Create hope, dignity, and connection
Launch the purpose of your business into the world
Create hope, dignity, and connection by launching the purpose of your business into the world
We all want to be a part of something bigger than ourselves, or a greater calling. We want to work with passion and purpose to make the world better.
The question is, ‘Why can’t this be done through your workplace today?’ Greater Calling thinks it can.
Employees who find meaning and significance in their work are more than 3x as likely to stay with their organizations.
You can increase employee engagement, support community transformation, and leave a legacy for your organization by partnering with a community overseas.
How It Works
Greater Calling partners businesses with some of the most vulnerable communities on four continents.
Identify an area your business is passionate about
Match your business with a community overseas
Financially support the project
Engage your employees through relationships
Leave a lasting legacy through your business’s impact
90% of Gen Z believes companies must act to help social and environmental issues and
75% will do research to see if a company is being honest when it takes a stand on issues.
Porter Novelli/Cone’s 2019 Gen Z Purpose Study
Turn Your Passion Into
To understand and address the underlying problems that cause poverty, we look at communities through 12 different lenses, which we’ve identified as the “TWELVE AREAS OF TRANSFORMATION.”
“Greater Calling is a unique model that reaches some of the most vulnerable children around the world. Through nutrition and other programs, they lift up communities and help them become self-sustaining. Greater Calling helped us live our purpose to nourish families so they can flourish and thrive.”
John Bryant, Former Chairman and CEO of Kellogg Company
Pursue a Greater Calling Together
Your partnership with Greater Calling not only impacts a community
overseas, but also impacts your organizational community.
89% of executives surveyed said a strong sense of collective purpose drives employee satisfaction.
Harvard Business Review’s The Business Case For Purpose