corporate giving

Nonprofit Community Council Advocates for More Donor Education in the Charitable Giving Landscape

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CALGARY, AB, September 23, 2016 /3BL Media/ – Benevity, Inc., the global leader in online workplace giving, matching, volunteering and grant management solutions, recently hosted the

Join Webcast with Benevity & ACCP: 6 Keys to Unlocking Engagement in Workplace Giving Programs

Discussion on how to make participation rates soar
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Corporate responsibility professionals who are looking to learn how to grow engagement in workplace giving and volunteering programs — and create strong business and social impact — are invited to join Benevity and Association of Corporate Contributions Professionals (ACCP) in a

America’s Charities Launches New Simple Employee Giving Solution

America’s Charities’ Partnership with StratusLIVE Makes Straightforward Workplace Giving Possible
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WASHINGTON, D.C., August 31, 2016 /3BL Media/ – America’s Charities, which inspires employees and organizations to support causes they care about, today announced the launch of its new employee giving solution, designed for employers interested in a simple, out-of-the-box solution for providing employees an exceptional giving experience.

Benevity Innovates in Corporate Giving and Volunteering with New Technology

“Spark” software program ensures simple, secure and easy giving so grassroots philanthropy can be part of everyday life. Miranda Ingram reports...
Some notable statistics prompted Bryan de Lottinville, a former finance lawyer, to create Benevity, an industry leader in facilitating corporate giving and volunteering, in less than ten years. 

Corporate Giving: Tips for Assessing Impact


Dear Andy: My organization is spending money on grants, donations, and sponsorships. The problem is we don’t have any idea whether we’re having the impact we’d hoped for. Further, my team is constantly being asked by executives for reports that slice & dice data we don’t even collect. How can we assess the full impact of our Corporate Giving? ----- Lost with Zero Visibility

Serving up Goodness in the Workplace – The World’s Most Powerful (and Cost Effective) Employee Benefit


Many believe that the relentless pursuit to offer the next compelling employee benefit that will attract and retain the talent companies need is a “race to the bottom.” But there’s a gem sitting right in front of us that is shinier than any trendy perk. Hint: it’s not free yoga classes, the drink fridge or bring-your-dog-to-work Fridays. It’s the idea of delivering up Goodness as part of the employee experience, which is even more powerful in a global context, as businesses continue to be challenged to create a unified corporate culture that transcends borders and leverages diversity.

The Role of Technology in Corporate Giving

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Technology is empowering corporations to maximize the impact of their corporate giving and CSR efforts in the community. These days, your reputation in the community is very much tied to your bottom line, so there couldn’t be a better time to ask yourself: am I utilizing technology to its fullest in my CSR efforts? Watch the short video and hear how technology lets one company focus more time on strategy and measuring their “return on investment in social and business objectives.”

Leading Corporations Gained Competitive Advantage through Societal Engagement Programs

Largest societal engagement survey of 272 companies demonstrates recognition of connection between corporate social responsibility and building a strong business
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New York, NY June 2, 2016 /3BL Media/ - In the most complete annual analysis of corporate societal engagement, CECP, in association with The Conference Board, found in their annual Giving in Numbers survey that companies actively changed the structure of their business to capitalize on the clear-cut competitive advantage of societal investment.

Follow the Money: Creating a Successful Corporate Giving Program

by Jeroen van Rotterdam

Charity benefits both humanity and business. Not only do employees feel good about being socially aware and supporting communities in need, but working towards a common charitable goal also forges a bond with colleagues as they help tackle issues together that are larger than themselves.


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