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You may have heard about the new AngelPoints Giving. But have you seen it in action? Whether you’re looking to start an employee giving program, or want to beef up the one you already have, AngelPoints is the system that will carry you along the way. Streamline your process. Engage your employees like never before. Ensure alignment of your employee giving and other philanthropic efforts. Better track and report on your efforts to tell a more impactful story. And so much more!
5 Best Practices for Successful Employee Giving Programs
Free article shows you how to jumpstart your employee giving efforts!
Want to really kick your employee giving program into high gear? MicroEdge is here to help! Whether you already have an active program, or are considering putting one in place, there are a few things you should be doing to increase participation and maximize your impact. It’s pretty straight forward. Follow these five best practices and you’ll be on your way:
Best practices for increasing engagement in your employee giving program
How Do You Increase Participation in Your Employee Giving Program?
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Employee giving is growing at an astounding rate, and for good reason. The benefits are tangible and undeniable–both for the company and the employee alike. And the companies that excel at employee giving are those who are able to maximize participation in their programs. But how do the world’s best corporations increase participation? By following these best practices:
Most major companies have embraced the power of CSR to drive brand affinity while also effecting tangible positive social and environmental impact, but some corporations remain conspicuously absent from the CSR landscape.
National hotel chain donates 10,000 free stays and 10,000 discounted stays to patients in treatment
CHARLOTTE, N.C., Oct. 18, 2013 /3BL Media/ – Extended Stay America -- the largest company-owned and operated hotel chain in the U.S. -- and the American Cancer Society -- the largest voluntary health organization in the U.S. -- announce an unprecedented multi-year partnership through which Extended Stay America will provide 20,000 overnight stays to cancer patients who must travel far from home to receive life-saving treatment.
Release helps corporations manage more efficient, comprehensive employee giving programs while increasing employee participation
New York, NY, September 27, 2013 /3BL Media/ – MicroEdge, LLC, the leading provider of solutions to the giving community worldwide, today announced a major update to AngelPoints Giving. This new version delivers significant improvements that make it easier for corporations to manage multiple giving programs, add greater flexibility to support the different ways that employees give, and enable better tracking and reporting of a corporation’s efforts.
CECP, in association with The Conference Board, releases Giving in Numbers: 2013 Edition, a robust analysis of corporate giving patterns
September 16, 2013 /3BL Media/ - Despite the continued impact of the global recession on businesses, 59 percent of companies, many without waiting for their own profits to recover, recommitted to their communities by giving more to charity in 2012 than they did in 2007, before the recession took hold.
When disaster strikes, the demand for company involvement in relief efforts is astounding – with nearly 90 percent of global consumers looking to companies for help. Although there's a fine line between authenticity and exploitation, companies have the opportunity to make a real and lasting impact in the lives of countless individuals.
Do you know TED? More specifically, do you know TED Talks? Ted talks is a nonprofit organization devoted ‘Ideas Worth Spreading’. TED Talks bring together some of the world’s most mesmerizing thinkers and present a topic for no longer than 18 minutes. The conferences typically happen on the West Coast and are out of reach for many. That’s why they introduced TEDx.
TEDx allows communities to organize independent conferences to bring ‘ideas worth spreading’ through a TED-like experience at the local level. Montreal is no stranger to TEDx and neither is Vigilant.