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Building a Corporate Social Responsibility Model into Your Communications Strategy

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From small non-profits to multi-national companies, increased stakeholder engagement and transparency have made Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) an increasingly valuable strategy for organizations, yet only 15 percent have a fully-developed CSR or sustainability plan, while 26 percent have no official plan at all*. Whether you are thinking about starting a CSR program for your organization, or want to know what you need to do to take your existing program to the next level, this panel will offer insights from experts on the frontlines of this growing specialty.

Proposed Changes in the Federal Government’s Employee Charitable Giving Program Are Hopelessly Flawed, Will Result in Massive Loss of Funds to Charities

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June 4, 2013 /3BL Media/ - Thanks to the generosity of Federal employees, who donate through the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC), nearly $7 billion of unrestricted funds have been raised and additional tens of billions of dollars leveraged for charities all across the country. The CFC is among the most efficient and effective ways for government and military personnel to donate to charities that they choose to support.

Meet the #GivingUnderTheInfluence Symposium Panelists: George Weiner, WholeWhale.com

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On April 24th, America's Charities is hosting #GivingUnderTheInfluence, a symposium focused on key trends, solutions, and strategies shaping the future of employee engagement and workplace giving. In this series of posts, we’ll introduce you to the panelists who will lead the #GivingUnderTheInfluence Symposium discussion.

Meet the #GivingUnderTheInfluence Symposium Panelists: Marc Johnson, APCO Worldwide

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On April 24th, America's Charities is hosting #GivingUnderTheInfluence, a symposium focused on key trends, solutions, and strategies shaping the future of employee engagement and workplace giving. In this series of posts, we’ll introduce you to the panelists who will lead the #GivingUnderTheInfluence Symposium discussion.

Meet the #GivingUnderTheInfluence Symposium Panelists: Heather Lofkin Wright, PricewaterhouseCoopers

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On April 24th, America's Charities is hosting #GivingUnderTheInfluence, a symposium focused on key trends, solutions, and strategies shaping the future of employee engagement and workplace giving. In this series of posts, we’ll introduce you to the panelists who will lead the #GivingUnderTheInfluence Symposium discussion.

Meet Panelist: Heather Lofkin Wright

Meet the #GivingUnderTheInfluence Symposium Panelists: Tom Watson, President & Founder of CauseWired

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Register Now: www.charities.org/guti13

On April 24th, America's Charities is hosting #GivingUnderTheInfluence, a symposium focused on key trends, solutions, and strategies shaping the future of employee engagement and workplace giving. In this series of posts, we’ll introduce you to the panelists who will lead the #GivingUnderTheInfluence Symposium discussion.

Register for the April 24th #GivingUnderTheInfluence Symposium in D.C.

How Digital Culture is Driving the Next Generation of Employee Engagement
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  • What inspires employees to give and engage with charitable causes?
  • How can companies balance engaging, high-impact activities with low-cost solutions? 
  • How can the employee giving environment inside the walls of the workplace mirror the digital experience outside the walls of the workplace?

Going From ‘Just Okay’ to Exceptional

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Last week, Bryan de Lottinville, President and Chief Executive Officer of Benevity, wrote a blog post based on America's Charities latest research, Snapshot.  Naturally, we were flattered that he wrote about our research, but that's not why we're sharing this.  Below is a small excerpt from his blog.

And The Survey Says...

America’s Charities latest research report “Snapshot” – hums a tune we sing loudly
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In terms of understanding the charitable landscape, we’re lucky. We get to talk to all kinds and sizes of companies and charities about how they perceive the success or weakness of existing workplace giving or community investment programs and strategies.  So we have a well informed, but predominantly anecdotal perspective on what’s going on and what’s needed around corporate giving.

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