25 Sep GOOD360 PRESS RELEASE: Good360 to Help Victims of Colorado Floods
Gifts In Kind was founded in 1983 to provide a solution to companies looking for efficient ways to donate large quantities of new products to qualified charities. Gifts In Kind was founded in 1983 to provide a solution to companies looking for efficient ways to donate large quantities of new products to qualified charities.
Good360, the nonprofit pioneer in product giving, is currently mobilizing its network of corporations and nonprofits to deliver much-needed donated products to families and individuals affected by the devastating floods in Colorado.
After the damage is assessed, the recovery process uncovers many unmet needs—from building and cleaning supplies for people to restore their homes to apparel and personal care products for those who may still be in shelters or otherwise displaced.
Good360 is currently doing a survey of its partner nonprofits in the affected areas of Colorado to determine the most critical needs. The national charity will then utilize donated disaster relief products from our corporate partners to ensure that the most needed items go directly to Colorado residents hardest hit by the flooding.
After Superstorm Sandy and the tornadoes in Oklahoma, Good360 was able to distribute more than $3.6 million worth of donated product to people ravaged by those natural disasters. The nonprofit has been recognized by Forbes and the Committee Encouraging Corporate Philanthropy for efficiency and excellence.
Companies wishing to donate clothing, cleaning supplies, personal care items or other relevant products can contact Good360 at email@example.com.
In addition to product donations, Good360 is also accepting cash donations to help cover the cost of shipping and distributing items. On average, the charity is able to deliver $30 worth of critically needed goods for every dollar donated.
Good360 was created in 1983 to help companies efficiently donate slow-moving, obsolete and seasonal inventory to charitable organizations. These products are new and include nonperishables such as apparel, books, toys, personal care products, office and school supplies, computers and much more. Today, the nonprofit leader in product philanthropy distributes goods to a network of more than 37,000 prequalified charities, schools and libraries on behalf of America’s top brands. Good360 has been recognized by both the Committee Encouraging Corporate Philanthropy and Forbes for its excellence and efficiency, respectively, in helping companies do well by doing good. For more information, visit Good360.org.