Corporate social responsibility is ever growing and evolving. As we kick off 2013, now is the time to assess the current landscape of corporate giving and volunteering trends, and determine how our programs will respond to changing marketplace demands.
Corporate Giving (& Volunteering) in Numbers: A Look at Studies from CECP & VolunteerMatch
Join us for a deep-dive into two studies from the Committee Encouraging Corporate Philanthropy (CECP) and VolunteerMatch, which will offer perspective and advice for your 2013 program planning.
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Tuesday, January 22, 2013
10-11 a.m. PT (1-2 p.m. ET)
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This session will feature findings from the 2012 edition of CECP’s Giving in Numbers report, tracking trends in corporate philanthropy. The analysis looked at data from 214 companies, including 62 of the top 100 companies in the Fortune 500, presenting a profile of the state of corporate philanthropy, and pinpointing how corporate giving is evolving and becoming more focused.
VolunteerMatch will release the findings of it’s first-ever survey of highly effective employee volunteer programs (EVPs) in January 2013. The survey analyzed 44 EVPs among VolunteerMatch’s corporate partners, which are independently recognized as high performing programs. The results provide benchmark data for the inputs required to run an effective program at your company.
About Our Guest Speakers:
Margaret Coady, Director, CECP
Margaret also directs the Committee’s partnership initiatives including joint research and events such as the development of Principles of Social Investment with the United Nations Global Compact, the release of a dollar valuation for corporate pro bono service in collaboration with the Taproot Foundation, and the forward-looking research report “Shaping the Future: Solving Social Problems through Business Strategy” with McKinsey & Company.
Since joining the organization in early 2005, Margaret’s close work with member companies, oversight of the Committee’s proprietary Corporate Giving Standard online benchmarking system, and her authorship of four editions of the annual “Giving in Numbers” report have established her as a leading authority on emerging trends in the field of corporate giving. She lectures for national and international audiences and has appeared on television and radio programs including BBC World Report, CNBC Morning Call, and CNBC Street Signs.
Prior to joining CECP, Margaret worked as a senior IT consultant with PricewaterhouseCoopers and played a key technical role in several global custom software implementation projects for Fortune 500 clients.
A native of New York City, Margaret graduated with magna cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa honors from Williams College and was Valedictorian of her class at Columbia Business School.
Casey Brennan, Marketing & Insights Manager, VolunteerMatch
As Marketing & Insights Manager at VolunteerMatch, Casey focuses on communications, thought leadership and marketing strategy for the organization’s corporate audience. Her responsibilities include refining and managing the brand, producing the VolunteerMatch Solutions’ Best Practice Network webinar series, developing engagement campaigns for the VolunteerMatch network, identifying partnership opportunities with like-minded organizations, producing the annual VolunteerMatch Client Summit, monitoring key trends in CSR and developing original insights materials on behalf of the organization.
You can find Casey on Twitter @CaseyB.