United Way of Greater Atlanta and Salesforce.org’s Philanthropy Cloud connects employees, customers, and partners to the causes they are most passionate about. Philanthropy Cloud makes it easy to get involved, through a platform that manages giving, volunteerism, grants management, fund disbursement and real-time impact reporting all in one interactive and engaging place.
We’re especially excited to bring this to the Greater Atlanta market as Philanthropy Cloud gives companies an advantage in the talent war, allowing the region’s growing workforce to engage with social issues 24/7, driving impact and change more strategically than ever before. Equipped with the Saleforce.org Philanthropy Cloud, United Way of Greater Atlanta’s team stands ready to support companies and employees in exceeding their goals for philanthropy through year-round strategic partnership, with an incredible digital engagement experience.
We are thrilled to announce that Gas South is the first company in Atlanta to sign on to use Philanthropy Cloud to engage their employees. Carley Stephens, Community Affairs Program Manager for Gas South shares, “Salesforce.org Philanthropy Cloud fits with who we are and the impact we are trying to make in collaboration with our partners. This tool is innovative and focused on our people. It allows the company to give corporately in our focus areas but also allows our employees to learn about and engage in what is most important to them as individuals. We are excited to adopt this platform, partner with United Way in this new way and drive a new way of giving and volunteerism in the community.”
“Philanthropy Cloud will enable employees and companies to tailor, track and grow their community involvement, making it a one-stop shop for philanthropic engagement that will meet employees’ needs, raise company profiles and build a better society for every person in every community.”
“We are excited to adopt this platform, partner with United Way in this new way and drive a new way of giving and volunteerism in the community.”