TOP VIDEO: Millennial volunteers look to buck ‘selfie generation’ image, make difference in rapidly changing region
Q13 FOX-May 30, 2017
Seattle Works is a non-profit and matchmaker of sorts. It connects local non-profit organizations desperate for a helping hand with companies providing a volunteer workforce and individual volunteers ready to pitch in. “It has to start somewhere,” says Ben Ruler, the Executive Director of Seattle Works ... Watch Video.
Call of a Global Movement: Helping Millennials Build Community Through Volunteerism
Points of Light-Nov 22, 2017
In Seattle, Ben Reuler, executive director of our affiliate Seattle Works, is committed to helping millennials who are new to the city build community ... With our global network of more than 200 affiliates, Points of Light will celebrate International Volunteer Day on December 5, recognizing volunteers in ... Read More.
How Does Seattle Works, Work? Let Us Show You.
Seattle Works-Jan 9, 2017
In 2016 we saw an influx of volunteers, community members, and companies dedicated to the growth of our region. Because of supporters like you, Seattle Works was able to implement strong public programs to deploy these amazing volunteers. Click to view the 2016 Annual Report.
What gives? Tech giant Amazon finally boosts its philanthropic rep in its hometown
GeekWire-Dec 14, 2016
“We are definitely hearing from more Amazon employees interested in engaging with nonprofits,” said Ben Reuler, executive director of Seattle Works, a nonprofit that helps facilitate volunteer activities and preps people for serving on nonprofit boards. That enthusiasm comes despite the fact that Amazon ... Read More.
How altruism can help employers attract millennials
GeekWire-Nov 18, 2016
“Employee engagement, employee volunteerism is an HR issue,” Ben Reuler told a crowd of professionals and community organizers in downtown Seattle Friday. “The smart companies are realizing this.” Reuler is Executive Director of Seattle Works, a nonprofit that brings corporations and people together ... Read More.
Can volunteerism mend the growing rift between Seattle's thriving tech community and those in need?
GeekWire-Feb 18, 2016
Ben Reuler has an idea that could help mend this growing rift and shift one image of tech workers — as an entitled, indifferent force that undermines the ... Reuler is the executive director of Seattle Works, a nonprofit founded 27 years ago that connects corporations and individuals with other nonprofits in ... Read More.