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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.

Employees in Companies of All Sizes Give to Community

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Employees in companies of all sizes give to community, $42.8M in 2017 alone! And companies that match, exceed others in engagement.

Insights boost employee engagement. LBG Canada - YOUR community investment resource.

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The Capacities Foundations Need to Embark on Place-Based Impact Investing

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by Teri Lovelace, President, LOCUS Impact Investing

Place-based impact investing is sparking community development projects that create more just, equitable local economies, and build prosperous, vibrant communities. Place-focused foundations, like community foundations and family foundations are exploring ways to complement their traditional grant-making with local investments that can catalyze positive community change. 

Companies Of All Shapes and Sizes Value Employee Volunteering

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LBG Canada companies are encouraging and engaging their employees in impactful volunteering programs. Interested in developing or improving your employee volunteering program? We'd love to hear from you! Contact Bryan, today!

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Companies Of All Shapes & Sizes Invest In Community

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Amazing that the three questions that launched the LBG Model in 1992 remain top of mind, 26 years later. All industries, corporate structures, areas of focus and size. 

The LBG Model has been demonstrating the value of community investment since 1992. Check out the Canadian version of the model at http://www.lbg-canada.ca.

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Aligning Business Need & Community Impact | LBG Canada Company Spotlight

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As we begin 2019, LBG Canada spotlights the Cenovus Decision Making Criteria. A tool created to assist a geographically dispersed community investment team with decision-making consistency by clearly outlining and identifying characteristics of a community investment opportunity to ensure both community and business impact.

Aligning Business Need & Community Impact | LBG Canada Company Spotlight

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As we begin 2019, LBG Canada spotlights the Cenovus Decision Making Criteria. A tool created to assist a geographically dispersed community investment team with decision-making consistency by clearly outlining and identifying characteristics of a community investment opportunity to ensure both community and business impact.

Aligning Business Needs & Community Impact | LBG Canada Company Spotlight - Cenovus

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As we begin 2019, LBG Canada spotlights the Cenovus Decision Making Criteria. A tool created to assist a geographically dispersed community investment team with decision-making consistency by clearly outlining and identifying characteristics of a community investment opportunity to ensure both community and business impact.

To learn more about the Cenovus Decision Making Criteria, click here: 

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The 2019 LBG Canada Audit Cycle Has Started

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LBG Canada companies reported a total investment of $410 million in community during the 2018 LBG Canada audit cycle. We look forward to seeing the impact created as we enter the 2019 cycle!  

Contact us for more information on the LBG Canada program.

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The Co-op Give Card Campaign | LBG Canada Company Spotlight

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Between 2013 and 2017, Co-op contributed over $1 million to the Canadian Red Cross to help with Western Canadian relief efforts. In 2018, Co-op renewed this partnership with an agreement to donate up to $1.5 million over five years to support disaster preparedness in Western Canada.

"It's important to help out communities in any way we can," says Natasha Ford, Federated Co-operatives Limited's Social Responsibility Manager. "The ability of the Canadian Red Cross to respond quickly at the local level is part of what makes it a great fit with Co-op."

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