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.
If 2020 has proven anything, it’s that the role nonprofits play in rebuilding and strengthening families and communities has never been more vital. Get the support your organization needs to meet these rising demands by connecting with a community of 75,000+ volunteers for virtual pro bono that builds your capacity to do even more important work.
Join SAP, Medtronic, National Association of Community Health Centers, Iowa Primary Care Association, and PYXERA Global on October 15, 12pm-1pm EDT. Learn how cross-sector collaboration is breaking down healthcare barriers to make telehealth more accessible to the 30 million Americans who rely on Community Health Centers. Register today!
Tuesday, September 29 at 7 AM EST / 11 AM GMT / 4:30 PM IDT
If you work at a charity or NGO, you probably find yourself putting off projects and plans due to a lack of budget or in-house expertise. With the support of Taproot Plus volunteers donating their professional marketing, technology, strategy, HR, and finance skills for free, you can make those plans a reality.
Today, investors are able to identify “good” companies and “profitable” companies but not companies doing the most good most profitably which is a missed opportunity for business, investors and society. In a new research report, “Hybrid Metrics: Connecting Shared Value to Shareholder Value,” we introduce a new approach that combines companies’ social and environmental impact with standard measures of financial performance, making the connection between the two explicit.
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?
Aug. 26 event provides solutions for ESG storytelling in face of earned-media recession
NEW YORK, August 11, 2020 /3BL Media/ -- As corporate communications leaders plan for 2021, it is clear that the new normal involves less reliance on earned media and a strengthened ability to reach key stakeholders directly with content demonstrating leadership on social, environmental and governance (ESG) issues.
Hosted by SmartSimple, Featuring America's Charities
Defining your company’s values, goals, and KPIs is the first important step on your road to impact measurement—but what comes next is equally important. Determining how you will aggregate your data, how you’ll visualize and present that information, how to build your impact narrative – and how it should change over time – can be the difference between merely collecting data and actually evaluating and sharing your results in a meaningful way.
Strategies from the CDP, Google, IRC and Microsoft to ensure your CSR program is ready to move fast when it matters.
The global health crisis has forced companies to evaluate how prepared they are to respond to disasters and crises. How can you use what you've learned to prepare for future events like hurricanes, floods or humanitarian crises, and ensure you're ready to help with quick relief, as well as long-term community recovery — whatever the future brings?