Software for grants management, corporate philanthropy, employee giving and foundations.
The world’s largest globally-invested organizations use CyberGrants corporate social responsibility (CSR) software. You too can nimbly transform your grants management, employee giving, volunteering, and corporate philanthropy initiatives into impact that delivers your good intentions.
Don’t just do good things.
Do the right good things.
Respond faster to the most urgent causes, to the greatest needs. Maximize the impact of your donations while strategically aligning your philanthropy efforts with your corporate mission.
Experience a Seamless Grantmaking Process
Maximize Your Impact Through Employee Engagement
Act quickly when sudden, unexpected and worthy causes emerge. Whether driven by geographical or economic factors, human action, or the global impact of climate change. CyberGrants enables you to react quicker than anyone to global and local needs.
Create special initiatives that are specifically tailored to your company. Employee assistance, in-kind giving, charitable spending accounts, and service corps programs. Can all be designed and implemented quickly via CyberGrants automated software.
Get a very clear, real-time picture of where money is going and the impact it’s making with extensive analytic capabilities. Continuously adjust, refine and increase outcomes, and just as importantly demonstrate your initiatives.
CyberGrants delivers tremendous global impact.
We process nearly one-third of all corporate giving.
We reach close to 19 million employees of the U.S. workforce with employee programs.
We enable our clients to give $6.5 billion and 54 million volunteer hours to more than 650,000 NPOs in 150+ different countries annually.
We serve more than half of the Fortune 100 companies and 18 of the 25 largest corporate foundations.
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FROM OUR BLOG
- Honoring Black Leaders in Philanthropy
Honoring Black Leaders in Philanthropy In celebration of Black History Month, we recognize Black Americans who have taken leading roles in philanthropy. Honoring Black Leaders in Philanthropy We have the privilege of working with some of the world's most generous givers. Both as organizations and individuals who dedicate their time, resources - and maybe most importantly, their passion - to make this world a better place. These remarkable people drive to help society address big, complex issues that many find too overwhelming to even consider. We partner with these givers, of all creeds, to facilitate their mission through agile social impact.
- Leading Banks Offer Relief, Recovery, and Resiliency Programs
Leading Banks Offer Relief, Recovery, and Resiliency Programs Like many other corporations and foundations, Covid-19 has challenged the way banks do business and shifted how they execute their social impact strategies From grants to volunteerism and tracking CRA credits, leading banks, and all corporations and foundations for that matter, have had to quickly adapt to the changing and sometimes volatile reality that is our world today. With any challenge comes the opportunity to seek creative solutions, experience transformative growth, and become a catalyst for change. What we witnessed from the philanthropy community this past year was incredible, but also eye-opening. We saw first hand how teams were able to adapt their programs for immediate response to emerging crises. All the while, continuing to support nonprofit partners, keep employees engaged and stakeholders invested.
- 5 Tips for Boosting Participation in Employee Giving
5 Tips for Boosting Participation in Employee Giving Programs There’s no denying the numbers. Companies, no matter the size or market, report immense benefits from a corporate responsibility strategy. Whether the approach is via pro bono work, virtual volunteering hours, or fundraising, corporate social responsibility attracts new employees and maintains engagement throughout your team. Unfortunately, though job seekers and employees are calling for these programs, participation numbers haven’t always reflected the enthusiasm. There are many possible causes and solutions to low participation in workplace giving, and inspiring your team to get involved might be a little less complicated than you first imagined. 71% of employees surveyed say it’s imperative or very important to work where company culture is supportive of giving and volunteering.
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