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CNJG is pleased to offer this webinar series designed by our colleague Regional Associations from four Midwest states, who have collaborated to present this series that specifically targets business professionals who want to think smarter and perform better when it comes to combining their corporate mission with philanthropic action.

CNJG is pleased to offer this webinar series designed by our colleague Regional Associations from four Midwest states, who have collaborated to present this series that specifically targets business professionals who want to think smarter and perform better when it comes to combining their corporate mission with philanthropic action.

CNJG is pleased to offer this webinar series designed by our colleague Regional Associations from four Midwest states, who have collaborated to present this series that specifically targets business professionals who want to think smarter and perform better when it comes to combining their corporate mission with philanthropic action.

Join us at the next meeting of the New Jersey Corporate Philanthropy Network, where we will hear from René Deida, Senior Program Director, Integrated Strategies at Prudential who will talk to the Network about how Prudential invests, trains, and places its employees on Boards of nonprofits.

Audience: Corporate Giving

Much has changed since For Momentum’s first survey of corporate decision makers. They have found, across the board, that stakeholders have higher expectations of companies and their cause platforms. Consumers want companies to step up. Nonprofits need company support to build awareness and raise funds. And now, more than ever before, the C-suite sees CSR as a must-have strategy. But how are the corporate partnership decision makers reacting to these increased pressures? For Momentum polled seasoned corporate partner pros to learn more about their partnership perspectives. Their feedback, summarized in this report, provides timely, data-driven insights and comparative analysis to help cause practitioners navigate complexity in the social impact marketplace and set strategy to create next level partnerships.

Audience: Corporate Giving

The 2021 CEO Blueprint for Racial Equity will guide you beyond diversity and inclusion commitments to the heart of the business opportunity ahead: addressing the intended and unintended impacts of your products, services, operations, policies, and practices on people of color and low-income communities, with key recommendations across the three domains of corporate influence: within the Company; within the community; within society.

Audience: Corporate Giving

This resource guide includes various virtual volunteer opportunities, additional resources, and best practices for corporate volunteer programs during the coronavirus pandemic. 

Audience: Corporate Giving

CECP’s Giving in Numbers™is the unrivaled leader in benchmarking on corporate social investments, in partnership with companies. It is the premier industry survey and research, providing standard-setting criteria in a go-to guide that has defined the field and advanced the movement.

Audience: Corporate Giving

CNJG member Novartis, benchmarked Employee Crisis Programs, and asked fellow corporate funders via the corporate funders listserve to answer the questions below.

Audience: Corporate Giving

BD contacted the Corporate listserve to ask questions to benchmark Community Service/Volunteer Paid Time Off Policy & Internal Company Guidelines for Volunteer Councils. They are formalizing some of their programs and wanted to see what other companies are doing. 

Audience: Corporate Giving

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