Good360 works with corporate donors and nonprofit partners to ensure that the right goods are delivered to the right people at the right time.
Good360 is committed to a survivor-centric approach that supports disaster-impacted communities throughout the recovery journey, from personal care items in a shelter to a new mattress for the first night in a newly rebuilt home.
From initial impact until survivors move into a permanent home, Good360 strives to get the right goods to the right people at the right time. To do this, we need passionate corporate partners who understand that rebuilding lives after a disaster is a long-term commitment that could take years to complete.
GAF and their Community Matters initiative ensure nonprofits like Good360 get and distribute the right products at the right time following a disaster. By working together to create disaster resiliency and rebuild communities impacted by disaster, we are able to shorten the time from impact to recovery.
We provide critically needed goods throughout all phases of disaster recovery including:
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We live in a world of plenty. And yet, millions of people find themselves in critical need every day, creating a vast need gap. At Good360, we know there’s more than enough to go around. That’s why we work hard to get donated goods where they can do the most good, to close the need gap.
We strive to be the link between organizations with so much to give and communities in critical need, closing that gap and opening up new opportunities for all. Good360 amplifies the impact of donors and non-profit organizations, by connecting donations from some of the world’s largest companies to 100,000 nonprofits partners. Doing good is good for business and Good360 can help you do it!
Good360 is cause-agnostic, supporting the needs of all 501(c)(3) nonprofits. We fill unmet product needs through our online catalog, direct truckloads, retail store matching and custom programs. Our Disaster Recovery work focuses on distributing products needed in all phases of disaster recovery – emergency prep, emergency response, clean up, rebuilding and re-living (moving back in).
Over the past 4 years, we have averaged a 20x amplification of funds. This means that $10,000 in funding allows us to distribute AT LEAST $200,000 in donated products.