Employee Volunteering Content Roundup | sgENGAGE

Employee Volunteering Content Roundup

By on Apr 14, 2021


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It’s that time of year again when we celebrate the impact of Volunteerism. Points of Light, an organization focused on creating a global culture of volunteerism, is hosting its 2nd annual Global Volunteer Month throughout April. In addition to Points of Light, many companies and nonprofit organizations in the United States and Canada National are preparing for National Volunteer Week on April 18th-24th.

Volunteering looked different for many over the course of the past year. Virtual volunteering increased, and in-person events had to adapt and change to keep their employees, clients, and volunteers safe from a viral pandemic. However you chose to show up and serve your communities over the past year, we thank you for your service.

As we take this time to recognize the importance volunteering has in our lives and communities, we wanted to round up some of our favorite volunteer-focused content we have published over the last few years:

Whether virtual or in-person, we hope you are able to get out into your communities and share some volunteering love. We’d love to see the impact you’re making during National Volunteer Week or learn why volunteering is important to you. Tag Blackbaud Corporate Solutions in your posts on LinkedIn or Twitter about why you volunteer for a chance to win a $50 donation to the nonprofit of your choice!


Kayla is a Sr. Product Marketing Manager working with the YourCause CSRconnect and GrantsConnect products. Kayla has been with the YourCause & Blackbaud team for 4 years, and is passionate about helping companies grow and expand their corporate social responsibility efforts. With a background in Sales and love for community and Non-profit work, she loves being able to tell the story of the YourCause products and how they can help maximize company cultures centered on caring for your peers and community. When not at work, you can find Kayla road-tripping to a new National Park or volunteering with Dallas Global Shapers and SVP Dallas.

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