Working with Nonprofits

How does working with nonprofits benefit you and/or your employees?
by Carol Farabee, Kevin Johnson and Rick Dircks

carol-farabee Carol Farabee
CEO
Farabee Publishing

Helping others defines who you are. I have worked with nonprofits for the past 15 years as a leader, volunteer and board member. We can use the knowledge we have and step outside ourselves to give to others. The rewards are great, and the connections you make are solid and substantial for your business. You set the standard of expectation for trust, accountability and credibility when you are involved with nonprofits. Choose your cause today.

 

kevin-johnsonKevin Johnson
Founder
Alliance of Socially Responsible Agents

The key to success in working with nonprofits is showing them exactly how you can help further their mission and increase their impact. This sector is vital to the success of our business because we work only with nonprofits. The people make the nonprofit sector a joy to partner with because of their genuine appreciation for your efforts.

 

rick-dircksRick Dircks
Executive Vice President
Dircks Moving & Logistics

Through our work with nonprofit organizations over the years, Dircks has been able to fulfill our commitment to be an advocate for our community, and to leave it better than we found it. This not only builds positive business relationships, but also contributes to our company culture and allows our employees to feel like there is a greater purpose to the work they do.

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