Want to celebrate Cause Day™ at work or in your community? You can! We will provide you with all the materials to celebrate Cause Day™, including envelopes, posters, etc. We can even provide a speaker to kick off the celebrations. Each participant will be able to choose the charity they want to donate to, as part of the Cause Day!
A company's decision to participate in a fundraiser for a particular charity is based on several factors. Those include marketing and branding opportunities, but quite often, the charity is chosen based on personal preference of one of the top decision makers in the company. They might be the chair of an event, and they may ask their employees to rally around that cause.

People’s passion for a particular cause is related to what’s going on in their own life, a close friend’s, or the life of someone in the community. It often changes over time. But there is an undeniable fatigue effect from the many different fundraisers people encounter in everyday life in places where they don’t have control, such as at work. The current lack of a common strategy from a social and humanitarian point of view with regard to fundraising leads to an opportunity to bring people together, raise funds in a more efficient, compassionate, and educational way, and help many different causes, including those focused on Alzheimers, Autism, ALS, Diabetes, MS, Hunger, Heart Disease, Stroke, Cancer, Mental Health, Veterans, Substance Abuse, Autoimmune Diseases, Homelessness, Leukemia, Cystic Fibrosis, Rare Diseases, and Misc. causes.

According to a recent article in the Harvard Business Review, research over the past decade has found that the emotional culture in a company influences employee satisfaction, burnout, teamwork, and even hard measures such as financial performance and absenteeism

Countless empirical studies show the significant impact of emotions on how people perform on tasks, how engaged and creative they are, how committed they are to their organizations, and how they make decisions. So when managers ignore emotional culture, they’re glossing over a vital part of what makes people—and organizations—tick. By not only allowing emotions into the workplace, but also understanding and consciously shaping them, leaders can better motivate their employees. https://hbr.org/2016/01/manage-your-emotional-culture. Leaders can better motivate their employees when allowing emotions into the workplace, but also understanding and consciously shaping them. Cause Day™ offers a solution, focusing on the theme that “Surviving Is All Around Us™” and promoting a culture of compassion and empathy.

Cause Fund, Inc is a registered 501(c)(3) organization. Our Tax Id is 82-1802991. We will provide your company with all the materials needed to celebrate Cause Day™, including envelopes, posters, etc. We can even provide a speaker to kick off the celebrations. Call us for information, it's free!