Corporate Responsibility Symposium

When: 
Wed, May 17, 2017,
2:00pm to 4:30pm PDT
Where: 
Seattle, WA
Location: 
Seattle Foundation, 1601 5th Avenue, #1900, Seattle, WA
Free

* Please note that this event is intendend for practitioners in corporate philanthropy or corporate social responsibility.

Join Philanthropy Northwest and Seattle Foundation for a discussion about corporate social responsiblity strategies in our current social and political climate. Speakers will include leaders from Seattle-area corporations engaging in innovative practices to address global health challenges and support underserved communities in our region, including veterans, immigrants and refugees.

This event is designed to engage aspiring and active corporate philanthropists in dialogue around how businesses can be responsive to community needs locally and globally, by leveraging workforce and place-based giving. Philanthropy Northwest will share current data on trends in philanthropy in Washington state and insights on the impact of proposed tax reform on charitable giving.

This event will feature speakers representing:
Sam Whiting, Boeing
Joelle Skaga Nausin, Starbucks
Jane Broom, Microsoft
Steve Schwartz, Tableau
Afton Walsh, Walsh Construction
JP Morgan Chase

Space for this event is limited! Please register by May 8.

Thanks to the support of Seattle Foundation, this event is currently open to all grantmakers interested in corporate philanthropy as a way to build community and share information. At this time, you do not have to be a member to join this event. However, please bear in mind that it is not appropriate to solicit donations and grants, but collaborative grant making and information sharing are encouraged.