For many, the months of November and December are all about the giving: from the giving of gifts to loved ones, to the giving of your time to people in need, there’s something about the holiday season that seems to inspire generosity.

This month, we’re sticking with that theme to bring you profiles of FormAssembly nonprofit customers who provide very important gifts at the holidays and year-round to the people they serve.

Gift of… Someone Who Cares: Baan Dek Foundation

Baan Dek Foundation, one of our customers through our partner Swift River Consulting, was founded in 2002 with the goal of providing necessary resources like education and healthcare to children in Thailand in the construction sector. According to the Baan Dek Foundation website, thousands of children in this group are in need of these services. Baan Dek Foundation was also the winner of the 2017 MIT Solve Award for Social Innovation for their Digital Superheroes Academy.

Learn More: Baan Dek Foundation Website

FormAssembly Use Case: Attendance Forms for Educational Sessions (Read the case study on Swift River Consulting’s blog!)

Gift of… Healthy Play: Playworks

Remember recess? It might have been more impactful than you thought in grade school. According to nonprofit Playworks, research shows that quality recess time helps children physically, emotionally, and socially. Playworks aims to help schools maximize the benefits of recess by finding ways to make it safer for children, including all children in activities, and helping children develop their leadership skills through activities. Founded two decades ago, Playworks has the goal of connecting their services with 3.5 million children at 7,000 schools on a daily basis by the end of 2020.

Learn More: Playworks Website

FormAssembly Use Case: Individual Volunteer Application Forms and Corporate Group Volunteer Event Request Forms

That’s just a few of the amazing nonprofits whose work we help support with web forms. Learn more about our work with nonprofits like TechBridge and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Atlanta in this downloadable case study.

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