Sporting a great sports day: How Socially Good helped PTA set new records

Vani is a grade 10 student from Vishakha Valley School, Vishakapatnam. Her school is very unique and technologically savvy. What sets her school apart is the active involvement of parent-teacher association (PTA) in all her school activities. Irrespective of the geographical barrier, even the boarders’ parents are active members of the PTA.  Parents use SociallyGood … Continue reading Sporting a great sports day: How Socially Good helped PTA set new records

Four ways SociallyGood can address the challenges NGOs face today

The Non-profit sector in India is growing at a rapid scale. It has proved to play an important role in social and economic development across various sectors such as Education, Healthcare, Rural Development, Women Empowerment etc. Some NGOs address larger national concerns, advocacy for Human Rights, Law and its general awareness as well as addressing … Continue reading Four ways SociallyGood can address the challenges NGOs face today

Strategies your non-profit needs for better volunteer retention

Volunteer acquisition takes up the majority of the non-profits resources; however, retaining volunteers is a big challenge for non-profits. How can non-profits ensure that volunteers return to help out again? 1. Make it an experience, not just a task A non-profit is like a restaurant; it isn’t just about the food it serves but also … Continue reading Strategies your non-profit needs for better volunteer retention

Is your employee engagement rickety? Try CSR

Tower Perrin Global study says CSR is the 3 rd most important driver for employee engagement. However, may CSR ad CHRO work in silos. Smart companies realize sustainable employee engagement and organizational identity can be built by encouraging employees to actively participate in cleanliness drives, matching gift programs, and volunteering programs. Participation in cleanliness drives … Continue reading Is your employee engagement rickety? Try CSR