Amid the Biggest Giving Months of the Year, Companies Adopt New Strategies to Engage People this ‘Giving Season’
CALGARY, Canada, September 12, 2018 /3BL Media/ – Benevity, Inc., the global leader in corporate social responsibility (CSR) and employee engagement software, today announced three emerging trends likely to impact charitable giving during the biggest giving months of the year: September through December, when 50% of all donations are typically made to charities and nonprofits.
Report reflects on progress and outlines approach, goals for the future
KOHLER, Wis., September 12, 2018 /3BL Media/ – Kohler Co., a global leader in the design and manufacture of kitchen and bath products, has released its second public sustainability and stewardship report. The report examines Kohler’s efforts to positively impact the environment and global communities.
As Florence barrels towards the East Coast, disaster relief continues to be a top-of-mind area of philanthropy. With more hurricanes likely behind this one, the conversation around disaster relief and how we can better prepare communities for the catastrophic impact of disaster is a key area of focus across all members of the social and private sectors.
From his restaurants in Washington, D.C. to Los Angeles to South Beach, you might know José Andrés, Chef/Owner, ThinkFoodGroup and minibar by José Andrés, and Founder, World Central Kitchen, for many reasons.
Right around this time last year, millions of people in Texas and Louisiana were recovering from the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, the first major hurricane to make landfall in the United States since 2005. Shortly after Harvey, Hurricane Irma, the most intense hurricane to strike the continental U.S. since Hurricane Katrina, made landfall in Florida. And just when we thought it was all over, Hurricane Maria, now considered the worst natural disaster on record to affect Dominica and Puerto Rico, hit in mid-September.
Looking Back on a Hurricane Season of Epic Proportions
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An extraordinary series of hurricanes last year prompted an extraordinary response by Mohawk employees. In August and September 2017, hurricanes Irma and Harvey made landfall, devastating the lives of millions. Included in those millions was Alexis Herbert, a Dal-Tile employee. As the Dal-Tile team answered the call and headed to Florida during Irma to help one of their own with financial assistance and post-hurricane support, the Mohawk fleet made its way to Houston to help deliver more than 100,000 bottles of water in the wake of Harvey.
If you ever find yourself in Kathmandu, try the MOMO. Seriously, that stuff is delicious.
Earlier this year, I did find myself in Kathmandu. And while I ate my weight in momo, that wasn’t why I was there.
Along with several other members on the Tyson Foods Corporate Communications team, I traveled to Nepal to meet Moushumi Shrestha – agricultural entrepreneur and, together with Tyson Foods, co-sponsor of a brand new ONEEGG project in Nepal.
Like so many school districts around the country, it’s back-to-school time here in Santa Rosa, Calif. I look forward to this week every year, the excited buzz of students filling the halls and classrooms and the celebration of a new school year. But this year is a little different. With more than 800 families in our district displaced as a result of last October’s wildfires, we just won’t know until those school doors open how many students will be back this year. Many families spent the summer evaluating if they will stay in Santa Rosa and rebuild, or move.
This week marks one year since Hurricane Harvey hit US soil, causing $125 billion in damage and contributing to the costliest year for climate-related disasters in US history, totalling more than $300 billion.
When news of natural disasters like hurricanes, wildfires, floods and droughts pop up in people’s news feeds, they feel compelled to give immediately. You may find yourself scrambling to respond to hundreds of “what are we doing about this?” questions from employees and leadership—unless you have a plan.