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Network for Good Overview

Washington, DC
51 to 200 employees
2001
Company - Private
Computer Hardware & Software
$10 to $25 million (USD) per year
Network for Good believes small and local nonprofits have important missions and deserve great tools and technology to fuel their fundraising. We use data, technology, and the power of networks to eliminate the daily fundraising grind that most nonprofits and charities endure ... Read more

Mission: To empower nonprofits and partners to unleash generosity with scalable ways to advance good causes.

Network for Good – Why Work For Us?



Founded in 2001 by tech giants AOL, Cisco, and Yahoo!, Network for Good has been instrumental in helping tens of thousands of nonprofits more efficiently fundraise by engaging donors in a more impactful way. Its refreshingly easy-to-use donor management software, fundraising pages, and personal fundraising coaches provide nonprofits with a complete fundraising solution—reducing their need for disparate systems, saving them time, and enabling them to raise more funds to support their mission. The company is a for-profit software as a service—or SaaS—company as well as a B-Corp, which means its goals are tied to both the company and the community.

Why Network for Good?

We believe nonprofits have important missions and deserve great software to power their fundraising and fuel their missions. We use data, technology, and the power of networks to eliminate the daily fundraising grind that most leaders endure. Network for Good provides Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) fundraising solutions that have delivered over $1.5 billion to more than 125,000 charities since 2001.

We’re growing our team so we can provide more nonprofits with simple solutions to power the good they do. Network for good is a hybrid organization—a nonprofit-owned for-profit. In 2013, we became a Certified B Corporation. We have been able to invest in and enhance our offerings and we’re just getting started! We’re in growth mode—always open to connecting with high performers focused on achieving results.

You can expect, growth and innovation and to have fun along the way. You will not only be rewarded for your personal achievements, but you will also have the opportunity to be part of an organization that lives by its motto every day: Do Good. Feel Good. ™

Retaining Top Talent

Employees at Network for Good enjoy knowing that what they do directly benefits nonprofits and the impact they can have. They feel the company has the mind of a business but the soul of a charity. Network for Good loves making a difference in the world, while enjoying the benefits of a collaborative and open environment. The mentoring program helps new employees acclimate to the company and the professional development programs encourage career growth. With rich benefits, like volunteer days off, birthdays as a holiday, and “Feel Good” flexible time off, employees are able to strike a real work-life balance—in addition to getting to enjoy cool perks like Beer Cart Thursdays and nitro cold brew coffee on tap.

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    Pros

    Freedom to coach nonprofits using my specific skills and experiences.

    Good support from the NFG team.

    Excellent donor management system.

    Cons

    Make sure the infrastructure is in place before launching new initiatives.

    Advice to Management

    None. Very pleased with my 4-years and look forward to many more!

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    I applied online. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at Network for Good in December 2013.

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    The recruiter for Network for Good asked extremely simple questions that were not probing as to experience. The recruiter missed communication deadlines more than once - where they promised to call or email and did not for several days or more after the deadline that they had set themselves. I have interviewed with all of the major technology companies and my impression of these guys based on the interactions with the recruiter was not good.

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Network for Good Awards & Accolades

  • Top 100 Impact Companies, Real Leaders Award, 2019

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