How charities value non-cash gifts drew a good deal of attention in the press this year, and most of it was negative. Please join the nonprofit leader in corporate philanthropy as we explore the topic of in-kind valuation in this free webinar for both nonprofits and corporations.
Through service on nonprofit boards, business people from Fortune 500 companies bring valuable experience and expertise to bear in helping nonprofits to achieve their vital missions. A highly effective board will fulfill its work in partnership with the head of the nonprofit organization by envisioning the organization’s greater potential, creating the revenue model and maximizing financial success, and ensuring the organization’s integrity and high-impact results.
Apply Today to Add your CEO to the List of Excellence Awards Winners
2013 Excellence Awards Application Period Open: Applications Due September 7, 2012.
(3BL Media) July 23, 2012 - Committee Encouraging Corporate Philanthropy’s Excellence Awards in Corporate Philanthropy are a powerful platform for sharing the story of outstanding corporate giving programs. Winners join an impressive cadre of exemplary programs.
Highlights from the 2012 Corporate Philanthropy Summit
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Committee Encouraging Corporate Philanthropy created an Executive Summary of the 2012 Corporate Philanthropy Summit capturing the highlights from two days of networking and learning opportunities for corporate giving officers from Fortune 500 companies. The report includes key takeaways from enaging keynotes and a panel discussion among the winners of the 2012 Excellence Award in Corporate Philanthropy.
Should large companies help address societal issues? It's an age-old question that even today continues to be a subject of lively debate for the private sector. A company’s investors might advocate that the company leave progress on societal issues to government and nonprofits, opting for a bare-minimum scenario in which businesses do little more than pay taxes, obey the law, and pass all profits to shareholders.