Give Greatly

You want to give, I want to help.

Inspiring and activating a new generation of givers. I help people who want to donate by matching them with nonprofit organizations that align with their values and issues they are passionate about. I connect and motivate people give more.


Everyone loves a great story.  We asked a few people we admire to answer the question, "Why do you give?"  Read and be inspired. 


We have a global community of philanthropic experts that we are constantly learning from, growing with and expanding. We believe due diligence is mandatory to ensure organizations are responsible and won’t waste your money. However, we believe in the need to go beyond fact checking. It's the community that has been involved with them and is impacted by their work that can tell the better story. They can confirm, “Yes, the world needs this nonprofit.”  Here's where we highlight some of those nonprofits.


Real Options for City Kids (R.O.C.K)

I donate because it adds perspective in my life. This perspective helps me treat others with respect. I give to R.O.C.K. because I maintain a deep connection to my previous experience volunteering with the organization.
— Chris Ginieczki

Visitacion Valley is a community in San Francisco recognized for its poverty and violence.  With five public housing developments, one if which is considered the most violent in San Francisco, resources are limited and hope is just a word.  Many children come from broken homes and go to bed with the sound of gunfire ringing in their ears.   

In this underserved community shines a ray of hope called Real Options for City Kids (R.O.C.K.).  With 20 years of award-winning programming, R.O.C.K. is the largest youth-serving organization in Visitacion Valley.  R.O.C.K.’s programs, which span the entire year, serve over 500 children ages 6-17.  R.O.C.K. provides sports/fitness, academic support, learning enrichment, community service, outdoor adventures, leadership training and job opportunities to a community lacking in resources.

If you're curious to learn more and get involved, please reach out to Curt at R.O.C.K.