Your employees are asking you about giving back. Everywhere you look, you see your competitors doing it. From within, you have a true desire to improve the well-being of your community. At this point you may be asking yourself – should my company be giving back? In case you need more of a nudge to get started, here we are! Read on for the telltale signs you should be giving back.
Our new series Giving Stories features first-hand accounts of individuals and businesses that give back. Whether donating time, money, items or services, those featured in Giving Stories are making a difference in the world around us and deserve to be celebrated!
Employees increasingly expect their company to support them in giving back to the causes they care about. So, how do companies design an employee giving program that meets strategic business goals and ensures employees are engaged? One strategy that we love is to design an Individual Employee Volunteer Program.
This week’s Non-Profit Highlight celebrates the 100th anniversary of Junior Achievement BC (JABC)!
We spoke with the Director of Community Engagement of JABC, Cheryl Borgmann, about how they work to ensure that the natural world will continue to be preserved for its own intrinsic value and for the benefit of all.
We are excited to feature the Northwest Wildlife Preservation Society in this week’s Non-Profit Highlight.
We spoke with the Executive Director of the Northwest Wildlife Preservation Society (NWPS), Kristine Krynitzki, about how they work to ensure that the natural world will continue to be preserved for its own intrinsic value and for the benefit of all.
While on the “Ones To Watch” stage at the #BCTECHSummit, we’ve launching our new HeartPress contest giveaway!
We are so excited to announce that we are giving away a $1,000 donation to a charity of your choice!Read More
This week’s Non-Profit Highlight features Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver (CAG). At HeartPress, we love sharing the community-focused work of non-profit organizations in BC.
We asked CAG’s Development Officer, Brett Clark, about CAG’s commitment to the enrichment Vancouver’s culture and about the Gallery’s upcoming projects.