This week, arts and culture in B.C. will be high on our social agenda. It’s the 14th annual B.C. Arts and Culture Week and it’s all about celebrating the social, economic and cultural importance of the arts.
Employee volunteer programs can increase employee engagement and put your organization on the map as a business that cares. To celebrate National Volunteer Week 2018, we’re looking at what drives volunteers, and how you can develop a volunteerism program for your employees.
If you’re a non-profit in BC, we know you could use more time and more resources. We get it, and we’re here to help! At HeartPress PR, we act as matchmakers for businesses and the non-profit sector.
Call us the #BrokersOfGood. Our MatchMaking Platform (currently in beta form) is a space to showcase your organization to potential businesses who are ready to give back to a cause that aligns with their values and marketing goals.
March 8th, International Women’s Day, is a wonderful time to celebrate the passionate efforts made by BC organizations to support women in their communities and across the globe. But these non-profits don’t limit supporting the female species to one day a year. From providing career training to offering a safe haven from abuse, organizations across the province are striving to make sure BC women have access to the aid and support they need every day of their lives.
For the past decade or so, employment discussions have been dominated by millennials – the best ways to attract them and keep them, but a new demographic has recently entered the playing field: Gen Z. Many businesses are wondering whether their employment approach for the previous generation will suit the new one, or if a whole new game is afoot.
We no longer need to ask ourselves if corporate community investing is a trend. Instead, companies need to be looking at the trends within community investing to make sure your business is on point.
Did your company make it onto Santa’s ‘Corporate’ Nice list this year? Another year has passed and you may be feeling as if you missed out on your giving opportunities. No worries, your company still has some time to make up for some good.
The Junior Superheroes Project – turning already super children into comic book superheroes. “We get to work with some amazingly strong, confident, determined optimistic children every single day. The beauty of the calendar project is that we’ve been able to let their inner super hero shine. Who doesn’t want to be a superhero?” Craig Smith, Executive Director at Help Fill A Dream.
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.
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.