During these uncertain times, national nonprofit Good360 is leveraging its network to support COVID-19 relief efforts across the country and here in San Diego.
Good360 is the global leader in product philanthropy. They work with hundreds of companies that donate product and then get the donations into the hands of 90,000 nonprofits. Good360 and its partners, ensure that the right goods get to the right people, at the right time. Good360 members have access to thousands of products - from a single carton of school supplies to a semi-truckload of furniture and they develop partnerships with local retailers to receive regular donations of clothing, toys, home goods or other needed goods.
The company's CEO, Matt Connelly, and Senior VP of Nonprofit Development, Jonathon Cannon, want San Diego nonprofits to know that support is available now. Nonprofits can register for free with Good360 and receive donated goods for their communities.
To donate product or cash donations go to Good360.org.
Join 90,000+ other nonprofits for a free Good360 membership that gives you access to donations from top brands. Save money and help those you serve.
As a member of Good360’s Circle of Good, you can get donated goods like school supplies, diapers, toys, furniture, clothes, computers, and more delivered right to your organization. For more information, go to https://good360.org/nonprofit.
Good360 helps socially responsible companies do good by distributing highly needed product donations to people facing challenging life circumstances – all through their global network of vetted nonprofit partners.
As a global leader in product philanthropy and purposeful giving, Good360 partners with socially responsible companies to keep overstocked, returned, and seasonal products out of landfills and to give those items a second life in the hands of people in need. To learn more on how to donate, visit… https://good360.org/corporate.
Good360 delivers the right goods to the right people at the right time throughout all stages of a disaster, providing hope and dignity to those adversely impacted.
In the early days, Good360 is there with personal care items, supplies for shelters, and cleaning/mucking out products. Then, after the spotlight has dimmed months and years later, Good360 is still there with furniture, mattresses, home goods and other necessities to help impacted communities through the recovery journey. Details at… https://good360.org/disaster-recovery-old/?q=/disaster&/.