November 11, 2019 The Corporate Social Responsibility Newswire

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CSR Event

Corporate Giving: A 21st Century Approach

Organizer: Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship

Date: 09.25.13, 08:00AM – 09.27.13, 05:00AM ET

Location:New Orleans, LA

Sponsor:Center for Corporate Citizenship at Boston College


Corporate giving has advanced from its traditional position as a locally focused, often reactionary check-writing activity. Today, many companies manage highly-visible, well-structured programs that span geographic borders and align giving with core business capabilities.

The 21st century generation of corporate giving is transforming the arena once again, repositioning it as a comprehensive portfolio of strategic, long-term, value-based programs. This program will help you as a professional with corporate giving responsibilities to evaluate the current state of your giving portfolio within a best practices perspective. Through interactive engagement with others in the course, you will begin to apply the concepts and lessons of the contemporary approach to corporate giving.

What to expect

Utilizing exercises, lectures, examples, case studies and small group interactions, this 2½ day program provides you with tactical and strategic skills to help move your corporate giving program to the next level.

Upon completion of this course you should be able to:

  • Sharpen the focus of your corporate giving to support business objectives and address material issues
  • Articulate and evaluate your current philanthropy portfolio, including financial and in-kind donations, within an integrated corporate citizenship strategy
  • Assess, evaluate and measure your company’s corporate giving initiatives
  • Communicate your corporate giving program strategically to enable effective stakeholder engagement
  • Examine your programs for potential corporate citizenship partnership opportunities

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