corporate giving

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Corporate giving programs are still a large component of many company’s social responsibility strategies. The roots go back to corporate philanthropy dating back to the era of the Rockefellers, Morgans and Carnegies. The practice of giving has its share of critics, including here on TriplePundit.

And while writing checks does not substitute for actually “doing good” on social, environmental and corporate governance issues, watch the practice to continue.

Learn more below…

Corporate Philanthropy is More Than Writing Checks

The corporate philanthropy of tomorrow will focus on issues material to the business and seek collaborative partnerships to create impact that can stand…
Engage Millennial Employees Through Workplace Giving

Cracking the Code on Workplace Giving and Millennials

Workplace giving programs are underutilized. Learn how to get millennial employees engaged in workplace giving and engaged in your company in the process.
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From Boomers to Millennials: How to Design an Engaging Employee Giving Program

Gone are the days of the top-down fundraising program using the same old tactics and tools. As participation in conventional company-led giving efforts…
A doctor with the International Medical Corps examines a young boy at a mobile health clinic in Pakistan after severe flooding in 2010.

4 Ways Companies Can Help in the Face of Natural Disasters

When a natural disaster hits — regardless of where it occurs in the world — everyone scrambles to help. Corporations, in particular, have…
give back

Why Giving Back to the Community Should Be a Major Goal for All Businesses

Some businesses take the perspective that giving back to the community only helps the community; but giving back can actually help your business,…
Change Heroes

How One Social Venture Unlocked the Code To Millennial Giving

Change Heroes is a social venture that is revolutionizing the way charities and nonprofits tap into millennial giving.

3 Reasons Why We Love Good360: The Online Donation Matching Network

No more letter writing, Craigslist digging or labor-intensive GoFundMe campaigns to manage when setting up a profile on Good360 will do.

How Starting a Charity Changed My Business (and My Life)

For me and my brother, helping families in need has been a lifelong endeavor. Adding a charitable arm to our business has created…
State Farm NBA Day of Service volunteers sort food at the Houston Food Bank.

5 Ways to Promote a Giving Corporate Culture All Year Long

Creating a giving company culture is a powerful way to boost employee satisfaction, customer retention and even financial performance 365 days a year.…

5 Companies Doing Corporate Philanthropy Right

Some companies just get it. They understand that nonprofits are out there fighting to make the world a better place, so they institute…
The Backyard Growers’ School Garden Program in Gloucester, Mass. has planted five gardens and harvested 500 pounds of greens for students with the help of $10,000 in Tom’s of Maine sponsorship funding received in 2013.

Tom’s of Maine Awards $510,000 to Nonprofits in All 50 States

The votes are in, and 51 nonprofits from across the country will be able to give back more in their communities as winners…

How Toms Shoes and Warby Parker Give Differently

Companies typically execute one of two corporate social responsibility strategies: vertical or horizontal. Find out how Toms Shoes and Warby Parker use these…

The Business of Giving Back

The art of philanthropy is alive and well. Even in today's financially challenging climate, many businesses are maintaining their commitment to fundraising and…

8 Companies Working to Eliminate Hunger

Thursday, Oct. 16, is World Food Day -- an annual day of action against hunger. While spreading awareness on World Food Day is…

3p Weekend: 5 Reasons for Companies to Care About Employee Satisfaction

Employee engagement and satisfaction is a hot topic in the sustainability space right now, but some companies may still find themselves asking: What…