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Each year, Good360 serves tens of thousands of nonprofit organizations around the country. We enhance their missions by giving them access to product donations that allow them to run their programs more efficiently and affordably.   This has never been more important than this year with a record number of natural disasters, an...

Each year, Good360 serves tens of thousands of nonprofit organizations around the country. We enhance their missions by giving them access to product donations that allow them to run their programs more efficiently and affordably.  We do this at scale, often delivering donations by the semi-truckload. In 2019 alone, we distributed...

For most nonprofits, budgets are perpetually tight. That makes one of your least costly and most accessible assets — your volunteers — also one of your most valuable.But getting the most out of your volunteer force requires some serious management. The best nonprofits know to nurture these good-hearted people with...

A Good360 partner since 2012, the United Breast Cancer Foundation’s mission is to make a positive impact on the lives of those affected by breast cancer. UBCF strives to alleviate the stress and strain that cancer can cause to patients and families, providing screenings, treatment, after-care, education, and other patient...

  Before Greg Bales started Morningday Community Solutions (MCS), he knew nothing about creating or running a nonprofit. That didn’t stop him from eventually establishing one of Good360’s most active Community Redistribution Partners in the country, serving some 350 charitable organizations in South Florida. Bales estimates that MCS has collectively saved its...

Recently, a church in Atkins paid about $600 for nearly $6,000 worth of flooring, doors and other construction and home supplies to fix up a residence owned by the church....