Unify Your Remote Team
Donut builds trust and forms friendships for even the most distributed teams by making it easy to launch virtual coffee or group lunches, encourage peers to meet for learning opportunities, and build important internal networks for new hires.
Banish Social Isolation
Remote teams might not meet by the water cooler, but serendipitous social interactions are still meaningful. Send teammates for virtual coffees or lunches.
Build Internal Networks
Bring together teammates from different departments for group meetings or mentorship opportunities.
Enable Inclusive Fun
Share selfies and fun facts back in the Donut channel to spread the good vibes.
Welcome New Hires
Make new hires feel instantly a part of the team by introducing them to everyone they need to know, from onboarding buddies to Zoom lunch pals.
Launch New Remote-First Programs
Okta’s Virtual Coffee Program
Is your team working remotely? Give your team opportunities for human connection through biweekly virtual coffees.Get Started
Get Intros to Another Team/Department
Increase collaboration by introducing people from different departments or teams (like sales and engineering, etc.)Get Started
AnswerLab’s WFH Buddies Program
Introduce WFH pros to remote newbies for bonding and support, inspired by AnswerLab.Get Started
Create a CEO Coffee Lottery
Randomly select one or more lucky winner(s) to grab coffee and meet with the CEO periodically.Get Started
InVision, CEO & Co-Founder
“As a largely remote company Donut helps us strengthen personal connections and InVision's company culture.”See how InVision powers their WFH culture
“I'm in a Donut group with my peers in engineering leadership. It prompts us to make the "important but not urgent" time for one another.”See more ways to connect remote teams
“I strongly believe that connecting with teammates strengthens your culture, collaboration and workplace happiness.”See how HotelTonight improved their team culture in weeks
“At Wirecutter, we encourage "Donut dates" to learn more about our colleagues.”See Wirecutter's WFH recommendations