The need for corporate giving is off the charts. So do you just give more dollars?
We see your dilemma every single day. More events, more urgency and more distress. But just giving more dollars isn’t necessarily better. Doing it quickly, and with focus on making your dollar go further is what creates impact for you.
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Mohawk Group associates recently braved the bitter Canadian cold to participate in the 4th Annual Cam’s Cup Pond Hockey Tournament in Uxbridge, Ontario. Partnering with Toronto-based Priority Contracting, Mohawk Group emerged undefeated from the 20 teams represented to win the entire tournament once again. Representing Mohawk Group were account executives Derek Young and Stephen Robinson, supported by account executive George Scott and RVP sales Richard Mercey. The tournament collectively raised approximately CA$40,000 for Cam’s
Xylem Watermark’s mission—to provide and protect safe water resources for communities in need around the world, and to educate people about water issues—comes alive through the commitment of passionate Xylem employees such as Paul Raybould. On February 7th, Paul showed his dedication to solving water by traveling to Africa to climb Mount Kilimanjaro and interact with community members in the local area who lack access to clean water.
Those of us who work for or support the nonprofit sector have always known how important it is to the nation’s health, environment, safety net, creativity and quality of life. From churches to cultural centers to food banks, schools and humanitarian organizations, the nonprofit sector feeds the nation’s soul, its heart and its body. But, it’s also critically important to the nation’s economy and job market.
Key insights on a for-purpose economy from Benevity’s annual client conference
Imagine over 400 of the most inspiring people from some of the world’s most iconic companies, in one room, talking about the power of purpose. That was Goodness Matters 2019. Our world is changing, and businesses are uniquely positioned to become not just a force for good, but the force for good.
Decked out in glow sticks and pom-poms, Team Viacom gave it their all and biked their way to fundraise thousands of dollars for Cycle for Survival’s Media and Tech Ride to help fund cancer research for the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. At Equinox in Los Angeles and New York, hundreds of innovators from brands such as Google and Facebook gathered together to rally behind one goal— to beat rare cancers. With employees from Viacom’s Los Angeles and New York offices, each team had two bikes to ride as they swapped members to tackle the four hour long session.
We frequently think about giving back, yet we’re only giving about half as much as we intend to. So, what’s the secret to engaging more people in your corporate Goodness program? Making it personal and intentional!
Dallas event benefits Plano-based for-cause organization, My Possibilities
PLANO, Texas, March 19, 2019 /3BL Media/– My Possibilities (MP) a North Texas for-cause organization invites you to attend A Special Evening with Five for Fighting, Sunday, April 7 at the Winspear Opera House.