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BrainPOP Supports Performing Artists With a Remote Storytelling Activity

Thank you so much!!! It was awesome! We enjoyed the experience. – Ivana Raymond, BrainPop   On April 1, the BrainPOP corporate team came together for a remote team building activity hosted by Visit.org partner Drag Queen Story Hour. During this experience,  the team and their children joined a in interactive literary livestream, in which a drag performer trained by…

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Corporate Volunteer Activities: How a Day of Service Benefits Your Community & Company

More than ever, businesses are taking on the role of leading the world towards positive social change. For many companies, sustainability is no longer a buzzword to attract clientele, but a commitment to their employees’ and the community’s values. Now, embedded into many company cultures volunteering, donating, and participating in activities that benefit causes that matter. So, as your team…

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How This One Nonprofit is Impacting NYC Through Programs for People of All Backgrounds

Commonpoint Queens is a Visit.org partner nonprofit organization that is dedicated to sustaining and enhancing the quality of individual, family, and communal life in Queens through services to people of all ages, ability levels, stages of life, and backgrounds. When companies book a do-good experience with them through Visit.org, 100% of revenue is invested in their community programs. Recently, we…

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5 Things Gen Z Look For in a Job

Look out! The first wave of Gen Z has graduated college this year and is entering the workforce. As digital natives born between the years 1997 and 2012, Gen Z grew up with the internet and the ability to monetize an online presence. This generation is made up of tech experts and natural entrepreneurs. They are bringing new forms of…

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CSR & Employee Engagement: Q&A with Visit.org COO Gal Leibovich

Gal Leibovich is the co-founder and COO of Visit.org, a SaaS platform that offers employee-driven corporate social responsibility (CSR) activities that benefit nonprofits. With experience that ranges from overseeing soldier rooms in the Israeli army, to becoming the head of US operations for Gett in its startup years, Gal has proven to be uniquely skilled in creating efficient, effective workflows…

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What is Employee-Driven Engagement?

Not only has the rise in popularity of  corporate social responsibility (CSR) made an impact on local communities, it has also been widely recorded as boosting employee engagement. While employee engagement is certainly something ambitious businesses should strive for, there’s a distinction between top-down employee engagement and employee-driven engagement. Here are some data-backed facts proving employee-driven engagement reaps tons of…

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Migrant Women’s Empowerment in the Workplace: Q&A with Arielle Kandel

New Women New Yorkers is a Visit.org nonprofit partner that provides professional development and education programs to empower immigrant women in NYC. We recently interviewed NWNY’s founder and CEO, Arielle Kandel, to discuss what drove her to impact women’s lives, and why offering corporate experiences on Visit.org has been an important step for the organization. Arielle’s educational background is law,…

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What is Visit.org: Q&A with CEO Michal Alter

Michal Alter is the CEO and Co-Founder of Visit.org, a SaaS platform that offers employee-driven corporate social responsibility (CSR) activities that benefit nonprofits. As one of the first female pilot cadets in the Israeli Air Force, a former computer science engineer, an experienced Director of Refugee Affairs, and a graduate from Columbia University’s Master of Public Administration program, Michal has…

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