July 07, 2015

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“Help, I Can’t Get Up!” Corporate Philanthropy for the Desk-Bound

A question I’m asked all the time is: “How can I involve my on-site employees in the volunteer experience?”...

Celebrate Service This National Volunteer Week

I’m a lucky guy. Because of my work in helping to shape and support corporate volunteer programs, every day I get to see....

Bridging the Generation Gap in Corporate Volunteerism

Do Millennials, Generation X-ers and Boomers approach corporate volunteerism in different ways? Considering the generational differences....

Need Fundraising Ideas? Talk to a Millennial

Millennials often get a bad rap for being entitled and apathetic.....

Philanthropy Ideas for MLK Day

As MLK Day approaches on Monday, January 19th, individuals and companies across the country are thinking about how they can honor Dr. King...

What Motivates Employees?

What motivates employees? It’s a question that keeps HR folks up at night. In the 2014 Deloitte Global Human Capital Trends research, 78%...

2014 Wrap-Up: Thoughts on Saving the World

2014 is now a memory, so it’s time to reflect on what we’ve learned and solidify our new year’s resolutions for 2015...

Report Analyzes Corporate Philanthropy on a Global Scale

As the world grows more connected, global volunteering and giving is increasing as a priority for businesses....

How Corporate Philanthropy Improves a Troubled Reputation

A new study by CR magazine highlights the bottom line burdens of a company’s bad reputation.....

‘Tis the Season for Workplace Giving

The holidays are here (just about), and that means that seasonal giving campaigns are cranking into high gear.....




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