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Wed Feb 11 2015 at 04:30 pm EDT
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Thursday Dec 19, 2013
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Please come spend time with the Algorythym team and POL to learn more about initial learnings from SED 2.0 and changes made to report.
Have you identified the best corporate community engagement practices for your company? Is is a corporate foundation? Distributing giving cards to clients? Team building volunteer projects in the community? Or pro-bono employee skills-based volunteering? Or, perhaps, you want to encourage board service within upper management team? Finding the perfect fit is different for every company. Harvard Business Review considers corporate community engagement a 21st Century business necessity. Disney, Google, IBM, PwC and thousands of smaller business involve their employees in house builds, place executives on boards, gives grants to neighborhood nonprofits, issue giving cards to prospects or otherwise partner with the community. Ensure that your business - and community - also benefits from this innovative practice. Whether your business has three or three-hundred-thousand employees, dozens or millions of customers, these stakeholders expect you to do GOOD, not just well. Thrill them, and yourself, by engaging your business in education, health, environment or other societal cause. Research shows it will boost employee morale, engagement and productivity; strengthen your brand and sales; and drive business growth. Register now for this brief but essential webinar on how you can start engaging as a company today! Learning Objectives: - Why and how the corporate community engagement of leading companies, including Disney, IBM and many small and medium enterprises, drives business success while making meaningful societal contributions. - Understand how to choose from the menu corporate community engagement options. - Leave with next steps to strengthen your corporate community engagement - whether you are looking to take one simple step or build a sophisticated program.
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Points of Light
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Recorded: Jan 08, 2015 at 04:30 pm EDT
Come learn from Tony Goodrow about the Relative Impact Model
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As the world�s leading volunteer organization with more than 20 years of history and a bipartisan legacy, Points of Light connects people to their power to create positive change and address the critical needs of our communities.
HandsOn Network, the volunteer-focused arm of Points of Light Institute, is the largest volunteer network in the nation and includes more than 250 HandsOn Action Centers in 16 countries. HandsOn includes a powerful network of more than 70,000 corporate, faith and nonprofit organizations that are answering the call to serve and creating meaningful change in their communities. Annually, the network delivers approximately 30 million hours of volunteer service valued at about $600 million.
Since 1958, OneOC has encouraged people to become personally involved in making our community a good and welcoming place to live, work, and raise a family. We are a full-service, nonprofit resource center with extensive integrated services under �one umbrella.� Our Volunteer, Training, Consulting and Business Services are designed to help Orange County nonprofits advance their business efficiency, mission effectiveness, and strategy execution. OneOC�s services uses a collaborative approach to help �accelerate nonprofit success� through an affiliated pool of expert staff, trainers, and consultants who specialize in volunteer management, board excellence, finance and human resources, leadership advancement, program development and fundraising and marketing.
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