Finding an event to hook your employee wellbeing or sustainability programme around is a great shout. It helps to give you some focus while making your employees feel like they’re part of something far bigger. Empowering stuff!

Below are some events we've picked out as good opportunities for businesses to get involved.

Whether you're looking to build workplace culture, support employee health and wellbeing, or raise your profile as a sustainable business, there should be something for you.

New Year's Resolutions 2019

January is a great time to launch a Do Nation campaign, encouraging employees to make a pledge for their New Year's resolution.

With lots of health and wellbeing related Do Actions, our platform can offer a great menu of inspiration for staff, helping them to work together to keep to their commitments, while feeling part of something bigger.

Check out our case study of how Hill + Knowlton Strategies used New Year's resolutions to engage 66% of their staff in healthy, environmentally habits.

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Earth Day: 22nd April 2019

Earth Day is an annual day of political action and civic participation. People march, sign petitions, meet with their elected officials, plant trees, clean up their towns and roads. They also make pledges, start new habits, and inspire others to do the same.

It's a great time to launch an employee pledge challenge, and that's what we're here to help you to do.

Download our Guide to running a Green Week, it has some great tips.

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World Environment Day: 5th June 2019

World Environment Day sets out to raise global awareness of the importance of our natural environment and to encourage people to take positive environmental action. It is led by the UN Environment Programme (UNEP) and takes place every year on 5 June.

It's a great time to launch an employee pledge challenge, and that's what we're here to help you to do.

Download our Guide to running a Green Week, it has some great tips.

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Global Goals Week: 22-29 September 2018

Get your people taking action on the Sustainable Development Goals this September, for the anniversary of the UN's global goals.

We've mapped each of our Do Actions against the Sustainable Development Goals so people can see which goals they are supporting with their pledges, and you can access data on the collective impact they've made towards each of them. It's a simple but effective way to get conversations and actions started this September.

Find out more about how Do Nation ties in with the SDGs here.

If you're a B Corp, you can join our B Corp challenge where we'll be pitting companies against each other to see who's employees can make - and keep - the most pledges for Global Goals Week. The winning B Corp will receive a complementary report into their impact.

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Feel free to suggest other events.

How it works:

1. Create your campaign page

Create a campaign customised to your business’s needs in just minutes. Explain why you’re asking for pledges and pick your own priority Do Actions.


Pledges confirmed:

CO2 pledged: kg

CO2 confirmed: kg

Pledges per person:

Pledges confirmed per person:

CO2 pledged per person: kg

CO2 confirmed per person: kg

2. Join a leaderboard or create your own

Ranking teams against each other to see who can complete the most pledges, and to show their collective impact.

3. Start raising pledges

Your employees pledge to do one or more actions that suit their lifestyles. We send them handy tips and reminders to keep them motivated.


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Everests climbed through Step up


Chickens saved through Veg out

4. Report on the habits formed

After two months, users confirm how they got on and we dig into deeper impact, sharing insights and data with you.


The lovely small print

For some events, we may run competitions between organisations or users, to see which can make the most pledges and save the most carbon, water or waste. The terms and conditions may vary between each of these, and will be listed below.


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