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. For more than 35 years, we’ve built our relationship with our corporate partners on a foundation of mutualism – working to make the business of product donations truly a win-win-win-win proposition by building programs that benefit nonprofits, individuals, the environment, and our corporate donors.
Donating product isn’t just “giving stuff” – these generous donations provide hope and transform the lives of millions of individuals who have been impacted by disasters and other challenging life circumstances.
Great! Make an impact by donating product to hard-working nonprofits who use your donations to transform lives.
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Good360 provides a number of opportunities for companies to give thoughtfully and with a focus on delivering the most impact.
Good360 is likely your best option for donating excess, overstocked, discontinued, returned and seasonal products:
As a leader in purposeful giving to transform lives, Good360 plays a key role in all phases of disaster recovery, from early response to long-term rebuilding. If not handled appropriately, giving during times of disaster can cause more problems instead of alleviating the ones that already exist. Through our holistic, full life cycle approach to working in disasters, we collaborate with our corporate donors to ensure that the right product is donated for the right people at the right time, ensuring optimum impact and helping accelerate the recovery process.
There are easy ways your company can help in disaster recovery:
Almost all new, and “like new” products can be of big help to those in need. With over 90,000 nonprofits, we can find the right home for just about anything. Some of the biggest needs include: