All Good Work Foundation Launches Flexible Workspace Program For Nonprofit Organizations

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Nonprofit organizations can access workspace by the hour or by the day, through a new program launched by the All Good Work Foundation and Upflex.
  • The All Good Work Foundation has launched a flexible ‘Drop-In Program’ for social impact organizations.
  • Nonprofit organizations can gain access to workspaces by the day, and meeting rooms by the hour.
  • The new program is intended to meet the needs of both coworking operators and nonprofits who need more flexible alternatives.

The All Good Work Foundation has launched a flexible ‘Drop-In Program’ for nonprofit organizations, providing access to workspaces, including  desks and offices by the day, and meeting rooms by the hour. The new program is intended to meet the needs of both coworking operators and nonprofits who need more flexible alternatives as the market continues to evolve.  

Since it was founded in 2016, the All Good Work Foundation has connected scores of social impact organizations with donated workspace in coworking spaces and business centers through its Residency Program. Now, All Good Work is going a step further to more optimally support the dynamic needs of nonprofits, offering flexible hourly and daily drop-in access to conference rooms and desk space.

The new service is powered by Upflex, an online platform that gives coworking and business center operators the ability to fulfill  demand for short-term, flexible workspace rentals. 

During one of the most challenging years the Foundation, its partners and Residents have ever experienced, the new Drop-In service creates a more flexible and simplified approach to accessing workspace at a time when social impact organizations are most in need of a supportive, professional workplace environment. It also provides operators with more flexibility to donate underutilized space in an effort to support their local community.  

“The All Good Work Foundation has been working with the shared office industry for several years, and we’ve seen how much coworking space operators want to help and be connected to the community. The new Drop-In Program gives them a new and better way to do that, at a time when it’s needed more than ever.” – Nate Heasley, All Good Work Foundation Executive Director

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    “Since our inception, Upflex has tried to find ways to solve the issue of under-utilized space to create more sustainability. Our partnership with All Good Work for the Drop-In Program gives us another vehicle to achieve this goal, while also enabling organizations that do good in their local communities.” – Ginger Dhaliwal, Upflex Co-founder & CPO

    The program works by enlisting flexible workspaces who are willing to donate space including day desks, seats in a coworking space, or conference rooms. Once the space is listed on the Drop-In Program, All Good Work will connect the coworking provider with local community organizations, foundations, and regional or national nonprofits in need of workspace.

    Local nonprofits are invited to apply for the program and will be interviewed by All Good Work staff to ensure that they are carrying out verifiable social impact work, are in need of workspace, and that they will contribute positively to the workspace community.

    Find out more and apply online at: allgoodwork.space/drop-in-program

    About All Good Work

    The All Good Work Foundation was founded in 2016 by Nate Heasley, who serves as the Executive Director, and Frank Cottle of Alliance Business Centers Network, who serves as the Foundation’s Board Chair. All Good Work Foundation’s mission is to connect social impact organizations with private sector resources to make them more efficient and impactful. To find out more, visit www.allgoodwork.org or contact [email protected]

    About Upflex

    Upflex is the world’s first sustainable and flexible co-working booking platform for businesses. The platform is a global marketplace providing access to over 5,000 workspaces in 165 cities across 75 countries. Co-founded by Christophe Garnier and Ginger Dhaliwal in 2017, Upflex focuses on the needs of the changing workforce, reducing costs, and making a positive environmental impact. Upflex closed a $4.1 million seed round from leading Silicon Valley investor Ecosystem Integrity Fund. For more information, visit https://upflex.com/ or contact [email protected].

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