corporate giving

Starbucks Extends Values with Tuition Reimbursement Program


Coffee giant Starbucks has raised the bar once again for how companies should demonstrate their values in action.

American Cancer Society Honors 20 Companies with Excellence in Philanthropy Recognition

Annual award recognizes companies’ generous contributions to the Society’s fight against cancer
Press Release

ST. LOUIS, June 18, 2014 /3BL Media/ – The American Cancer Society is honoring 20 companies with the Excellence in Philanthropy award for their generous support of the Society’s efforts to eliminate cancer as a public health burden.

Excellence Awards Recognize Corporate Efforts to Reduce Employee Cancer Risk

American Cancer Society Corporate Impact Awards commend employer commitments to cancer control and prevention
Press Release

ST. LOUIS, June 18, 2014 /3BL Media/ – The American Cancer Society is recognizing several companies for their exceptional efforts to help promote healthy lifestyles and reduce cancer risk among their staff. The recognitions – Award of Excellence, Excellence in Cancer Control, Excellence in Employee Engagement, Excellence in Employee Giving and Excellence in Tobacco Control – are all part of the American Cancer Society Corporate Impact Award Series, presented annually by the Society’s Corporate Relationships and Strategic Alliances team.

Tips for Super-Charging Your Philanthropy

Stay on Top of Your Game with These Six Ideas for Corporate Giving

Keeping your philanthropic edge takes work.  No sooner do you get everything figured out then here comes a curve ball.  Your budget gets cut (but not the expectations for what your team will accomplish.)  Your primary competitor steals your limelight with a new giving program in one of your focus areas.  It’s all too easy to slip behind and much harder to play catch-up.   The Versaic team hears these stories all the time!

Five Tips on Setting-Up a Successful Long-Term Giving Program


We live in pretty amazing times… our world has changed much over the past twenty-five years; today its smaller and interconnected with the widespread availability and evolution of three key enablers – computers, the Internet, and mobile/wireless communications. We have brought people closer and increased their desire to do more for each other.

Benefits of Long-Term Giving Programs – Primer


Corporate/Employee Giving, as well as the overall Corporate Social Responsibility or CSR has been around for quite some time now, and has morphed over the years to where progressive corporations of all sizes, in all sectors, see these endeavors as a competitive differentiators on many fronts as they actively nurture and manage successful continuous “giving” programs for social impact.

A Little Laughter Goes a Long Way at DRW College Prep

DRW employee volunteers comedy skills for students

Comedy is something that’s always come naturally to one DRW employee. Always considered the class clown in his youth, his ‘funnyman’ reputation continues to follow him as an adult, even throughout the Chicagoland office of DRW. That’s why when he chose to volunteer at the firm’s Noble Charter School – DRW College Prep – he opted to help the school create a comedy club. A logical choice

JK Group Explores the Keys to Successful Long-Term Giving Programs in New White Paper

Company Offers Actionable Tips to Create Sustainable Giving Campaigns that Drive Employee Engagement and Customer Satisfaction
Press Release

PLAINSBORO, N.J., June 4, 2014 /3BL Media/ – JK Group, the leading end-to-end solutions provider of software and value-added services for corporate philanthropy, today announced the availability of its newest complimentary white paper, “Managing a Successful Long-Term Giving Program.” As effective social responsibility programs continue to be a major factor in driving employee engagement, JK Group’s latest white paper provides useful ad

Announcing the Inaugural Sanofi Foundation for North America Annual Review

A Testament to Commitment

This post was authored by John Spinnato, President, Sanofi Foundation for North America at Sanofi

Corporations That Care, Part 3: The Tech Sector -The Minute

Multimedia with summary

The annual survey of corporate giving by the Chronicle of Philanthropy lists several tech corporations as among the most generous of all U.S. companies. The corporations that scored high donated between .02 percent of their pre-tax profit, recorded by IBM, and 1.4 percent, recorded by AT&T. AT&T donated $95 million to arts and culture, health, the United Way, education, and community development. Verizon gave $56 million for health and education issues and programs.


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