Recap of 2016 Summit on Employee Engagement in Corporate Citizenship
The 15th Annual Best Practices Summit on Employee Engagement in Corporate Citizenship has concluded — and what an amazing event it was! On behalf of everyone behind the scenes of the Charities@Work Alliance at America’s Charities, Community Health Charities, EarthShare and Global Impact, we thank you.
Here is where you can find the content that resulted from the Summit:
To read the presentations from the experts and industry leaders who spoke at the Summit our click here.
To view the list of attendees, click here.
View photos from the Summit by clicking on the links below:
2016 Corporate Impact Awards: https://www.flickr.com/photos/americas-charities/albums/72157664634949433
Day 2, March 29, 2016: https://www.flickr.com/photos/americas-charities/albums/72157666926031705
Day 3, March 30, 2016: https://www.flickr.com/photos/americas-charities/albums/72157664621584154
Throughout the Summit, participants engaged in a robust dialogue via Twitter, sharing photos, opinions, and even a drawing or two! To view the Twitter conversation on days 2 and 3, check out our Storify here.
Keep the conversation going! Just use the hashtag #CWSummit16 to continue the dialogue around employee engagement and workplace giving trends and best practices.
2016 Corporate Impact Awards
On March 30, 2016, Charities@Work announced Ashland Inc., Dell and Peter Dudley, Senior Vice President, Community Support Programs of Wells Fargo, winners of the 2016 Corporate Impact Awards for giving back to society in extraordinary ways. The awards were presented by the four partners that comprise Charities@Work—America’s Charities, Community Health Charities, EarthShare and Global Impact—during the 15th Annual Charities@Work Best Practices Summit on Employee Engagement luncheon held at the New York Marriott Marquis. Read our press release here. View the photos of the Awards ceremony here. Learn more about the awards here.
Charities@Work Twitter Chat: #DriveChange
Let’s face it: to live in a better world, we have to act better. While a vision is often the starting point, it’s rarely enough to change behaviors or encourage good deeds. And what if you’re the only one who believes in doing well by doing good?
On Thursday, March 17, 2016, from 3:00 – 3:45 pm ET, we hosted a Twitter chat to discuss how to #DriveChange in companies through employee engagement, volunteerism and corporate social responsibility. Milinda Martin, Vice President of Community Investment at Time Warner Cable, and Peter Dudley, SVP of Community Support Programs at Wells Fargo—two iconic organizations in the CSR space—joined moderator Aman Singh, VP of Business + Social Purpose at Edelman. Participating Twitter handles included @CharitiesAtWork, @MilindaMartin, @TWC, @dudleypj, @Wells Fargo, @amansinghcsr and @EdelmanPurpose.
To view a recap of the conversation on Storify, click here.
Charities@Work Webinar: Pro Bono Volunteerism
On Tuesday, April 12, at 1:00 PM ET, we hosted a webinar featuring Dr. Linda Gornitsky of LBG Associates on Pro Bono Volunteerism: Challenges and Solutions. Pro bono volunteerism is hot with companies of all sizes trying to offer skills-based and pro bono volunteer opportunities to their employees. Although the popularity of this type of volunteerism has risen, the number of available opportunities has not. What is causing this imbalance and how can companies address this growing discrepancy? Dr. Gornitsky shared the results of her latest research study, which examines the challenges of pro bono volunteerism and suggests solutions to help fix this imbalance.
Listen to the recording and view the presentation here.
Thank you again. If you are interested in speaking with any of the Charities@Work partners about how we can support meet your employee engagement or workplace giving programs, please contact any of the alliance partners.