“The Goodies” Celebrate Progressive Companies Innovating Through Modern Approaches to Corporate Purpose
Submitted by Benevity
Benevity’s 2020 Corporate Goodness Awards, also known as “The Goodies”, celebrate the bold, innovative, inclusive and creative ways that companies are making a difference in the world — and how they inspire other people through purpose.
Some of last year’s Goodies Award winners, including Micron Technology, TC Energy, Accenture Canada, PlayStation and Illumina, passed the torch to the 2020 winners at the annual Goodness Matters conference in Palm Springs. And with more nominations than ever before, there was an impressive array of entrants across industries and geographies — all demonstrating the impact that companies, their employees, customers and communities can have when they work to harness the power of Goodness through their corporate purpose programs.
Congratulations the 2020 Goodies Award winners:
Levi Strauss & Co. / The Bestie Award
Adobe / The People Power Award
Albertsons Companies/Albertsons Companies Foundation / The Community Hero Award
Splunk / The Moonshot Award
Intel / The BeCause Award
TELUS / The Buzz Award
Arm / The NewB Award
Tricia Stevens from Lush / The BUFFY Award
Benevity's microdonation software is the engine for socially responsible businesses to engage their customers, employees and others (such as their supply chain or advertisers) in optional charitable giving. Benevity lets companies embed user-directed, tax-receiptable donations and corporate matching programs into their existing transaction environments, using their own brands and systems. Benevity makes it easy for companies to build authentic and impactful cause marketing, workplace giving and other social responsibility initiatives that increase engagement, brand differentiation and return on investment, while tying directly to business activities that drive the company's bottom line. Benevity's goal is to help build user-driven giving opportunities into all types of existing online interactions to involve customers and employees in giving to causes they care about; building greater loyalty, differentiation and customer and employee stickiness. Benevity wants to help companies and their customers, employees and partners turn "feel good" into real good, and change the landscape of philanthropy in the process.
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