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 designed to help you think smarter and perform better when it comes to combining corporate mission with philanthropic action. By participating, you'll hear data supporting the need for corporate philanthropy and development strategies to help giving programs succeed.
Companies are finding success by supporting community wellness and a culture of health in their workplace.
Join us for a tactical conversation on how to make your community a better place to live through investments in programs and partnerships that promote healthy lifestyles. During this webinar, you’ll learn how to leverage your company’s giving, wellness, and human resource assets to improve employee and community health.
Corteva Agriscience™ (formally Dow AgroSciences) will discuss the success of its community garden as it relates to the company’s philanthropic, wellness, and business goals. Anthem will share data on how health contributes to a company’s bottom line and how they work with myriad of stakeholders to achieve employee and community wellness goals.
Cost: $50 for each webinar for CNJG Member and non-members.
You will need to sign up for a free account at the Council of Michigan Foundation’s website (much like you did for CNJG’s website) to register for any one of these webinars. Once logged in, you can then register for this webinar or any others in the series. If you have questions, please call Craig Weinrich, CNJG’s Director of Member Services at 609-341-2022 x4215.
All Events in this Series
January 18 - CSR as a Tool to Support Workforce Development (hosted by Philanthropy Ohio)
April 19 - Healthy Businesses Fuel Healthy Communities (hosted by Indiana Philanthropy Alliance)
July 26 - How Equity, Economic Security, and Liveable Wage Investments Impact Your Company’s Bottom Line (hosted by Forefront)
November 8 - Creating an Effective Communications Strategy (hosted by Council of Michigan Foundations)
Presented by Indiana Philanthropy Alliance, Council of Michigan Foundations, Philanthropy Ohio, and Forefront.