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Corporate Engagement Spark Plugs

Are you looking for a volunteer with a specific skill? Be clear about how they can help and get creative about where and how you share it!

Companies that adopt an employee volunteering program actually get stronger because of it! Learn more about how this happens right here. 

This fundraising expert says preparing for a corporate partnership is even more important than landing one. Check out his tips for success!

Looking for evidence about the benefits of employer supported volunteering? Check out this recent report from Statistics Canada that shows employers make a positive impact on volunteering overall when they support it in their workplace.

When it comes to effectively engaging volunteers with professional skills, planning ahead can make all the difference! Check out this blog post for tips on how to make the most of this experience for both the volunteer and the nonprofit.

This Top 6 Trends Infographic gives insights into developing a kickbutt workplace giving program. They say that volunteerism is at the core of employee engagement - but we already knew that!

Check out what Doing Good Together in Minneapolis is doing to make it easy and fun for families to volunteer together. Check out their site for tips on how to do it too.

Bank of America has taken a different approach to funding community development initiatives. Rather than investing in the delivery of specific community programs, they invest in the leadership and operational capacity of the nonprofit organizations who do the work. Watch this video to see some of the amazing things they have made possible over the last 10 years.

A new report suggests corporations need to think differently about how they partner with nonprofits to gain greater social impact. Read the article here

Great tips on creating a sucessful partnership between a business and not for profit organization. Learn about how Hewlitt Packard Canada and World Wildlife Fund Canada partnered to meet their shared goal of sustainability.