Investors In Community is FREE to use for ALL!

20th May 2020

Investors in Community (IIC) is a national platform for managing company and employee giving. They are asking you to join up and find your purpose by delivering positive social impact through your furloughed time.

If you have been furloughed or find yourself having to work from home, then there is an opportunity for you. IIC can help you deliver greater purpose to your time and deliver social value to the communities you live and work in.

For those that are furloughed you may not legally be allowed to work for your employer, however volunteering is permissible under the furlough regulations. The platform helps you identify charities and community groups that need your help now.

Investors in Community in partnership with CSR Accreditation provides the marketplace which gives you the power to do something positive:

  • Post the skills and services that you can offer during this time
  • Tell us about charities or community projects that are not on the platform and we will add them
  • Look for charities and community projects that will benefit from your support and help
  • Build your profile throughout your community and earn your community credits

We have heard so many stories about ordinary people becoming extraordinary, and now it is possible to become part of an army for good and find your purpose, delivering positive social impact during your furloughed or homeworking time.

Find out more about joining the army for good www.iicgivingback.com

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