July 30, 2015

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Don’t Let This One Thing Sabotage Millennial Interest in Your Corporate Philanthropy

If you care about Millennial recruitment - which you should if you care about the future of your company.

Mulling Corporate Philanthropy Ideas? These Matter Most

Anyone who cares about corporate social responsibility should be excited about what the B Corps movement is doing to change the game.

Travelers Championship Highlights the Power of Charitable Giving Through Four Exceptional Young People

Four young individuals from Connecticut who have demonstrated outstanding leadership in promoting charitable causes will serve as Honorary Co-Chairs.

“Slum Soccer” Gets Football Support from Chevrolet

Chevrolet is behind the revival of the Rebecca Belilious Sports Ground in Kolkata as a soccer pitch to help these kids.

Disaster Relief: How Companies Can Get Involved In Nepal Earthquake Efforts

As companies think about the best way to lend their unique assets to relief efforts, Cone recommends a few best practices.

#GivingTuesday: The Philanthropy Revolution Will Be Hashtagged

This season you’ve seen plenty of #BlackFriday and #CyberMonday references, but be on the lookout Tuesday, Dec. 2, for the new tag in...

The Rich Earn This Much Money While Going Number 2. Here's Why We All Should Give A Crap

Give A Crap -- website provides the "guestimated crap value" of 200 of the world's most influential for World Toilet Day

Rifles for a four-year-old: when corporate donations go bad

Corporate donations have never been more popular, but some companies still struggle to align philanthropy with social responsibility

An Unconventional Billionaire Is Revolutionizing Philanthropy By Closing His Foundation

Should charity go on forever? For Chuck Feeney, the answer is an emphatic no--and fellow billionaires are learning from his example

A Gender Lens For Giving: Women In Philanthropy Urged To Invest More In Women And Girls

Women in philanthropy can – and should – commit far greater resources to advancing the cause of women and girls in the world.




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