Deed helps companies engage employees by empowering them to donate time, money, and skills to nonprofits they care about.
We pride ourselves on the ability to be nimble, client-focused, easy to use, and innovative.
Employers can amplify social impact efforts through matches or rewards and track, analyze, and share the collective impact with the world.
Our partners value our ability to meet them where they are – whether they're just starting a program or have been active in the space for years – leading to increased engagement and impact.
We work within technology, social impact, employee engagement and DEI&B, and want to make sure our values are reflected in our work. These show up across platform features, design & brand, client toolkits, and so much more.
We give employees at leading companies the tools to do good deeds.
We are collaborative, flexible, feedback-driven, and always looking for innovative ways of improving our platform and its impact.
We build things that are cool, fun to use, and create a positive impact.
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Deed was founded out of a desire to make doing good easy and exciting for a new generation of volunteers. CEO Deevee Kashi came to the realization that our technology-driven world focuses on making selfish pursuits easy, while being selfless remains hard.
After building some of NYC’s top nightlife brands, Deevee began recruiting his network of celebrities and influencers to do good deeds. Finding it very difficult to find local volunteer opportunities, he decided to build an app that made volunteering and donating easy, social, and fun.
By inviting celebrities to soup kitchens instead of parties, he quickly built an enthusiastic community of first-time millennial and Gen Z volunteers looking to make an impact. Some of these same volunteers told their employers about the app so they called to ask for help with their employee volunteer programs. As Deed grew to become the corporate social impact platform for innovative, forward-thinking companies, Deevee was joined by long-time technology wizard, Aske Ertmann, who volunteered through Deed and loved it so much he became CTO, and Steven Liu, a finance and startup veteran searching for purpose.
Supported by incredible partners like Adidas, Airbnb, Stripe, and Box, and by amazing investors like Y-Combinator, Deed’s passionate team of do-gooders now spans 4 continents, and their platform is live in nearly 50 countries. With a growing network of over 2 million nonprofit organizations around the world, Deed continues to maximize the impact of employees and companies by supporting community volunteering, skills-based volunteering, and individual and fund-based donations through cutting edge technology.