Here’s a little lesson in the history of corporate giving to help recognize #NationalPhilanthropyDay this month. There’s a recent trend with companies to adopt some model of corporate giving into their business strategy, but the concept isn’t new.
With the holiday season creeping up on us, there’s always the intention to get your Holiday Corporate Giving plan ready. And as the busy season progresses, it’s easy to push that aside. Research has shown that more than one third (34%) of charitable giving takes place between October and December, with nearly 20% of all donations being made in December.
As a business you may have a lot of questions about making charity partnerships. Don’t worry – that’s normal and to be expected, but don’t let those questions stop you from creating a meaningful charity partnership.
With the holiday just around the season (Creeping up just after Halloween), it’s known to be a time to spread cheer. To kick start the time that’s known as the most wonderful time of the year, we’re sharing events that you and your company can support.
It’s been asked before, “What is the return on corporate giving?” In today’s more socially conscious world, many businesses seem to enact change in their communities and around the world without any ulterior motive. But the truth is, corporate giving can improve your company’s financial standing at the same time it betters the lives of the people around you.
Are you a small business that thinks you need to be a large corporation in order to have an effective corporate giving portfolio? As a small business, there are many advantages for being a smaller company when it comes to corporate giving. In support of Small Business Week, during October 15-21, we wanted to weight-in on the benefits of giving back for small businesses.
TP the Town Victoria is a one-day toilet paper drive, with the purpose to eliminate the struggle and choice between “Food Vs. Toilet Paper”. As a 20th century convenience product, over 69% of people take toilet paper for granted. For it’s third year, TP the Town Victoria is set to collect over 75,000 rolls of toilet paper for those in need.
We’re happy to announce that we piloted a new program this past summer — our Non-Profit Student Program. We were fortunate to have a Royal Roads communications student intern working with us on the project.