“Paralysis” is how one Adobe corporate social responsibility leader described March 2020. Seemingly overnight, all in-person volunteering programs at the multinational software company halted. As the pandemic dragged on, Adobe was forced to completely redefine its employee volunteering initiatives.
Traditionally, high-quality skilled volunteering programs required face-to-face experiences. COVID forced Adobe’s social impact and engagement leaders to recreate a meaningful volunteer experience virtually. But can immersive, in-person volunteering be replicated virtually? Yes — and they may even have some unexpected benefits.
The Forced Innovation of the Pandemic
A leader in corporate responsibility, Adobe engages in social impact programs every year. Skills-based volunteering is a highly sought after experience. Team4Tech, an Adobe partner, facilitates long-term relationships with global nonprofits and offers corporations turnkey, impactful pro bono volunteer programs.
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