Clubs & Associations
xocial® provides a unique way for you to measure, promote, and improve the positive impact of your club, association, or classroom.
We’ll work with you to create fun, impactful challenges that have points representing impact, effort, and time. Short-story, picture, and video submissions generate conversation and inspiration. The result? Measured impact, social media rich content, and elusive social return on investment let you showcase the impact you are having.
Did you know?
Do-Gooders average 9 minutes per session and more than 7 challenges per campaign. That's great reason to associate your brand with a cause!
- Set the privacy level of your program
- Set challenge submission limits
- Require stories, picture or video for challenges
- Referral challenges allow your audience to spread the word
- Leaderboards track the action by individual, team, or challenge
- Notifications keep you up to date on all the action
- Supports sub-teams (division/team, school/class, city/club)
- Integrated donations
- Social impact resumes for players and organizations
- Sponsor logo integration
- Volunteering challenges (can be configured to require verification from the charity)
- Set challenges to require verification from an administrator
- Donation challenge processing with points awarded
- Prizing store
- Detailed reporting
Limitless opportunities to:
- Engage your sponsors in a way that provides them proof that they are making a difference
- Support curriculum objectives
- Track, share, and inspire community service
- Help teach and form the values of social responsibility, empathy, and philanthropy
- Provide rich content for community involvement and leadership development that can be shared with families and stakeholders
- Create valuable social impact resumes
- Generate rich stories showcasing how your institution creates well rounded individuals
NCAA & NBA camp Derek Anderson inspired students across North America to donate blood, sign owner doner cards, discuss their heros for women’s history month, and contemplate solutions to current social issues.
Kindness in the classroom
Grade 2 teacher Meagan Duetta hoped to focus her energetic class of seven- and eight-year-olds with her first xocial campaign. The results spoke for themselves.