Businesses know the importance of getting involved in the community where employees, vendors, and customers live. It builds relationships, boosts visibility and promotes their brand. Plus, community-engaged businesses often get the added benefits of a happier workforce and a more loyal customer base.
That’s a business no-brainer.
However, businesses also know that pulling off a successful community-service event can be daunting. Identifying the organization to support, managing the staff, scheduling the time, and arranging transportation are all potentially time-consuming hurdles.