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The Care Van Program: A Small Program with a Huge Impact on Healthcare

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In every sense of the word, medical care is a hotly debated topic within the United States. In the midst of this growing socioeconomic disparity, charities like The Caring for Children Foundation of Texas are committed to improving children’s lives with their innovated Care Van Program.

Talent Acquisition in the 21st Century and the Role of CSR

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By James D. Burbank

It would take far too much time and text to even try to tackle the complex subject of talent acquisition through the ages.

It is, however, safe to say that there have always been certain industries where aggressive and structured talent acquisition has been a must. There have always been jobs only a limited number of people could do and many employers wanted to get them on board.

Scotiabank Young People in the Community Index

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To help us understand some of the key challenges facing young people across our geographies, Scotiabank has developed the Young People in the Community (YPC) Index jointly with the strategy consultancy GlobeScan and an international Advisory Council of leading external experts on youth issues. The YPC Index is composed of 19 indicators that are drawn from publically available data on health & well-being, and education.

Learn more here

June 15th Webinar: Workplace Giving Donor Attitudes, Perceptions, Motivators, and Influencers

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Between January and April 2017, more than 1,500 employee donors across the country participated in America's Charities' Snapshot 2017 workplace giving survey, sharing what they value, how they make decisions about charitable giving and volunteering, and how their giving impacts their relationships with their employers.

Six Key Findings:

Providing a Home-Away-From-Home for Families of Loved Ones Treated at the NIH Clinical Center

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Paul and Julie Gattini came to the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Clinical Center, the nation's premier clinical research hospital in Bethesda, MD, when Paul needed his second kidney removed. While Paul would remain at the hospital for several days, he worried about Julie. “His biggest concern was not for himself, but for me,” Julie recalled. “Where would I stay?”

Early #Snapshot2017 Findings Unveiled at +IMPACT Conference

A first-ever look at trends in employee giving from the donor perspective
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This past week at Causecast’s +IMPACT Conference in D.C., America’s Charities had the privilege of presenting a first look at early, high-level findings from our new Snapshot 2017 report, which will be released this fall.

TMCF and Wells Fargo Work Hand-in-Hand to Affect Tangible, Lasting Change on Education

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Few non-profit organizations enjoy strategic and comprehensive partnerships that support its programs, improve the organization itself, and work hand-in-hand to affect tangible, lasting change in the lives of the people they serve.  For the Thurgood Marshall College Fund (TMCF), we have this type of relationship with Wells Fargo Bank.

Goodwill® Celebrates 115 Years of Mission Impact through Social Enterprise

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Over the years, social enterprise has evolved from start-up to fully operational organizations striving to create impact at scale. They blend together innovative ideas with social value propositions to drive change and improve lives.

What Giving Methods and Opportunities Actually Interest Employees?

Preliminary findings from America's Charities' Snapshot 2017 to be revealed exclusively at the Causecast +IMPACT Conference this May
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We know from previous research that employees view their employers as facilitators and multipliers for their own philanthropic efforts. But what exactly does that mean? What types of giving methods and opportunities are employees specifically interested in, and what inspires them to actually participate?

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