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Alaska nonprofits, like others around the country, face funding cuts from government and other threats to their sustainability. This year’s conference will take a fresh look at how organizations can increase their resiliency and take steps to assure they can successfully carry out their missions. The event takes place April 3-4, at the Hotel Captain Cook in Anchorage.
Join your corporate philanthropy peers for a discussion on The ROI of CSR: Where to begin?, a joint meeting hosted by ACCP and Philanthropy Northwest. In order for a CSR program to align with and support a company’s core business strategy, the CSR team must be aligned and integrated with key functions with profit, loss, and cost control responsibilities. In some companies that is already happening; in others, the process has not yet begun.
You’ll hear Steve Rochlin, Co-CEO of IO Sustainability and lead author of Project ROI, discuss the potential ROI that CSR can deliver and what you should be doing to future proof your CR programs. (Hint: one of the first steps is to work internally with other departments to build integration.) You’ll also hear from a panel of CSR executives that are working with other departments on CSR and gain insight from their hits and misses.
Kim Vu, Senior Vice President of Enterprise Business and Community Engagement at Bank of America | ... hours of volunteerism in 2016 across the region. Idaho Partners: Boise Public Schools Education Foundation, Boise Rescue Mission, ... Valley, Women’s and Children’s Alliance Inc. Oregon Partners: Albertina Kerr Centers Foundation, All Hands Raised, Dress for ... more »
In this policy report, the Annie E. Casey Foundation explores the intersection of kids, race and opportunity.
Despite a field replete with research, analysis, recommended policies and practices — not to mention an abundance of educational programs and frameworks for grantmaking to diverse communities — philanthropic leaders have been slow to advance these values in their foundations. We wondered: what is getting in the way? Why are good intentions, buttressed with theory and practical advice, not achieving better results on measures of diversity, equity and inclusion? We wanted to explore more deeply.
... Get a good conversation going with colleagues and partners about using reflective practices by asking one of over a dozen ...
To better understand how community foundations can best respond to the current environment, CEP asked donors about how satisfied they are with the community foundations with which they work. What matters most to them?
... skills, based on the same world-class training Starbucks partners (employees) receive. Starbucks will also partner with local youth ... more »
This report was developed by Kauffman and Associates, Inc., under contract with United Way of Seattle-King County, with the support of the City of Seattle, The Seattle Foundation and the Muckleshoot Indian Tribe.
Looking for a more participatory way to get advice on dilemmas at work? This practice takes conversations around the “water cooler” to their next level. Read about a technique for getting and sharing advice that can be a game changer for everyone involved.
... are shared through an extensive network of colleagues and partners — ranging from other researchers, grassroots social justice ...
... face regarding food, nutrition and health. The convening partners, Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community and the American Heart ...