The new year has begun and it’s the perfect time to restructure your company’s charitable giving for 2020.
Reflecting upon your 2019 giving will reveal if you’re on the right track with creating philanthropic impact, or if you need to make changes for the new year.
It’s 2020 and you’ve decided to take a proactive step towards giving. Congratulations! By supporting local charities, you truly can create impact in your community.
Setting a new goal is not always easy, but we’ve compiled our top tips to help you successfully give back in 2020.
What causes do you support? Whether you find yourself volunteering to coach your daughter’s soccer team, protesting at the latest climate change rally, or serving a hot meal to a person in need, we all have causes that are close to our hearts. There are a number of non-profits in Vancouver and Victoria, consider giving to one this holiday season.
This week we were excited to speak with RingPartner, winner of the Community Champion Award at the 2019 VIATEC awards. According to Gail Gregerson, Director of Marketing & PeopleOps, “philanthropy is baked right into [their] company culture.” We asked Gail what makes their company’s employee volunteer program so successful.
When it comes to today’s most pressing environmental and social issues, more often than not, businesses are answering the call. Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is attributed to providing benefits such as making your company more attractive to top talent, increasing employee engagement and higher rates of productivity. However, will CSR pay off for your company?
The 2019 holiday season is just around the corner and, once again, it’s time to plan your year-end giving campaign! This year try focusing on employee participation. Not sure where to start? Look no further – we’ve compiled a checklist to engage your employees in holiday giving.
On November 7, 2019, over 15 teams from the Greater Victoria community will take up their paddles and don their costumes, all to answer the question: “Who will be the first annual BattlePong champion?”
Philanthropy isn’t just for large corporations who give thousands of dollars annually. Philanthropy is for everyone. This includes you, small businesses! In celebration of Small Business Week BC, we’ve compiled our top tips to make philanthropy both accessible and fun for small businesses.
With so many different examples of corporate social good today, it can be confusing to understand what it all means. The most common terms that are used include: “corporate social responsibility,” “corporate philanthropy,” “cause marketing,” “social enterprise” and “B-Corp.” Today we’re going to break down these terms and explore where exactly your company fits in.