Businesses can be a force for good
Local community needs are often unaddressed despite the desire of business leaders to engage intentionally. Our online giveback portal offers a convenient solution for businesses to elevate awareness and support key nonprofit initiatives that align with their own corporate mission. As businesses leverage their brands, a larger share of the community will see, become aware of and support the good works of all our valued local nonprofits.
Three Simple Steps For Getting Started
1. Commit to be a Force for Good
Regardless of whether you are a small or large business, your social influence can make a difference in helping your community flourish.
2. Is Your Community Launching? Take the Giveback Pledge.
Sign the giveback pledge to share local nonprofit initiatives each month across your social media channels.
3. Want to lead the charge in bringing What If We Could to your community? Become a Founding Sponsor.
Set up your own Giveback Portal and spread the word about initiatives that align with your mission.
What If We Could has created a crowdsourcing platform that helps nonprofits articulate their story, while allowing businesses and their supporters to become vested in specific initiatives through donations and volunteering. Crowdsourcing for community needs builds upon the success of traditional crowdfunding to help unite communities to provide much needed services and creative solutions.
The What If We Could Community Giveback Portal unites communities and gives businesses a platform to contribute to and share crowdsourcing activities with their unique audience. This can expand the reach of nonprofits and help them gain additional supporters – both financially and otherwise.
Businesses of all sizes can make a difference for local nonprofit initiatives by taking the pledge to use their social media and marketing channels each month to mobilize their contact base and encourage them to engage through volunteer, in-kind and fundraising initiatives. With businesses leveraging their brands, a larger share of the community will see, become aware of and support the good works of valued local nonprofits.