Wed, February 12 2014

Celebrating One Billion for Good

Caryn Stein's avatar

Director of Content Strategy, Network for Good

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Billion Milestone

Today at Network for Good, we’re celebrating a major milestone:  1 BILLION dollars processed for charity since our founding in 2001. We’re incredibly proud of this big achievement and we are even more honored by what it means. This milestone represents an amazing outpouring of generosity from millions of donors to thousands of nonprofits—and an incredible amount of good being done in this world.

Network for Good was founded to make it as easy to give online as it is to shop online. A lot has changed in the world of digital philanthropy since then, and we’re excited to continue to be at the forefront of this revolution.

Of course, this milestone is about much more than the mechanics of processing online donations. It’s about the hard work of nonprofits and the good they do each and every day, the amazing generosity of donors, and the creative thinking of partners who provide innovative opportunities for generosity. Thanks to each and every one of you for being part of this journey and we look forward to working with you to continue unleash generosity. Here’s to the next “Billion for Good” and beyond!

  • Comment: (3)   


Congrats folks, here is to yours success!!!

Posted by Josh Trenser  on  02/13  at  08:44 AM

Congratulations to the whole team! What an incredible achievement and a wonderful indication of the power of technology to support individuals finding and giving to nonprofits making a difference in their communities and around the world.

Can’t wait to see you all and provide some congratulatory high-fives at the NTC next month!

Posted by Amy Sample Ward  on  02/20  at  11:04 PM

Super job, Network for Good!  Thank you for bringing generous donors in touch with good charities doing great work.  You are a true blessing for all.  Like our Goodwill…Good for Everyone!

Posted by M. Quilliam  on  03/13  at  02:31 PM

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