Corporate Social Responsibility: Liberty Global's Employee Volunteer Program

Liberty Global involves its employees — and their families — in its CSR initiatives. In 2017, the organization refurbished Cole Arts & Science Academy, a Denver public school, and the neighboring Boys & Girls Club. 

Decoding the Sustainable Development Goals

Decoding the Sustainable Development Goals

The United Nation's Sustainable Development Goals can help your company choose causes that are important locally and nationally. Give2Get's consultants use them to assist you in determining which causes to champion and how to set up your corporate social responsibility strategy.

Oktane17: Even a Little Time Can Make a Huge Difference


Science, technology and math courses can often be intimidating, but volunteers from Oktane17 found ways to make learning fun for children who participate in Girl Scouts and the Boys & Girls Club of Southern Nevada.

In less than 90 minutes, a stream of Oktane17 attendees packed 150 unique S.T.E.M. kits that each contained 17 elementary circuitry components including Play-Doh, modeling clay, battery connectors, LED lights, fully assembled electric pinwheels, and more! 

Both organizations will use the kits as a core component supporting this fall's S.T.E.M. curriculum, including a special "Lights on After School" program that the Boys & Girls Club is hosting later this year. 

According to the Committee for Economic Development, one of the most important factors that limits the United States’ ability to stay ahead of the STEM curve is the lack of introduction to these educational areas at an early age. 

Kits like these can foster excitement about these subjects because the children are introduced to concepts in a fun, easy-to-understand way.

New Orleans Benefits from Hosts Global Forum

New Orleans Benefits from Hosts Global Forum

Earlier this year, attendees at the Hosts Global Forum created art supply kits for foster children and enrichment toys for animals to contribute to the New Orleans community. It was the fifth annual conference and the first time Give2Get appeared at the event.