What’s your organization’s impact story?
MilkCrate for Communities is a desktop and mobile-friendly tool that combines behavior economics with real world sustainable lifestyle information to provide an interactive, impactful experience for organizations and its members. Our fully customizable platform provides step-by-step, themed challenges (with juicy rewards!) to make positive change at your organization, school, or corporation easy and fun.
Who Uses MilkCrate for Communities?
Renters are willing to pay $300+ more a year to live in a building with a “strong sustainability program” — increase your margins with MilkCrate for Communities.
Are you a residential manager?
Princeton Review says 61% of students look to a school’s commitment to the environment when deciding to apply. Attract these applicants with MilkCrate for Communities.
Are you an educator?
MilkCrate for Communities will provide verified analytics that showcase your organization’s impact. Share these metrics with funders and stakeholders to sustain and grow.
Are you a nonprofit leader?
How the Platform Works
Impact Made Easy
MilkCrate empowers your community to complete sustainable and socially-responsible actions, like visiting triple-bottom-line businesses and volunteering within the local community that will add up to a significant, collective impact. All actions can be customized to fit your members’ needs.
Extra Motivation with Rewards
Rewards are a key component to motivating your community members to take action. You don’t have to be a rabbit to know carrots are better than sticks. During your on-boarding and customization process, we will determine the perfect system for your community to help them feel acknowledged and excited about their community’s commitment to impact.
See Your Impact & Benefits
We’ll track your community’s progress and give you access to the metrics and reports that matter the most to your organization. Then, you get to reward your community for taking steps in the right direction.
[MilkCrate for Communities] is great. It’s one thing [to take] the B-Corp assessment, but measuring after the fact is another challenge.