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Prudential’s Data-Driven Approach to Engaging Middle Management Employees

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As one of Fortune’s (and Benevity’s) Most Admired Companies, Prudential has a social mission at the core of its business model—that everyone should have the opportunity to achieve financial security. They’ve committed over $1 billion to their hometown of Newark through initiatives like impact investments, grants to nonprofits and infrastructure projects. And even with great participation rates and rave feedback on their Goodness program, Prudential CARES, the company is continuously looking for ways to expand and improve by digging into the data.

Hormel Foods Donates $370K to the United Way

by Mike Stoll
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The United Way of Mower County has an additional $370,000 to put toward its programs thanks to donations from Hormel Foods employees.

A check for the raised amount, which was collected over a four-week campaign that kicked off in October, was presented to the UWMC on Tuesday morning at the Hormel Foods North Corporate Office.

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The 2018 Benevity Goodness Calendar

Your CSR Campaign Planning Tool — Year-round Programming Made Easy
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Successful workplace giving and volunteering programs provide many opportunities throughout the year for people to donate time and money to causes that matter to them. Employees increasingly expect you, their employers, to provide these opportunities to make a meaningful difference.  

LBG Canada Data Stories: The Use of the LBG Model Internationally

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The LBG Model is used internationally.

Canadian companies are using the LBG model to guide community investment in 39 countries around the world. While outside of Canada, the LBG Model is used by companies operating in 171 countries. Because of its ease of use and its significance to corporate reporting, the LBG model is used within 15 sectors globally, including: engineering, financial services and media.

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Our Community Impact in 2017

A look back at how our support helped improve lives this year
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The holidays are a time for giving, and we’re thankful for the opportunity to strengthen our communities all year long. Whether through mentoring students, teaching digital skills that lead to higher-paying jobs, or supporting entrepreneurs working to make a difference in their community, our employees and our thousands of nonprofit partners are improving lives every day.

Green Berets Get a Little Bit of Home for the Holidays

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Brian Clay is used to sending care packages to faraway places for his Green Beret son-in-law, Tripp White. In the past six years, his family has sent packages to Afghanistan and Africa, and his teammates at Duke Energy’s Harris Nuclear Plant have pitched in, too.

But this year, Clay said, his teammates surpassed all of his expectations.

Sanofi Continues Adopt-a-Family Tradition for 23rd Year

By Patrick Campbell
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Earlier this week, employees from Sanofi Pasteur got the chance to be Santa Claus to more than three-dozen area families as part of their 23rd annual “Adopt-a-Family” holiday drive.

Company employees donated gifts ranging from bicycles to clothes to new car tires that will be given to 38 Monroe County Head Start families.

Drink, Dance, Donate: How Viacom Gave Back and Got Down for the 8th Year in a Row

by Lisa Di Venuta
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“Everyone on the left side of the room say, ‘Give back,’” shouted Viacom President and CEO Bob Bakish, addressing a constellation of nearly 200 Viacom employees and nonprofit partners, all gathered in the White Box at Viacom’s Times Square Headquarters one evening in early December.

“Give back,” the crowd roared.

“Now everybody on the right side of the room say, “Get down!’”

“Get down!’”

Sanofi Provides Love and Joy This Holiday Season for Area Families

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For the 23rd year, hundreds of Head Start employees collected and hand delivered truckloads of gifts and basic essentials to Pocono Services for Families and Children (PSFC), which oversees Monroe County’s Head Start program. Learn more by clicking on coverage from Eyewitness News/WBRE-TV/WYOU-TV.

 

 

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