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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

A CNJG member queried our listserves on policies regarding: 1) number of vacation days for new full-time employees; 2) paid time off (PTO); and 3) working remotely. CNJG compiled the answers from responding members.

Audience: All Funders

A CNJG member queried our listserves for sample questions (not included in the grant application) you might ask grantees or potential grantees during site visits. CNJG compiled these responses, and other documents members use.

Audience: All Funders
Topic: Grantmaking

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

This comprehensive document lists all of the benefits available to members of the Council of New Jersey Grantmakers.

Audience: All Funders

CNJG's President's Reports

Audience: All Funders

A corporate member asked for what other corporations do regarding employee’s goal and objectives. Do they include volunteerism or volunteer activities as part of an employee’s review, or their annual goals?

Audience: Corporate Giving

Please show your support of CNJG by displaying the following "Proud Member" graphic on your website, in social media posts, on publications, and in other communication efforts as appropriate.

Audience: All Funders

A CNJG corporate member asked for help with the scenario in which a corporate policy of not supporting religious organizations in their grantmaking, causes problems helping during a disaster in an urban or rural area, when the program that is delivering the disaster relief is based within a church. They want to work with those programs (a church serves as the program’s fiscal sponsor) who support efforts for hunger, homelessness, substance abuse recovery, racial equity, etc. as long as they do not discriminate and do no limit it to their own congregations. The request for policy samples to work around this religious organization hurdle as long as there is no discrimination or funding the actual church’s worship, was compelled by CNJG staff and is listed here.

Audience: Corporate Giving

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