With fundraising on life-support right now, there is mounting evidence that volunteering is carrying the bulk of the weight in U.S. philanthropy right now -- and much of it is being led by corporations. The latest signs of this come from a new survey from LBG Associates and LBG Research Institute.
The report found that a whopping 56% of corporate employees are getting involved in volunteer efforts at their company. In addition, 27% of respondents said they are more motivated [...]
With 2009 in the rear-view mirror, what can we expect from corporate philanthropy in during a global economic downturn?
According to a new report the Committee Encouraging Corporate Philanthropy (CECP), we can actually look back at the previous year [...]
A recent survey produced by the Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship and The Hitachi Foundation shows that employee volunteering programs are weathering the economic storm exceptionally well.
\"Weathering The Storm: The State of Corporate Citizenship in the United States 2009\" is the fourth biennial survey of executive-level attitudes and actions across businesses of all sizes with regards to corporate [...]