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LBG Canada Companies Are Increasing Regional Community Investment

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In fiscal 2016, 41% of LBG Canada companies reported that more than 40% of their total community investment budget was allocated to regional programming.

This was an increase of 9% as compared to fiscal 2015 and an increase of 19% from fiscal 2014.

Interested in the LBG Canada Network? We want to hear from you!

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Video: How to Craft a Volunteer Program That Meets Employee Needs

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In overwhelming numbers, employees want their companies to offer ways for them to volunteer and lend a hand to their communities.

Yet, research shows that one-third of employees won’t actually give through their workplace because they’re not able to choose the causes that matter to them.

This disconnect is a problem.

Independent Bank: Making Employee Volunteer Incentives Work!

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Independent Bank didn’t formalize their volunteer program until mid-2013. Less than five years later, they’re enjoying high employee participation in the program. In this feature, we take a look at how they got here. Hint: one of their secrets to success is incentivizing volunteerism.

Listen to Your Employees: How to Craft a Volunteer Program That Meets Their Needs

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In overwhelming numbers, employees want their companies to offer ways for them to volunteer and lend a hand to their communities.

Yet, research shows that one-third of employees won’t actually give through their workplace because they’re not able to choose the causes that matter to them.

This disconnect is a problem.

LBG Canada Companies Value Employee Volunteering Programs

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Companies in the LBG Canada network, both large and small, value employee volunteering programs.

Employee volunteering is an important aspect of community investment. 

LBG Canada companies may range in size, but they all understand the importance of employee volunteering as an essential facet of a successful community investment program.

Interested in developing or improving your employee volunteering program? Join LBG Canada.

CITGO Receives Partner of the Year Award From Boys & Girls Clubs of the Coastal Bend

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CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas, March 6, 2018 /3BL Media/ – The CITGO Corpus Christi Refinery proudly accepted the Partner of the Year award at a Partner Appreciation ceremony, presented by the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Coastal Bend on the evening of Feb. 22. The Partner of the Year honoree is selected based on overall commitment to the organization in the prior year. In addition to CITGO, other award recipients joined Boys & Girls Club board members at the event.
 

Companies in the LBG Canada Network Are Creating Impact in Community

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Whether they be large or small, companies in the LBG Canada network are creating impact through their investments in community, using the LBG Model.

The LBG Model can easily be applied to companies and investments of any size. 

Does your company seek to impact community? Join LBG Canada.

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Video: How to ‘Go Big’ With Your Employee Volunteer Program

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We know the benefits employee volunteer programs have on business: increased employee engagement and satisfaction, better recruitment and retention, publicity, skill development, team-building, and more.

But how do you maximize these benefits while also achieving the greatest community impact possible?

On Jan. 30, 2018 at 2 p.m. ET/ 11 a.m. PT, VolunteerMatch’s Director of Growth and Relationships, Alvaro Tijero, offered insight into:

The Realized Worth 2018 CSR Conference Guide

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It’s back! Every January Realized Worth shares a guide of the year’s upcoming CSR and employee volunteering conferences – with a few relevant employee engagement and sustainability events included, too. Based on what we’ve seen, it looks like we’re going into this year with even more of a global focus, and a more visible push to strengthen multi-sector partnerships in the name of social good. Big things are in store for 2018! Check out what's going on around the world this year!

LBG Canada Data Stories: Corporate Community Investment Has Economic Impact

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Did you know that LBG Canada companies have invested more than $3 billion in community since 2007.

So, how do these companies invest in community?

  • $2.3 billion in cash contributions
  • In-kind contributions are valued at $317 million
  • $280 million is invested in program management
  • Employee paid-time, during working hours, valued at $45 million.

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