Again, this could be in-person or virtual and it regularly tops the list for nonprofits. They are looking for people to help them successfully launch a project and see it through to the end.
Partner with nonprofits that are local to some of your employees to get creative with a hybrid approach. Local team members can be on-site while virtual teams can help increase the impact and provide support for the project through writing and pitching a press release, collecting images and quotes from staff the nonprofit could use in marketing materials, or helping to recruit more volunteers for the project.
Many outreach-based nonprofits have embraced hybrid approaches for mentoring, visiting with the elderly or helping small businesses. Your staff could tag team in-person visits with regular phone/video calls or even a handwritten note or email to check-in with someone -creating a true sense of community.
Take time to reach out to nonprofits that your employees care about and brainstorm all the ways your talented team could be a part of a project. Empowering employees to consider planning with a nonprofit as part of their volunteering hours could create exciting inclusive new outcomes.