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CBS Launches “Volunteering With the Stars” Initiative as Part of New “Viewers to Volunteers” App

Jeff Probst of “Survivor”, Phil Keoghan of “The Amazing Race” and “Entertainment Tonight” Hosts Kevin Frazier and Nancy O’Dell Among Inaugural Group of CBS Talent to Participate New “Viewers To Volunteers” (V2V) App Allows Viewers to Connect with Stars
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Jeff Probst of “Survivor”, Phil Keoghan of “The Amazing Race”and “Entertainment Tonight”Hosts Kevin Frazier and Nancy O’Dell Among 
Inaugural Group of CBS Talent to Participate 

New “Viewers To Volunteers”(V2V) App Allows Viewers to Connect with Stars and Direct Funding to Charities Without Spending Their Own Money

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Jeff Probst of “Survivor”, Phil Keoghan of “The Amazing Race”and “Entertainment Tonight”Hosts Kevin Frazier and Nancy O’Dell Among 
Inaugural Group of CBS Talent to Participate 

New “Viewers To Volunteers”(V2V) App Allows Viewers to Connect with Stars and Direct Funding to Charities Without Spending Their Own Money

Click Here For Promotional Video

 

Spotlight: The Revolutionary Impact of Multi-Generation Education

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Editor’s Note: Currently, as we do each year, Alliance Data’s businesses have come together to support United Way chapters across the United States through employee-led giving campaigns. In honor of the generosity of our associates and Alliance Data’s commitment to education, we invited ChildCareGroup, a United Way partner and an organization where some of our North Texas associates volunteer, to share the multi-generational impact that access to education can provide.

Trends Take Center Stage in the 10th Anniversary Giving in Numbers: 2015 Edition

Benchmarking Report Sets the Standard for Societal Engagement Programs at Leading Companies
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New York, NY, September 23, 2015 /3BL Media/— Giving in Numbers: 2015 Edition, produced by CECP in association with The Conference Board, is the leading report for companies strategically focused on their community investment. As it has annually for 10 years, Giving in Numbers provides a benchmark, through key data provided by 271 respondent companies, on corporate giving and employee engagement.

An Emerging Gold Standard in Community Investment

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There is a growing consensus on the needs of standards of proactive of how community investment, employee volunteering and giving programs are managed. This includes executive support, program planning, communications with key stakeholders and measurement.

In 2016, LBG Canada will launch the CI Gold Standard (LOGO) to support the development of the management approach underpinning these three key impact oriented functions.

Join us at the RBC Foundation in Toronto on Sept. 29/30 for Achieving Impact! 2015 - be part of the discussion!

Carnival Reaches $5 Million Fundraising Goal for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital Two Years Ahead of Schedule; Commits to Raising Another $10 Million Over Next Five Years

Announcement Made By Carnival President Christine Duffy at Dr. Seuss-Inspired ‘Day of Play’ for Patients and Their Families at the Memphis, Tennessee Hospital
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MIAMI, September 28, 2015 /3BL Media/ - After achieving a $5 million fundraising goal for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital®, Carnival Cruise Line has announced an additional $10 million goal by 2020, while continuing its role as the hospital’s Official Celebration Partner.

2015 LBG Canada Annual Meeting

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The 2015 LBG Canada Annual Meeting is an opportunity for community investment professionals to connect with peers from across the country, to explore emerging trends, and to discuss different approaches to maximize value - for the community, for employees, and for the business. 

Join colleagues on September 28, 29 and 30, in Toronto, for a series of vibrant conversations focused on how to achieve impact goals, and how measurement techniques inform success over time.

Samsung Employees Give Back to Local Communities Across the U.S. and Canada During Day of Service

Samsung employees in California, Texas, New Jersey and everywhere in-between gave back to their local communities on June 11, 2015
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Samsung offices across the U.S. and Canada officially closed on June 11, 2015, enabling employees to serve and support their local communities. As one of two “Days of Service” this year, employees supported meaningful causes in the communities where they live and work. The Samsung brand and products touch the lives of people and communities every day across the United States. Samsung’s Day of Service is an opportunity for employees to make good on their belief that business success goes hand in hand with investing in their communities.

Corporate Leaders will Join Together to Engage in Ideas to Solve Societal Challenges

CECP’s Annual Summit Convenes a Corporate Coalition Focused on Societal Investment Representing More than $20 Billion in Giving
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NEW YORK, May 19, 2015 /3BL Media/ – Two hundred and fifty senior societal engagement leaders from the world’s largest corporations will convene at CECP’s annual Summit: Engage in New York City. CECP is a coalition of CEOs united in the belief that societal improvement is an essential measure of business performance.

RSF Social Finance Spring Quarterly: Can Giving Go Deeper?

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In the latest issue of the RSF Quarterly we explore the power of gift. RSF community members share stories of the most transformational gifts they have given and received. Kelley Buhles offers insights into what’s happening on the cutting edge of philanthropy.

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