Our ultimate goal is to make NobleHour’s civic engagement toolset accessible to ever organization, in any country, with any budget.
Lakeland, FL (PRWEB) October 09, 2012
NobleHour, an online platform for managing civic engagement and volunteerism, announced Thursday that it now supports Canadian organizations. This means that any individual, non-profit, business, community or school can register on the website using Canadian postal codes. They can also use their postal code to find and share local events and volunteer, internship, or paid opportunities.
“Expanding to Canada seemed like a natural fit for us, not only because of proximity, but because many Canadian organizations have a strong spirit for service and volunteerism,” said PIa Simeoni, NobleHour’s Director of Marketing.
NobleHour promotes social good and service by offering a place where organizations, individual volunteers, and students can find and share volunteer opportunities and community news for free. Additionally, organizations can upgrade to a community, and access hour tracking, event management, content management, opportunity management, and member management tools.
NobleHour supports all kinds of organizations, whether they are small non-profits, or universities of 30,000 students. The product is tailored to non-profits, schools, businesses, civic groups, fraternities and sororities, and municipalities.
“Everyone needs to track their impact,” said NobleHour Managing Partner, Scott Fore.
“Our ultimate goal is to make NobleHour’s civic engagement toolset accessible to ever organization, in any country, with any budget.”
While the site is not currently supporting translation, there are plans for many future expansions.
“We are always listening to and working with our users, making sure they have the tools to make the greatest difference in their communities. Our inspired team is always implementing new enhancements to the site,” said Fore.