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3 Ways Your Company Can Make a Difference with Delivering Good

Brands are always looking for ways to make a difference in their communities. Whether it’s through volunteering with local groups or donating a portion of proceeds to charities, brands want to give back, but sometimes it can be challenging to find the right way to help. Here at Delivering Good, we work to make it easier for brands to help people in need right in their backyard. Here are a few ways your company can make a difference by partnering with Delivering Good.

1. Donate Product

The easiest and most common way to get involved with Delivering Good is through donating product. If you have extra inventory, you can donate it to DG and we’ll deliver it to community partners who need the items you have. Delivering Good accepts new product donations, including the following items:

• men’s, women’s, and children’s apparel, shoes, socks, and accessories
• home items including sheets, towels, and blankets
• juvenile products such as cribs and strollers
• toys
• books

2. Create a Brand-Specific Campaign with Us

If you’re looking for a robust way to partner with Delivering Good, we’d love to work with you to develop a brand-specific campaign. We work with brands throughout the country and have cause marketing opportunities that can fit your budget and goals. If you want to work on a long-term project with us, we’re here to help.

3. Donate Financially

For companies or brands that don’t have product to donate, financial contributions are another great way to partner with Delivering Good. Your financial donation will help pay for delivery services to get the new product donations to the people who really need them. With a $10 financial contribution, we are able to distribute $100 worth of new product to people in need.

There are more ways to get involved with Delivering Good and we’re ready to partner in whichever way works best for you. To get involved or to learn more, reach out to [email protected] and our team will be in touch!

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  1. CostumeLooks

    Be available. Part of the personal touch is making sure your customers can reach you. For example if your business is primarily online, meet in person occasionally with local customers and offer video calls (such as Skype) for those farther away. Work early and late when needed, especially if your customers are in different time zones. Even providing customers with your physical address helps build their trust and reminds them that your company exists off the internet as well.

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