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WEBINAR: Insights into Effective Natural Disaster Response - What Consumers Expect and What Companies Can Do

Join Cone Communications and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation Business Civic Leadership Center for a free webinar on 9/5

When disaster strikes, the need for relief support can be urgent and immense – and companies are uniquely equipped to answer this call for help. Join Cone Communications and the U.S.

Vigilant Global Sponsors TedX Montreal 2013


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.

Heeding the Global Call for Help: Five Tips for Effective Company Disaster Relief


Natural disasters can't be predicted, but they can be planned against, and the global consumer demand for corporate action and assistance is loud and clear: 87 percent of citizens expect companies to play a role in natural disaster response.

Global Citizens Demand Company Involvement In Natural Disaster Relief

Nearly seven-in-10 consumers believe companies are better equipped than government agencies to respond to disasters, according to new research by Cone Communications
Press Release

BOSTON, August 21, 2013 /3BL Media/ – As communities around the world continue to recover from natural disasters on epic scales, citizens look to companies – not just governments or aid organizations – to provide critical relief assistance. According to the 2013 Cone Communications Disaster Relief Trend Tracker, nearly nine-in-10 (87%) global consumers believe companies must play a role in natural disaster response – in part because the majority (69%) thinks corporations are better able to effectively respond.

LBG Canada 2013 Benchmarking Meeting

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LBG (London Benchmarking Group) Canada is a network of companies seeking to maximize the impact of community investment – for society and for the business. Together, LBG Canada companies set the highest standard in community investment management, performance measurement and reporting in Canada.

Disaster Strikes. How Does Your Company Respond?


Fire, flood, ice, tornadoes… The Insurance Bureau of Canada says the frequency, severity and cost of extreme weather in Canada is increasing and Canadian corporations are seeking to support affected communities.

American Cancer Society Honors 18 Companies with Excellence in Philanthropy Recognition

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

June 10, 2013 /3BL Media/ - The American Cancer Society is honoring 18 companies with the Excellence in Philanthropy award for their generous support of the Society’s efforts to eliminate cancer as a public health burden.

Leading Study in Corporate Societal Engagement Shows Considerable Growth Since 2007

World’s Largest Companies are Transforming Giving; Engaging Employees in Community Efforts
Press Release

NEW YORK, NY, June 4, 2013 /3BL Media/ While economic recovery is taking its time, companies have not waited to rebound with their giving programs; the majority of companies increased giving since 2007 after adjusting for inflation, despite a slow recovery of corporate profits since the economic downturn. Both cash and non-cash giving increased during this timeframe, with a higher percentage of non-cash contributions in 2012 defining the post-recession giving era.

Guest Post: Companies Work to #HelpBoston


Things aren't really back to normal yet here in Boston. My office was open today, but the streets on two sides of the building are closed.  I went to a new café for lunch because all my favorites are still shut.  My friends who live right at the site of the second bomb - whose apartment a bunch of us were in at the time of Monday's events - are still staying with friends.  The streets around my office, a block from Copley Square, are crowded by oddly quiet. 

Senior Leaders in Corporate Community Engagement Address Pressing Societal Issues

CECP Members: Register Today for this Must-Attend Event, June 3rd, 4th, and 5th
Press Release

NEW YORK, April 17, 2013 /3BL Media/ - Two hundred and fifty senior leaders in corporate societal engagement will convene to get out of their comfort zones and connect with likeminded peers to enhance their companies’ strategies to address today’s most pressing societal issues.


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