Your Good Account contributions are tax-deductible donations. Your savings grow until you are inspired to give, whether that’s tomorrow or next year.
You can earn matching bonuses from Good-Benefits, your employer or other third parties, which help grow your giving over time.
You control when and where you grant money from your charitable savings. Give to any of the million plus charities in our database for any reason.
Giving should feel good! We make it much easier to save in small increments.
Grant anywhere. To friends’ fundraisers, disaster aid or specific programs within charities.
We find grant matching from employers, public sources and philanthropists.
You can create a portfolio of charities, and track when and where you’ve given.
Grant to one charity or ten. You get one annual tax receipt for your contributions.
We use bank-level security to process your personal contributions.
I made a $100 grant to Year Up in honor of my mentee’s graduation this spring. It turned into $400 of impact! My employer matched my grant, and then Good Benefits found two “impact investors” that matched our combined gift. Huge.
I want to have impact, but I feel like my gifts aren’t big enough. With Good Benefits, I saved $250 throughout the year…enough to pay for one child’s cleft palate surgery through Smile Train.
I always get solicited by charities at the end of the year…the same time I’m spending money on holiday travel and gifts for my family. This year, I don’t feel strapped for cash because I’ve saved with Good Benefits since March!
Between my gifts to my alma mater, church, friends’ fundraisers and personal causes, it’s a hassle to organize my donation receipts each year. Good Benefits helps me organize everything in one place.
He has a B.S. in finance and accounting from the Boston College School of Management Honors Program.
If you wait until you can do everything for everybody, instead of something for somebody, you’ll end up not doing nothing for nobody.
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