It’s completely up to you to define how you and your business decide to give and how much. Be creative on how it works best to achieve the business benefits you want, at the same time as doing good.
“Linking your giving visibly to your work makes it tangible. The decision on how to choose causes really matters, if you are hoping to engage clients and employees so find a way to involve them in choosing a cause that they care about.”
Danny Witter, CEO, Work for Good
Below are a few examples:
Win That Deal
“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.”
Partner — Ernst & Young
“I’ve decided to give 5% of all my earnings, which will be reflected on every client invoice.”
Founder — Kaihoko
Simply Give and be Proud
“I used to give personally, but it’s more tax efficient to do so from within my business so now I give through Work for Good, and wear the badge with pride to publicly display my social values.”
Founder — 2 Halves
Give when you can afford it
“Every time we beat our monthly target, we’ll donate 10% of our additional fees to the Evelina.”
Founder — Babysitters of Kensington & Chelsea
Turn your time and expertise in to money
“Instead of the team volunteering a day to dig a garden, we’ll do what we’re really good at for a day, and donate the money instead.”
New business Promotion
“We’ll donate the first months fee from every new magazine subscriber to our service this month.”
How have you decided to give? We’d love to hear so please contact us and let us know. We’ll award a bottle of champagne to the most interesting answer sent in before Friday 30th September!
Refer a new business to Work for Good and we’ll donate £50 to a charity of your choice!*
*referral rewards are applied for every new business you recommend Work for Good to who then makes their first donation payment via our website.