5 Tools Startup Founders Can Use to Create Impact Within Their Company
s the sector of Corporate Social Responsibility(CSR) continues to grow, I see more and more tools being created to help startups in any sector easily incorporate socially responsibility into their day to day operations.
Below are some tech tools, products, and platforms that can help you boost your corporate socially responsibility within your startup.
1. Gifts for Good
Gifts for Good is a Los Angeles based start-up bringing employee gifting into the modern age. Gifts for Good aims to integrate social good and giving back with corporate gifting all year-round. Whether gifting for holidays, promotions, or thank yous, Gifts for Good has got it covered from handmade candles, to luxe leather totes, to unique wooden headphones. All gifts support a wide range of nonprofits and charitable causes including: children-in-need, economic development, environment, homelessness, health, women-at-risk, and more.
2. Charity Charge
The Charity Charge Business MaterCard helps empowers startups to effortlessly give back everyday. The card allow seamless corporate social responsibility by allowing your business to earn cash back that’s automatically donated to ANY nonprofit of your companies choice. There is no annual fee and the % that is automatically donated with every purchase is tax-deductible and you are allowed unlimited employee cards.
3. Stripe Climate
Stripe climate allows any startup to remove carbon as you grow your startup. With Stripe Climate, you can direct a fraction of your revenue to help scale emerging carbon removal technologies in just a few clicks. Join a growing group of ambitious businesses changing the course of carbon removal.
Vera is a simple way for startups to offset their plastic footprint. By becoming Vera-Certified, you’ll help create new jobs for people who collect ocean-bound plastic. You’ll not only alleviate poverty, but also ensure that plastic never ends up in our oceans! The best part about Vera, is that everything is transacted through the blockchain, which creates a traceable, auditable supply chain that guarantees our promise. Join Vera’s collective who already offset more than 40,000 plastic bottles every month!
5. Elliot for Water
Elliot for Water is the first social good search engine that empowers its users to help people in need of clean water by allocating its ad revenue to impact projects. One fifth of the global population has no access to clean water, leading to death of six thousand people per day due to water-related diseases. Elliot For Water’s mission is to help bring drinkable water to as many people as possible and to improve the quality of life, while respecting the needs of the local culture and environment.