Our short video explains what it’s all about.
How it works
To find out more, visit our How it works page.
Register with us
Just visit our sign up page.
Choose your charities
Whether a national campaign or the local cause closest to your heart, or both.
Decide how to give
You say exactly how you want to give. It’s completely up to you how you define it.
Promote what you are doing
Use your online profile and giving pages. And put the WfG mark up in your workplace and on your website.
I'm a huge supporter of the Work for Good idea. We used the same approach in a major pitch. We linked a proportion of our fees to a client's chosen charity. Not only did we win the work, but it deepened our client relationships beyond just business.
It’s a really interesting business model and I am happy to have been involved. Something like this could help to create a sense of unity in an organisation.
I like the look of it and the principle. It is an easy way to give to charities. Rather than run a marathon or bake a cake it becomes intrinsic to the business processes.
We're a social change company - so jump at the chance to be around like minded people. Our target client shared our values of giving back so we offered to do the initial project as Work for Good, which won us the role. Our team also find it rewarding that they are able to contribute to charities they have an affinity with, through their work.
What a great concept! The project idea is really transparent and I understood the foundation of the strategy immediately. I personally feel that Work For Good appeals to not only small independent businesses like ST Engineering, but SME's and also multi-conglomerates who, I feel, will adopt the scheme and feel proud to part of it.
The team at Work for Good are a pleasure to work with and the sign up process is really straight forward. Their initiative makes it simpler for businesses to support the charitable causes they believe in the most and makes giving a proactive rather than reactive process.