Facebook has opened up its Workplace for Good tool to provide a critical solution for not-for-profits and educational institutions to share best practice, engage with experts and leverage community-building tools.
The tool had been previously rolled out as a beta to a number of Australian not-for-profits and educational groups who are already reporting great results from the tool.
Will Easton, Managing Director and Vice President of Australia and New Zealand, from Facebook said since launching the tool they’ve seen 1000s of non-profits and educational institutions transform the way they communicate and coordinate work through the platform.
“The ability to work together quickly and effectively is critical for these organisations. At Facebook we recognise this and want to support the fantastic work of such organisations; Workplace for Good will provide a critical communications tool to industries that often face resource constraints,” Easton says.
Anna Gaveat Head of Workplace for Good at Facebook says the social media giant built the tool as a place for organisations of shapes and sizes to work together
“Over the last 18 months, we’ve seen thousands of non-profits and educational institutions transform the way they work on our platform. Now we’re matching their commitment to doing good with our own,” Gaveat says.
“Through Workplace for Good we’re giving Workplace Premium free to non-profits and staff at educational institutions globally, so they can build meaningful communities and create change around the world.
“We’re also investing in a dedicated team to grow our efforts in this space, alongside a new online resource centre that brings together product information, success stories, and videos to help organisations take the first step.”
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