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*We also empower highly motivated communities, like Los Angeles, Tampa Bay and elsewhere, where statewide implementation has not yet begun.
Give Back Better
The old approach, launched in 1999 and still being employed by existing platforms, places the burden on already overwhelmed nonprofits to “post and hope someone with the right interests and abilities sees the post in time and responds.” It marginally worked before the pandemic and does not work now.
Our totally new approach of building a comprehensive, frictionless guide to active nonprofits and the ways they have, currently are, and will likely again engage volunteers uniquely creates the foundation for Dynamic Volunteer Rebalancing.
Dynamic Volunteer Rebalancing
People want to help
When people first become inspired to help, they don't know the many ways they could help the many active nonprofits in their community. As they discover the ways and nonprofits that best fit with their interests, abilities and passions, they send a message offering to help. No account is needed.
The recovery will be uneven
If the nonprofit is in a position to engage a new volunteer, they respond immediately to the message and a connection is made. If they are not ready at this time, a polite response is sent and, if it's OK with the prospective volunteer, the nonprofit will reach back out to them when they are ready.
Dynamic Rebalancing in action
If there isn't a fit with the messaged nonprofit at this time, our AI engine kicks in and finds similar nearby possibilities based on this and any previous messages that are ready for volunteers like them. Dynamic Rebalancing maximizes connections without putting the burden on the nonprofits or the prospective volunteers.
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