Good Done Great is a complete suite of Web-based corporate social responsibility tools. Its core functionality supports grant management, workplace giving and volunteering programs for corporations and philanthropic organizations.
Good Done Great’s grant management system tracks applications and fund disbursement. The system also automatically screens prospective grantees against government databases to verify their eligibility and generates in-depth grantee reports.
The workplace giving application supports the management of a variety of campaigns, including days of giving, disaster relief, matching gifts and dollars for doers campaigns, while the volunteering application streamlines coordination for volunteering days and other company-sponsored events.
An online portal enables employees to login, make donations, sign up for volunteer opportunities and track and report their time and monetary contributions. When new volunteer opportunities are added to the system, requirements—such as skill level and age—are defined. Employees can then search and sign up for tasks and shifts that match their abilities and availability.
Lisamay from Woodbury Elementary School PTA
Specialty: K-12 Education
The website is user friendly and easily navigated.
I have been trying for months to get monies from this organization that are matched funds. A parent at our school donates and their company matches the funds through this organization. I've been trying to get the monies for over a month now. I'm beginning to think that this is a tactic - another person might just give up.
If you are a corporation looking to find a company to handle your company matching benefits program - I would consider looking elsewhere.
Mike from St. William Church
With the product, I like how easy it is to use. For the vendor, I appreciate the quick reponse time when I call with a question.
What I like least about the product is that it crashed a few times.
I recommend that they do quite a bit of research to make sure they have found the right product for them.