Ever wonder where corporate purpose pros gather to share best practices? Wouldn't it be nice to get a behind-the-scenes look at how some of the world's most purpose-driven companies run their programs and create next-level impact? You're in the right place.
Something magical happens when 1,000+ changemakers like you come together to share tactical tips and ide8 on the future of purpose — and it all happens at Benevity's Goodness Matters conference. And for the first time ever, the conference is open to the public for one day! Ready to see what the hype is all about?
Human Rights Activist, Poet, Educator and Black Panther Party Leader
Spirituality: The Key to Sustaining Activism
We've proven that we can mobilize to shift our culture and change the world. But, it can be hard to keep showing up when we're constantly faced with new challenges. Ericka will share her unique perspective on the importance of spiritual practice in sustaining activism and promoting social change.
Trust. It takes a long time to build and can easily be broken. Bryan de Lottinville will dive into what this means for our companies and how a not-so-secret superpower — ahem, corporate purpose — is the key to unlocking deeper, more authentic connections with our communities, customers, employees and anyone else who interacts with our brands.
No matter where you are on your corporate purpose journey, the agenda is packed with sessions to help you elev8 your view of impact, and then give you the tools and insights you need to move the needle on critical social issues.
Our world is shifting, and trailblazers in our community have been some of the first to crack the code on helping their people stay connected, expanding the meaning of impact, deepening their customer loyalty and addressing important social issues like racial equity and justice.
“Goodness Matters was truly an industry conference, perfect for CSR professionals representing programs on any size or maturity. I laughed, cried, and had more A-Ha! moments than I care to admit. Every CSR professional NEEDS this conference!”
— Hilary Kendrick, Sr. Specialist, CSR, Finastra
“Never have a been to a conference where there was one unified goal among all attendees. The energy, camaraderie and focus was AWESOME! Great people, great learning experience.”
— GM2020 survey response
“I recommend Goodness Matters to anyone wanting to take their programs to the next level.”
— Erin Alcaraz, Strategic Programs Manager/Donation and Volunteer Matching, Intel Foundation.