How donations are distributed
Good360 accepts new corporate product donations that can be used by our network of nonprofits. We also accept monetary donations from individuals to help cover the cost of shipping and distribution of product donations to the nonprofits that need them most. There are three ways we distribute product donations:
1. Warehoused donations: We developed an efficient process for bringing large quantities of product into our network of warehouses and breaking it into accessible quantities for charities of all sizes. Charities can view our online catalog of inventory 24-7-365. Learn more about our warehouse operations in Omaha, Nebraska.
2. Local retail donations: This model allows retailers to donate directly from individual stores to partner charities in their communities. This retail partnership allows smaller charities to get products straight from local businesses on a regular, ongoing basis (which almost always means significant savings in transportation costs), and establishes critical connections between retailers and charities in the places where the company’s employees live and work. Read more about partnering with a retail store.
3. One-time local donations: Our extensive network of pre-qualified charities allows us to quickly find homes for donations right in our donors’ local communities. Companies of all sizes can efficiently place one-time donations, rather than destroy them or dispose of them in landfills. Local charities are notified of donation opportunities as they become available, and orders are fulfilled on a first-come, first-served basis.