The team at VolunteerMatch is excited to take part in EF’s Corporate Citizenship Conference on March 9, 2012 in San Jose, CA. The conference, this year themed “Corporate Social Impact,” brings together companies interested in creating, enhancing and strengthening their corporate community involvement programs.
I’ll be there to listen to keynote presentations by Eric Young, president of E.Y.E; Michael Furdyk, founder of TakingITGlobal and our friend Chris Jarvis of Realized Worth, who will also lead a session during the 2012 VolunteerMatch Client Summit on May 17, 2012. The event will also feature panels and workshops, providing an opportunity to connect with other attendees to discuss challenges and solutions.
VolunteerMatch will also take part in a product demonstration session, where organizations that provide solutions for companies will give a rapid-fire product overview to the crowd. Our Chief Services Officer Greg Price will be on stage to share how we currently work with our 150 corporate clients to make it easier to manage successful community engagement programs.
We love this opportunity to showcase the great work being done in our network, and the role companies play in contributing to a strong community of volunteers, nonprofits and organizations that make our volunteer engagement network the largest on the Web. Greg will not only share his passion for volunteer engagement and VolunteerMatch’s mission-driven approach to solutions – he will hopefully inspire everyone in the audience to consider how their companies can help connect more good people with good causes.
Will you be in San Jose next week for the conference? Connect with us on Twitter (@VM_Solutions) or follow our tweets for insights and information we learn along the way.
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