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We're One of The Nation's Top 100 Best Places to Work!

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You know how right before you win something, you convince yourself that there's no way you could possibly win? You're dying to win, but full of doubt. Then all of a sudden, the cloud of doubt parts, and they announce your name as the winner! Let's be honest, you would probably pee your pants. And that's exactly how we feel right now...

We're proud to announce that Causely (that's us) was just awarded OUTSIDE Magazine's Top 100 Best Places to Work 2016 Award! We don't have any photos to prove it, but here's a link to the article. And here's a nice portrait of our staff for you to frame if you want:

Best Place to work

This is a huge honor and we're humbly trying to calm ourselves down from being so excited. We take our mission to create a better world very seriously. Not only do we want to empower businesses to give back, we also want our employees to love their jobs, to have the resources they need for being their best selves, and to be fulfilled at home and at work (also, to always be full of donuts). 

Going out of our way to care for our employees might make us more radical than other companies. But that's just how we role. And because of that, our team will continue to furiously support each other in uniting businesses and donating the most any company has ever donated to charity!

Now, here's video of us doing an office wide plank challenge. You're welcome.


Also, in case you missed it, we won Kentucky's Best Place to Work Award earlier this year. Click here to read about it.

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Sarah Werner

Sarah wins the “off the grid” award on the Causely team. She aspires to live in a secluded cabin, surrounded by acres of pine trees and howling timber wolves, so she can finally write her award winning novel. In the meantime, due to the limited availability of her dream spot, she’s focusing on marketing, content strategy and storytelling for Causely. She has 5+ years experience in marketing and 10+ years in writing (27 if you include her childhood scribbles).


John Rougeux

John is an ambitious man who loves a good challenge. If you ask him to go for a hike, you’ll end up hiking the entire 2,000+ mile Appalachian Trail. If you ask him to go for a run, he’ll sign you up for an Ironman. No challenge seems to be too tough for this guy. John is the CMO and Co-Founder of Causely where he’s helping turn Causely into the most charitable company in the world.

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