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.
The Council of New Jersey Grantmakers is proud to launch a new affinity group – the NJ Corporate Philanthropy Network (NJCPN). This first meeting will feature a fabulous speaker on a highly relevant topic – benchmarking.
Maximizing Corporate Community Investments (MCCI) is a comprehensive and cutting-edge 9-part module curriculum over three days on corporate giving designed for small to medium-sized corporate giving programs.
Join your corporate colleagues responsible for community relations, employee volunteering and grantmaking from throughout South Jersey for networking, a facilitated conversation, and help us design future meetings.
A new pilot study from The Conference Board and the Impact Genome Project® (IGP) introduces standardized social outcomes to help measure and compare the performance of societal investments.
Twice a year, the YourCause team publishes an Industry Review focused on evaluating employee engagement and corporate social responsibility programs. This issue focuses on performance data collected and consolidated from the YourCause Employee Engagement platform, CSRconnect, between January and December of 2018.
First published in 2011, this updated guide from BSR is a response to developments over the last seven years, all of which necessitate a far clearer focus on stakeholder trust by corporations. This report aims to provide a comprehensive toolkit that incorporates the latest thinking while maintaining the clarity and practicality of their five-step approach.
This handy reference tool contains the definitions for over 250 cause marketing industry terms used by savvy businesses and nonprofit organizations.
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?
It’s well established that employee engagement, defined as a willingness to do more than the job minimally requires, drives corporate performance. This report examines one potential driver of employee engagement - corporate volunteering, defined as employer-organized opportunities for employees to support a charitable cause or otherwise make a positive social impact with their contribution of time.