Check out the latest releases from around the nonprofit sector featuring items from The Atlantic Philanthropies, Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship, Florida Philanthropic Network, and Minnesota Council on Foundations.
Corporate Giving Programs
The 2016 Corporate Philanthropy Institute presented by Northern California Grantmakers (NCG) and Silicon Valley Community Foundation (SVCF), will explore how companies and corporate responsibility professionals are being courageous through their work, where this dynamic field is headed and the necessary skills for practitioners to thrive.
According to Project ROI, there is a credible causation link between well-planned and funded corporate responsibility (CR) activities and tangible business impacts like, revenue growth; increased EPS; enhanced brand reputation; and sales. Corporate responsibility folks are particularly challenged when asked to make and demonstrate the business case for their efforts. Join our colleagues from the Association of Corporate Contributions Professionals (ACCP) and I/O Sustainability on May 25 at 1:00 ET for a discussion of the findings and the ROI conversations that are taking place.
In corporate societal engagement, strategic clarity and focused results are not accidental - they are achieved through inquiry, intentionality, and investment. We often find executives aspiring for change but lacking the necessary tools and approaches to spearhead that shift. The destination is clear - transforming their portfolio from legacy giving to a results-focused, business-aligned societal engagement - but the path to get there less so.
Check out the latest releases from around the nonprofit sector featuring reports from Blackbaud, Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship, Heron Foundation, and Minnesota Council on Foundations.
Check out the latest releases from around the nonprofit sector featuring reports from America's Charities, Funders Concerned About AIDS, GuideStar, Boston College for Corporate Citizenship, Exponent Philanthropy, Philanthropy Roundtable, and Youth Transition Funders Group.
Grantmakers Welcome! This webinar is open to RA staff and members. Please share with your networks.
Whether it’s ending homelessness or increasing access to opera, providing at-risk youth with the opportunity to receive a strong education, or protecting global human rights. Each of us is driven by a purpose. What do you stand for?
Recent releases from regional associations, including new regional giving studies, a guide to corporate giving programs, and a video interview about ending racial inequality.
In this interview, Katy Moore, Director of Member Services for Washington Regional Association of Grantmakers, discusses the launch of WRAG's new website on the Forum's Drupal-Salesforce platform, the success of their Institute for Corporate Social Responsibility, and what's on the horizon for WRAG's member programming.