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Allstate Uncovers the "Top Five Things Keeping Small-Business Owners Up at Night"

During "National Small Business Week," Keep Key Concerns in Mind When Working with and Supporting a Small Business
Press Release

May 13, 2014 /3BL Media/ - In honor of National Small Business Week (May 12 to May 16), Allstate Insurance Company recently surveyed small-business owners across the U.S. Among the key findings are the "Top Five Things Keeping Small Business Owners Up at Night."

New Survey Shows Knowledge Gap in Car Battery Recycling

Nearly three-quarters of Americans don’t know their car battery recycling options
Press Release

MILWAUKEE, Wis., April 17, 2014 – A recent consumer survey commissioned by Johnson Controls found that seven out of 10 Americans don’t know their options for recycling used car batteries.

Seven out of 10 Hispanic Parents Unaware that Car Crashes Are the No. 1 Killer of Teens

Hispanic parents look for tools and resources to help keep their teen safer on the road The Allstate Foundation creates new Spanish-language driving agreement and coaching tips
Press Release

NORTHBROOK, Ill.,  April 16, 2014 /3BL Media/–The inaugural ¡Vamos! survey from The Allstate Foundation found that 29 percent of Hispanic parents correctly identified car crashes as the leading cause of death among teens. Most Hispanic parents, 42 percent, assumed drugs and alcohol were the No.1 cause of teen deaths.

Top Peer-to-Peer Fundraising Efforts down 2.6%

Peer-to-Peer Professional Forum survey shows revenue for top 30 programs dropped $44.2 million to $1.67 billion in 2013
Press Release

Atlanta, Feb. 26, 2014 /3BL Media/ – Eight-figure revenue contractions by three major programs led the country’s top thirty peer-to-peer fundraising programs to an overall 2.6% decline in 2014, according to the industry’s annual fundraising roundup. 

Seventeen of the top thirty programs reported increased or unchanged revenue, but that could not overcome contractions of $27.5 million by the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life, $20 million by Susan G. Komen for the Cure’s Race for the Cure Series and $15.5 million for the Komen 3-Day walks.

Launch of Comprehensive Annual Tracking of Corporate Giving; Provides Sought-After Insights into Trends

New Questions will Assess State of Societal Impact Measurement and Employee Engagement
Press Release

NEW YORK, Jan. 23, 2013 /3BL Media/ - The source for the most comprehensive look at corporate giving trends year to year, CECP in association with The Conference Board, opens its 13th annual Corporate Giving Standard (CGS) survey of Fortune 500 companies, with the analysis of the data shared in May.

#Convene4Change: Lessons From the Social Good Summit

How Do We Convene Change?
Article

By Alicia Bonner Ness

This is part III in a series of articles by the editor of The New Global Citizen on insights gained at the Social Good Summit. Read part I and part II.

National Be Fair Survey Infographic

Multimedia with summary

October is Fair Trade Month and the results are in. Philadelphia reigns as the Fairest City in America, according to the 2013 Be Fair Survey, with Boston and Dallas-Fort Worth following closely behind. To kick off Fair Trade Month, Fair Trade USA, the leading third-party certifier of Fair Trade products in North America, celebrates America’s fairest cities and reminds consumers to Be Fair by choosing Fair Trade when they shop.

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