Community Investment

Pro Bono Perspectives S2E23: Chris Tyson, Build Baton Rouge

Building Equitable, Resilient, and Prosperous Cities
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Chris Tyson, President & CEO of Build Baton Rouge, joins host and Common Impact CEO Danielle Holly to share about the redevelopment authority’s mission to bring together people and resources to promote equitable investment, innovative development, and thriving communities across Baton Rouge.

Building the Business Case for Technology

How to make your pitch pitch-perfect
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Your company is ready to embrace purpose. Now making the investment in the tools and technology you’ll need to support that journey is the next step.

Join Benevity on Oct. 29th for part two in a two-part webinar series*, and hear how purpose-driven companies RBC and Toyota North America successfully built the business case to adopt corporate purpose technology, proving that it’s a need-to-have, not a nice-to-have.

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[WEBINAR] Delivering Measurable Change With Community Investment

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How to link social impact and business objectives — and get results you can measure

Community investment programs are created to make a difference, but how do you know if they’re succeeding? How do you define impact that you can measure, and how do you track program results against your social and business objectives?

Join LBG Canada and CCVO for a Conversation on Community Investment After COVID

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Join CCVO and LBG Canada for a conversation exploring the impact of COVID-19 on the Alberta non-profit sector and its intersection with corporate community investment.

Community Investment Meeting November 28th | Impact in a Time of Change

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The community investment field is changing rapidly. Discussions of purpose, climate, technology and social innovation (among others!) are opportunities for community investment strategies to eveolve, deepen impact and offer meaningful results to the business.

Join community investment peers in Calgary. Engage in conversation focused upon achieveing impact objectives, when the only thing constant is change.

Gildan Receives FUNDAHRSE Seal for Its Operations in Honduras

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MONTREAL, September 25, 2019 /3BL Media/ – Gildan Activewear Inc.  is once again a recipient of the Corporate Social Responsibility Seal awarded by the Foundation for Corporate Social Responsibility in Honduras (FUNDAHRSE).

50 More Large Enterprises Select Benevity to Power Corporate Purpose Initiatives

Companies in Tech and Financial Services Industries Make Up 45% of New Clients, Including World Bank Group, Atlassian, Adobe and Western Union Foundation
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CALGARY, Canada, September 11, 2019 /3BL Media/ – Benevity, Inc., the global leader in corporate social responsibility (CSR) and employee engagement software, today announced that another 50 enterprise companies have selected the Benevity platform to power their corporate purpose initiatives in the first half of 2019. The new clients—which include World Bank Group, Atlassian, Adobe, Western Union Foundation and a host of others—bring more than one million additional employee users into the Benevity network.

The Co-op Community Spaces Program | LBG Canada Company Spotlight

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Community spaces are what bring people together. In trying and often dividing times, they can be a source of joy and connection. However, the level of capital funding required to bring these long term projects to life can be difficult to fundraise for.

Gildan Empowers Students to Care for the Planet in the Dominican Republic

Sustainability Begins with Education
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Gildan believes that a more sustainable future starts with education by encouraging students to take ownership over the environmental issues in their own communities. The Company has sponsored the Eco-Schools program since 2010, an international organization that uses action-based learning in the classroom to engage youth in building sustainable habits and solutions in their community.

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