danos works

Overview & Guidelines

The Danos WORKS program awards money to approved 501(c) 3 or 170 (b) organizations Click here to verify an organization’s 501(c) 3 or 170(b) status through the IRS database. where Danos employees volunteer their time. The program encourages Danos employees to volunteer their personal time and expertise to organizations that benefit Education Education charities make learning possible for students of all ages, from pre-school to graduate school. They also provide other educational services and opportunities that help make schools more effective and more accessible to students of all backgrounds. Examples:
a. teacher grants
b. technology support
c. book drives
, Healthcare Health charities cure diseases, treat and support our sick and disabled, seek improvements in medical treatments, and promote public understanding and awareness of particular health risks, diseases and disabilities. Examples:
a. wish granting programs
b. housing/travel assistance for those in medical need
c. children’s hospitals
, Environment Environment charities work to preserve and protect the environment and to promote environmental research, conservation and appreciation. Examples:
a. coastal restoration
b. conservation initiatives
c. tree planting and beautification campaigns
or Welfare Welfare charities provide networks of direct services to people in need. They feed our hungry, strengthen our communities, shelter our homeless, care for our elderly and nurture our young. Examples:
a. disaster preparedness and relief
b. camps and youth ranches serving at-risk children
c. food banks, food pantries and food distribution
initiatives in the areas where Danos lives or conducts business. For 2017 – 2020, an increased award amount will be given to organizations that help resolve community Welfare Welfare charities provide networks of direct services to people in need. They feed our hungry, strengthen our communities, shelter our homeless, care for our elderly and nurture our young. Examples:
a. disaster preparedness and relief
b. camps and youth ranches serving at-risk children
c. food banks, food pantries and food distribution
challenges. This program is funded through charitable gifts from Danos employees and supplemented with funds from the company.

Works Guidelines

Danos WORKS will award $5 per hour for every hour a Danos employee volunteers his or her time at an approved 501(c) 3 or 170 (b) organization, and $10 per hour for every hour a Danos employee volunteers at an approved 501(c) 3 or 170 (b) organization Click here to verify an organization’s 501(c) 3 or 170(b) status through the IRS database. that specifically targets community or Welfare Welfare charities provide networks of direct services to people in need. They feed our hungry, strengthen our communities, shelter our homeless, care for our elderly and nurture our young. Examples:
a. disaster preparedness and relief
b. camps and youth ranches serving at-risk children
c. food banks, food pantries and food distribution
challenges in areas where Danos lives or conducts business. Employees must volunteer a minimum of 10-hours annually per organization to be eligible for the award. Volunteer hours can be recorded with multiple approved 501(c) 3 or 170 (b) organizations. Danos WORKS will award funds up to a maximum of 30 volunteer hours per employee annually.

Before You Volunteer
  1. Verify that the organization is an approved 501(c) 3 or 170 (b) organization 
  2. Download the volunteer form, bring it with you when you volunteer, and have it signed by the organization representative.
  3. After you work, visit the online volunteer portal to upload the signed volunteer form and log hours worked.
Download your volunteer form and get started

The deadline for submitting volunteer hours worked for the current year is December 1. Funds will be awarded to the benefiting organizations in January of the following year.