As busy professionals, it’s easy to move from one project to the next without pausing for celebration. The end of the year marks a time for reflection. And reflecting on the passing year is the perfect opportunity to relish in the fruits of our hard labor.
This December, we invite you to write down a list of your accomplishments in 2018. Then take a moment to celebrate (and celebrate proudly!). To get the ball rolling, we’re sharing our 10 most read “Volunteering is CSR” posts of 2018. Our team worked hard to write these posts, and we’re grateful to our readers.
We hope you’ll find this content as engaging as others did and helpful as you chart your course for 2019. Thank you for being a valued reader. From the team at VolunteerMatch, here’s to happy holidays and a successful new year!
- A Timely Solution for Starbucks Community Service Program [Case Study] by Tessa Srebro, VolunteerMatch
- Listen to Your Employees: How to Craft a Volunteer Program That Meets Their Needs by Tessa Srebro, VolunteerMatch
- 5 Steps to Increase Volunteer Activity in Your Office by Becky Harpham, Jitasa
- How Employee Volunteers Can Help You Attract and Hire Talent by Jerome Tennille, Marriott International (190)
- Video: Purpose and Corporate Social Responsibility by Tessa Srebro, VolunteerMatch (204)
- The Rise of “Pro Bono for All” by Dr. Linda Gornitsky, LBG Associates (204)
- The Connectory Adds Volunteerism to Its Platform; Boosts Engagement by Tessa Srebro, VolunteerMatch (210)
- 4 Ways Companies Can Turn Corporate Donors into Volunteers by Adam Weinger, Double the Donation (233)
- Video: How to Craft a Volunteer Program That Meets Employee Needs by Tessa Srebro, VolunteerMatch (251)
- Independent Bank: Making Employee Volunteer Incentives Work! by Tessa Srebro, VolunteerMatch (375)
One of our favorite pieces didn’t make the list, but is worth noting! In fall 2017, we sat down with Airbnb, Pandora and other Bay Area CSR Innovators to talk about the successes and challenges of their employee volunteer programs. Read our takeaways from the conversation!
Have a topic you’d like to see written about in 2019? Share your ideas with us in the comments section below.