The deadline to submit a non-profit is December 29th. The 2017 holidays are coming to a close, and so is our deadline to receive entries for the initiative.
LEWISVILLE, Texas (PRWEB) December 28, 2017
Everyone has to start somewhere. In GetPayroll’s case, it's starting with ten. And, on December 29, 2017, non-profits who can benefit from GetPayroll will run out of time.
Earlier this year GetPayroll started a non-profit initiative to give free payroll services to ten non-profit agencies. Why? A couple of reasons:
1. GetPayroll's CEO is big into philanthropy and already has been giving free payroll to the Rotary Club of Dallas for over 20 years.
2. Obviously, to build lasting relationships in the not-for-profit sector.
It’s a win-win.
Why not help organizations that are constantly finding ways to help others through their causes? GetPayroll's CEO likes to give, and he needs to find out whose out there in order to help them.
To help non-profit organizations free up administrative costs so the organization(s) can use the money to help forward its organizations and expand the reach of helping others.
The deadline is approaching.
The 2017 holidays are coming to a close, and so is the deadline to receive entries for the initiative.
So far, believe it or not, there have been over 900 views on the webpage but only six actual applicants. It may seem hard to believe, but GetPayroll is really going to give ten non-profits free payroll for all of 2018. Depending on the number of employees, this could add up to a $5,000 savings for each non-profit.
The deadline to submit a non-profit is December 29th. Let’s hope GetPayroll can get ten non-profits to help for 2018, and grow to give even more non-profits to help in 2019 and beyond.
To learn more, go to http://www.getpayroll.com/nonprofit
One more thing.
At the end of 2018, one of the non-profits that have been selected to receive free payroll will be drawn at random to receive an additional $1,000 donation on behalf of Charles Read and GetPayroll.