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What could your non-profit do with an extra $350K a year?

March 9, 2023

Are your clients considered non-profit organizations?

The Difference Card has a long-standing relationship in helping clients create the BEST employee benefit package for social workers, while often saving the employer hundreds of thousands of dollars.

Over the last 10 years, The Difference Card has saved non-profit organizations over $123 MILLION in healthcare expenses.

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The average non-profit usually sees about 19% in savings annually, or around $2,712 per employee per year.

What could your client do with an extra $350,000 in savings?

The Difference Card is proud of the nearly $350,000 we have saved EACH non-profit organization on average.

When it comes to the non-profit sector, there are a few different categories, including: domestic needs, medical, international needs, youth, animal needs, environmental and nature conservation services, religious, public affairs, education, health and cultural.

Below, we break down a few of the categories and the impact The Difference Card could have on them.

$350,000 could provide your client with:

Animal Needs:

Your local animal shelter could benefit by providing:

Domestic Needs:

Your local domestic violence & temporary housing shelter could use the money saved to:

Environmental and Nature Conservation Services:

Home Building Service Organization:

These are just a few examples of how far a $350,000 savings could go for your non-profit client.

Interested in how The Difference Card could work for your non-profit clients?

The Difference Card offers non-profit organizations a competitive solution for attracting top talent and reducing employee turnover through our unique benefit plan designs.

Read more about our custom solution for non-profits HERE.

Discover how The Difference Card can help your non-profit clients today.

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