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Up-Skill Your Employee Volunteer Champions, Ambassadors and Leaders

Do you need to invest in your influential employees (the social innovators) leading in the company's employee giving and volunteering program?
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The RW Institute Regional Campus is a two-day immersive learning and development course designed to up-skill employee volunteer leaders and corporate nonprofit partners. RWI Campuses are held regionally to alleviate unnecessary transportation and accommodation costs. However, employees from any region are welcome to attend any campus.

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The RW Institute Regional Campus is a two-day immersive learning and development course designed to up-skill employee volunteer leaders and corporate nonprofit partners. RWI Campuses are held regionally to alleviate unnecessary transportation and accommodation costs. However, employees from any region are welcome to attend any campus.

The Push and Pull of Workplace Giving

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The United Way’s strength in workplace giving comes more from a push than a pull. Meaning, senior leaders are either members of United Way boards or they take official roles in fundraising or advocating for causes to which they have personal connections. This creates a strong push in corporate cultures to conform to the decision-making modelled by senior leaders. On the other hand, the employee choice enabled by technology platforms is a pull mechanism. It offers employees a broad array of choices to which they can give whenever they want. 

Encouraging Workplace Giving: 4 Best Practices for Companies

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Workplace giving is the starting point for building a generous, positive work environment. When you implement a comprehensive giving program, employees will naturally want to participate. Creating or revamping a program is only half the battle. As the excitement of a new program wears off (which it typically does), you might see a decrease in employee participation.

Finding the Right Leaders for Employee Volunteering Teams

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When it comes right down to it, the success of any company’s employee volunteering program rests on the ability to form, mobilize, and manage teams across all the regions in which the company operates. Not only is the global spread of the workforce a hurdle, the various departments and business groups can make things very complicated. Here are the three steps to success in finding and supporting leaders in your employee volunteer program. 

The 2020 Realized Worth CSR & Sustainability Conference Guide

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The go-to guide for CSR & sustainability professionals has arrived! The Realized Worth 2020 Conference Guide showcases conferences from around the world that are rich with industry expertise, fresh takes, challenging topics, and great speakers.

The guide includes a comprehensive, month-by-month listing of conferences with an interactive map so you can search by location.

Explore the guide now! 

What's the Best Technology to Engage Employees in Corporate Citizenship?

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The RW Institute’s Corporate Volunteering, Giving and Grants Technology Review provides a 360-degree view of the technology market and is based in extensive research efforts with a global reach. This is a summary of the Institute’s approach to the project and an overview of what we found in the market. To access the full report, sign up here.

How was the review developed?

The Top 2 Trends in Corporate Citizenship Right Now

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The category is corporate citizenship and the theme is innovation. What are the trends this year? In the past three months alone, Realized Worth’s leading clients have posed questions such as:

  • What can we do that will set us apart in the next five years – how do we become the brand that changes the way corporate citizenship is done?
  • How can we think bigger? How can our volunteer programs show what we can really do for the world?
  • How can we make sure that what we’re building now will matter more to employees in five years?

RW Institute Releasing First Global Corporate Volunteering, Giving and Grants Technology Review

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SEATTLE, November 4, 2019 /3BL Media/ – The RW Institute (RWI), sponsored by its core partner, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, will release and present the first-ever global Corporate Volunteering, Giving and Grants Technology Review on November 14, 2019 at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Discovery Centre.

How to Collaborate for Better Impact Through Employee Volunteering

The importance of mapping the capacity of employee volunteering in your region or city to achieve meaningful impact (case studies).
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Corporate volunteering plays an increasingly significant role as a positive vehicle for business involvement in local and international sustainable development initiatives. It spurs innovation, increases the skills and engagement of employees, establishes mutually beneficial relationships with communities, promotes economic growth, leads to more stable societies, fosters the health and prosperity of communities, and makes it easier to do business.

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