Social network for volunteers offering special introductory rate of $399/month for Premium services
ITHACA, NY – GiveGab, the social network for volunteers, announces that it will donate 5% of revenues to The Arbor Day Foundation for the first month of Premium services from those organizations who pre-register now through National Volunteer Week, April 21-27, 2013.
Established in 1974, National Volunteer Week focuses national attention on the impact and power of volunteerism and service as an integral aspect of our civic leadership. Earth Day, observed on April 22, now has more than 1 billion people each year taking action to protect the planet, making it the largest civic observance in the world.
Currently, Basic services offered on www.GiveGab.com are free to all subscribers and include creating a school, nonprofit or business profile, creating a personal volunteer profile, creating and promoting volunteer events, logging hours, compiling a volunteer resume and reporting of aggregate volunteer hours.
Premium services, scheduled to launch in the summer of 2013, will include:
- Enhanced reporting features, including the ability to “slice and dice” data
- Reports specifically designed for President’s Honor Roll, grant applications, etc.
- Upgraded dashboard for reporting & analytics
- Enhanced Impact page
- Premium level customer service & support
Charlie Mulligan, co-founder and CEO of GiveGab states, “Earth Day is widely credited for starting the environmental movement. We at GiveGab support environmental and other worthwhile causes through the website, enabling volunteers to find volunteer opportunities more easily.”
To pre-register for Premium services and take advantage of a special $399/month introductory rate, please visit . There is no obligation to pre-register, and no credit card is required. Upgrade to Premium services in summer, 2013 and 5% of the first month’s fee will be donated to The Arbor Day Foundation for their Gift Tree program.
GiveGab, the social network for volunteers, is dedicated to helping volunteers and nonprofit organizations interact in local communities in order to fulfill its mission: More, happy volunteers. GiveGab’s goal is to create a fun yet effective online environment that encourages real-world volunteer hours, donations, and social interactions. GiveGab helps volunteers find volunteer opportunities in their local communities, log volunteer hours, and create a volunteer resume. Volunteer managers at nonprofits, colleges/universities, businesses and clubs can create and manage events, programs, and opportunities, recruit volunteers, track volunteer hours and report their success. For more information, visit www.givegab.com.