GoFundMe Tops Fortune’s List of Best Workplaces

Ranked #1 Place to Work Among Medium Companies

Fortune just published its list of Best Small & Medium Companies, and we couldn’t be prouder to be ranked the #1 workplace among medium-sized companies. As Fortune puts it, it’s not about whether you have free lunch or massages (although we have both!)—it’s about a meaningful place to work where employees feel valued and able to make a difference.

Fortune’s partner Great Place to Work evaluated companies based on key qualities: a sense of mission; trust (from managers) and autonomy (for workers); and a culture of teamwork and communication. Based on direct feedback from GoFundMe employees at all levels and teams, you can see just how much we love the work that we do and the people we get to work with.

GoFundMe’s mission is to empower people to help people, and it’s something each and every one of us here are passionate about. There’s nothing better than knowing that GoFundMe has helped teachers supply their classrooms, or helped families recover after a hurricane, or helped an 89-year-old popsicle vendor finally retire. That’s why we’re so pleased to have our workplace recognized as the remarkable place we’re lucky to go to every day.

To see how GoFundMe compares to other companies, check out Fortune’s full list here. To see an in-depth review of working at GoFundMe, take a look at Great Place to Work’s full profile here.

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