Corporate Citizenship

Corporate Citizenship

Pro Bono and Skills-Based Volunteering: What's New, What's Working

Harnessing the talents of employees through Pro Bono and Skills-Based Volunteering has the potential to change community and the employees themselves. But how do companies ensure positive benefits for their non-profit partners and employees? What are some of the leading-edge practices?

LBG Associates and LBG Research Institute have been exploring this through practical research for ten years. As a follow-up to their 2015 research “Balancing Pro Bono Supply and Demand: Challenges and Solutions from the Non-profit Point of View”, they have just released a new report based on company and non-profit interviews to discover what is new and improving. Linda will be joined by speakers from Adobe and their community partner iSisters Technology Mentoring.

Join us on September 18th for the first webinar in the new ChangeMakers @ Work - A Corporate Citizenship Webinar Series.

Register today -  Space is limited so register early to avoid disappointment.

SAP Canada employees planting trees with Ontario Streams

SAP Canada employees planting trees with Ontario Streams

 

 

 

We all benefit when Canadians are involved in their communities. That’s why almost three-quarters of Canadian businesses either directly support or accommodate employee volunteering. Volunteer Canada can work with your business to ensure the value and success of your community engagement programs, through our programs and services.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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