Engagement CSR News

World Centric Community Center: Conversation, Community, and Calling by Cecile Andrews, Tuesday, December 21

Free and Open to the Public! Sponsored by Transition Palo Alto and World Centric
Summary: 
Tuesday, December 21st, 7-9pm
 
World Centric Community Space Wheelchair Accessible
2121 Staunton Court, Palo Alto, CA 94306
 
Admission is free and open to the public.
Sponsored by Transition Palo Alto and World Centric
Contact cecile@cecileandrews.com for more information. 
Press Release
Tuesday, December 21st, 7-9pm
 
World Centric Community Space Wheelchair Accessible
2121 Staunton Court, Palo Alto, CA 94306
 
Admission is free and open to the public.
Sponsored by Transition Palo Alto and World Centric
Contact cecile@cecileandrews.com for more information. 

Aviva Community Fund Finalists Capture Canada’s Hearts and Votes

Top 30 Ideas Move On to the Final Competition Phase
Summary: 

After over two million votes, thirty ideas have risen to the top of Canada’s wish list and been chosen as the finalists for this year’s Aviva Community Fund competition. The Fund – created by home and auto insurer Aviva Canada – provides $1,000,000 in donations to lead, empower and support community initiatives across the country. 

Press Release

After over two million votes, thirty ideas have risen to the top of Canada’s wish list and been chosen as the finalists for this year’s Aviva Community Fund competition. The Fund – created by home and auto insurer Aviva Canada – provides $1,000,000 in donations to lead, empower and support community initiatives across the country. 

Musings Upon Re-Entry (from this year's BoardSource Leadership Forum in San Francisco)

by Linda Crompton, President and CEO of BoardSource
Blog
  by Linda Crompton of BoardSource
 
A month later, and my head is still swimming from this year’s BoardSource Leadership Forum (BLF) in San Francisco. It was an exhilarating experience…if you were there, I hope you agree; if not…here are some of my thoughts as I’ve returned to “real life” at my desk in Washington.
 

New Study: Consumers Demand Companies Should Engage in Cause-Marketing & Corporate Social Responsibility Initiatives

Consumers Willing to Pay More & Travel Out of Way for Cause-Marketing Products; 83% will leave their company if it employs child sweatshop labor
Press Release

(3BLMedia/theCSRfeed) CHICAGO, IL - Dec. 15, 2010 - Two new public opinion surveys released today by Do Well Do Good, LLC indicate that consumers demand that companies should engage in cause-marketing and corporate social responsibility programs. Over 88% of consumers think companies should try to achieve their business goals while improving society and then environment and 83% of consumers think companies should support charities and nonprofits with financial donations.

World Centric Community Center: Conversation, Community, and Calling by Cecile Andrews, Tuesday, December 14

Free and Open to the Public! Sponsored by Transition Palo Alto and World Centric
Summary: 
Tuesday, December 14th, 7-9pm
 
World Centric Community Space Wheelchair Accessible
2121 Staunton Court, Palo Alto, CA 94306
 
Admission is free and open to the public.

Contact cecile@cecileandrews.com for more information. 

Press Release
Tuesday, December 14th, 7-9pm
 
World Centric Community Space Wheelchair Accessible
2121 Staunton Court, Palo Alto, CA 94306
 
Admission is free and open to the public.

Contact cecile@cecileandrews.com for more information. 

The Logistics Lifeline

Summary: 

After a year fraught with humanitarian disasters, best practices for urgent humanitarian relief are emerging, providing hope and furthering the business community’s ability to respond effectively to future events.

The Logistics Lifeline

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After a year fraught with humanitarian disasters, best practices for urgent humanitarian relief are emerging, providing hope and furthering the business community’s ability to respond effectively to future events.

The Logistics Lifeline

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The Engaged Volunteer: Appeal to self-interest?

Summary: 

Join us for a provocative session where we will explore how volunteers' "self-interest" is the solution to finding, keeping and managing volunteers.

Facilitators:  Chris Jarvis & Angela Parker

Date:
February 16, 2011
1 - 4 PM

Location:
Stevenson & Hunt Room
London Central Library 
251 Dundas St., London, ON

Level: 
Intermediate-Advanced

Target Audience: 
Volunteer Managers or Coordinators, Executive Directors, Board Members and/or anyone who wants to learn how to engage their volunteers to a greater level.

Investment: 
$50 for Pillar members
$65 for non-members

To register:
Send an email to Susannah at education@pillarnonprofit.ca 
Then mail your payment to: Pillar Nonprofit Network 251 Dundas St., London, ON N6A 6H9

Please read Pillar's Professional Development Policy for cancellations or refunds.

Press Release

Join us for a provocative session where we will explore how volunteers' "self-interest" is the solution to finding, keeping and managing volunteers.

Facilitators:  Chris Jarvis & Angela Parker

Date:
February 16, 2011
1 - 4 PM

Location:
Stevenson & Hunt Room
London Central Library 
251 Dundas St., London, ON

Level: 
Intermediate-Advanced

Target Audience: 
Volunteer Managers or Coordinators, Executive Directors, Board Members and/or anyone who wants to learn how to engage their volunteers to a greater level.

Investment: 
$50 for Pillar members
$65 for non-members

To register:
Send an email to Susannah at education@pillarnonprofit.ca 
Then mail your payment to: Pillar Nonprofit Network 251 Dundas St., London, ON N6A 6H9

Please read Pillar's Professional Development Policy for cancellations or refunds.

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