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How do you stand out if you’re a small nonprofit? One person, one volunteer, one company at a time. Read More
Oftentimes, smaller companies assume they simply can’t make the same community impact as the big boys. Here's a shining example of how they can. Read More
Companies may praise their employees' volunteering efforts, but money talks. Enter Dollars for Doers programs... Read More
The stereotype: a big company needs PR and a tax write-off so they donate to charity. The CSR reality these days? Look at Mattel. Read More
If your company isn't constantly examining its volunteer programs to improve its social and business bottom line...it should be. Read More
If the government won’t stand by its wounded warriors, who will? Nowadays, corporate skills-based volunteering often fills the gap in support. Read More
Telecommuting, competitive pay, stock options, extended vacation time, a gym, catered lunches and other attractive benefits will get talented recruits to come work for your company. But once they’ve arrived, how do you keep them? Read More

Remember the 3 Fs of Workplace Giving

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From http://www.causecast.com 3547 days ago
Made Hot by: jerrycosby on October 11, 2012 11:05 am
One of the best ways for companies to increase employee engagement while improving their communities is through their corporate giving programs. And the most effective workplace giving happens when companies lead their staff in campaigns that have a little pizazz. Read More

The 3 C’s of Successful Corporate Non-Profit Relationships

The 3 C’s of Successful Corporate Non-Profit Relationships - http://www.causecast.com Avatar Posted by causecast under Human Resources
From http://www.causecast.com 3548 days ago
Made Hot by: gausetam120 on October 10, 2012 6:07 am
Like any healthy coupling, the recipe to a happy, long-term relationship between a non-profit and business centers around the 3 Cs. Read More
The best ideas in corporate social responsibility don’t always come from the boardroom or the CSR manager. Find out where AT&T gets them. Read More
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