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Employee Engagement

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Loyalty & Rewards
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Employee Engagement

Blue Cross Blue Shield North Carolina wanted to embed rewards into its employee-led political action committee. By adding Good Cards—gift cards for charity—as a matching contribution gift, the healthcare provider gave employees the opportunity to deepen their community involvement.

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http://learn.networkforgood.org/rs/networkforgood/images/HP%20Case%20Study_final.pdf
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Loyalty & Rewards
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Employee Engagement

HP had a dilemma. The world's largest technology company focusing on product innovation for the cloud, security, and big data, wanted to create a personalized volunteer experience that rewarded employees for their service. The solution? Rewarding engaged employees with a charitable gift card.

What are the terms and conditions for Corporate Good Cards?

Use of the Good Card® constitutes acceptance of the following terms:

  • Good Cards do not expire.
  • Good Card values are in U.S Dollars ($).
  • Good Cards must be redeemed through Network for Good's Giving System.
  • Users must make grant recommendations of at least $10.00 per charity selected to receive a grant.
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http://learn.networkforgood.org/BrainiacsGuidetoCM2013_BrainiacsGuidetoCM.html
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Cause Marketing
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Data & Research

We understand more than ever how people think—and that means we have a better chance of inspiring them to act. Find out what that means for your next cause marketing campaign with this free guide.

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http://learn.networkforgood.org/EmployeeEngagementeGuide2013.html
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Employee Engagement

This is a must read if you’re looking for the tools to promote employee involvement in social good projects. Discover the case for cause, an explanation on how social impact programs increase internal engagement and affect the bottom line, and tactics to implement these trends.

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Cause Marketing

This eGuide will help your organization achieve cause marketing success through crowdsourced philanthropy, cause affinity platforms, and more.

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http://learn.networkforgood.org/holidaygoodguide.html
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Cause Marketing
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Loyalty & Rewards

While Christmas trees and menorahs may be meaningful to your customers and employees on a personal level, we have a better way for your company to capitalize on the holiday spirit. Delight your audience at the end of the year with our no-fail plan.

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