions that separated grant making, from volunteer efforts from employee giving programs,” said Earl Bridges, Good Done Great co-founder and president. “That made measuring and telling compelling data-driven stories about their total social impact very difficult.”

Through the new Good Done Great unified CSR suite, corporations have the ability to access data and report impact in the way GDG Dashboard that is most relevant to their stakeholders and key constituents. Corporations wanting to measure total impact in a single community or region through their grantmaking, volunteer efforts and employee giving can easily and seamlessly do so through the unified reporting functions. Reporting total impact as it relates to a cause or nonprofit organization is equally efficient.

The Give and Volunteer apps of GDG 2.0 include the ability to perform employee matching gift requests, payroll deductions, sign up for volunteer events, apply for volunteer grants, and participate in team and skills-based volunteerism, along with all the flexibility needed to deploy other types of unique programs and workflows. Grant provides grant-administrators the ability to review, process, and award corporate grants while communicating effectively with applicants.

The Good Done Great CSR technology suite will be featured in a webinar discussing the benefits of, and trends in, unified corporate social responsibility initiatives at 2:00 PM EST on February 11th. Registration is currently open to all interested participants at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1313062446972906242

About Good Done Great:

Good Done Great Technology SuiteGood Done Great revolutionizes the way corporations and individuals give back to the communities and causes they care about. Through strategic consulting supported by our unified software solution, the Good Done Great team helps over 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, Denver, Colorado, and Stuart, Florida), Good Done Great was certified as a groundbreaking B Corps (Benefit Corporation) 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 have access to GDG’s innovative tools and more than 65,000 domestic and international nonprofits benefit from Good Done Great’s broad philanthropic reach.

Contact: Christina Bowen

Good Done Great

Christina@gooddonegreat.com

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The First and the Most Advanced Corporate Social Responsibility Companies Join Forces

(November 5, 2015) – Good Done Great announced today that they have acquired AmeriGives. The acquisition positions Good Done Great to become the leading provider of technology enabled corporate social responsibility services.

The acquisition rounds out a pivotal year for Good Done Great who recently released a cutting edge CSR technology suite that offers the industry’s only fully integrated solution for workplace giving, corporate matching & grant making, and employee volunteer programs. Good Done Great also increased their talent base – adding 20 new employees, and expanded their professional services offering to include domestic and international disbursements of corporate and employee donations to charities, program management support and expanded training programs.

“Good Done great has always been, and continues to be, committed to inspiring revolutionary philanthropy,” said Earl Bridges, President and co-founder of Good Done Great. “The highly experienced AmeriGives team will help us help move the needle forward that much faster.”

Providing services since 1978, AmeriGives is the longest tenured corporate philanthropy service provider in the industry. They bring with them to Good Done Great 32 clients and a staff of 15.

“Joining Good Done Great is an ideal next step for AmeriGives and our clients,” said Gary Carr, President and CEO of AmeriGives. “The GDG 2.0 software is industry-leading, and their commitment to charitable giving innovation is unparalleled. We are excited.”

About Good Done Great

Good Done Great and AmerigivesGood Done Great revolutionizes the way corporations and individuals give back to the communities and causes they care about. Through strategic consulting supported by our integrated software solutions, the Good Done Great team helps 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 Denver, Colorado), Good Done Great was certified as a B Corps in 2012. More than 1.4 million employees currently rely on GDG’s innovative tools and more than 65,000 non-profits benefit from Good Done Great’s broad philanthropic reach.

About AmeriGives

Good Done Great and AmerigivesAmeriGives has been supporting corporate giving programs for over 37 years. Headquartered in Northern Virginia, with operations in Stuart, FL, AmeriGives clients represent nearly 1 million employees who in turn give $28 million annually to more than 15,000 charities.

Media Contact:

Christina Bowen

Good Done Great

Christina@gooddonegreat.com