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What's Driving Change in Our Community Investment Programs?

4 Key Forces Driving the CSR Evolution
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  • What impact is our program having? 
  • What difference are we making in the community through our philanthropic efforts? 
  • Why does our organization give money away? 
  • How will that help our business? 

Creating Stronger Communities: A Look at Gildan's 2019 Sustainability Highlights

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Following the release of Gildan’s 2019 ESG report, the Company revisits some of the progress it has made towards its focus around Creating Stronger Communities, which serves as the final of three pillars behind its Genuine Responsibility® strategy.

[WEBINAR] Delivering Measurable Change With Community Investment

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How to link social impact and business objectives — and get results you can measure

Community investment programs are created to make a difference, but how do you know if they’re succeeding? How do you define impact that you can measure, and how do you track program results against your social and business objectives?

A Letter From Sappi North America's CEO and President Mike Haws

Subhead: Haws discusses continued growth and innovation at Sappi
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As we look ahead to the next five years of growth and innovation, we couldn’t be more optimistic about our prospects here at Sappi North America (SNA).

Always Be Prepared: How to Plan Your Disaster Relief Strategy

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When disaster strikes, people feel compelled to respond immediately. When the COVID-19 crisis hit, we saw Benevity's community give more than $640 million in donations and grants in under eight weeks.

If you have a plan in place for how you’ll respond to the next disaster, before it happens, you’ll be able to act within hours — when it matters most.

Whoa Nellie Farm - Making Regenerative Agriculture Work for All

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by Woody Tasch, founder, Slow Money 

Just as I was about to head from the kitchen to the office to write an article about Slow Money for this issue of the GreenMoney Journal, a story appeared on CNN about Whoa Nellie Farm in Acme, Pennsylvania. I had no choice but to start here.

VolunteerMatch and Idealist Join Forces to Promote Access to Volunteering in More Communities

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OAKLAND, Calif., June 8, 2020 /3BL Media/ - VolunteerMatch, the web’s largest volunteer engagement network, and Idealist, the number one resource for helping people connect to jobs and internships with nonprofit organizations, today announce a partnership enabling Idealist to make tens of thousands of volunteering opportunities from the VolunteerMatch database available to members of its own community through its website and mobile apps.

5 Ways to Foster Belonging as You Reopen

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As you begin the challenging process of opening up your offices, stores and facilities, or bringing your people back from furlough, it will be critical to foster belonging, inclusion and cultural safety. There’s a strong correlation between a sense of belonging at work, and commitment and motivation.

Your employees may be feeling some stress and anxiety, so their wellbeing is likely your top priority as you work to ensure both your people and your business thrive.

How Making Strategic Shifts to Granting Plans Can Maximize Impact During COVID-19

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Responding to disasters is nothing new for those of us in the corporate grantmaking space. We react and respond in trying times to hurricanes, wildfires and other natural disasters. But those disasters, while devastating, are usually confined to a specific geographic area or region. Today’s disaster, COVID-19, has no such boundaries and we’re all having to rethink how we work, what we should do and where we should focus our efforts.

How STEP and Booz Allen San Diego Are Using Data to Empower Military Families

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As a former U.S. Navy submariner and the son of a career Air Force father, Tony Teravainen knows first-hand the challenges facing young military families, especially those living in San Diego, one of the most expensive regions of the country. 

As president and co-founder of Support the Enlisted Project (STEP), he works with 11 employees and 60 dedicated volunteers—many of whom are former military, active duty or military spouses—to help enlisted military and veteran families build financial health and self-sufficiency through counseling, education, and grants.

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