3BL Media Webinar to Reveal New Data on Workplace Giving and Engaging with Millennials

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3BL Media Webinar to Reveal New Data on Workplace Giving and Engaging with Millennials

America’s Charities ‘Snapshot 2015’ at intersection of social impact and employee engagement

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3BL Media Best Practices Webinar:
Workplace Giving and Engaging with Millennials
Thursday December 10, 11 a.m. ET


Monday, November 23, 2015 - 10:35am

CAMPAIGN: Sustainability Communications Webinar Series

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New research on the changing nature of workplace-centered philanthropy and employee engagement, including its role in attracting employees and engaging Millennials, will be released during the next 3BL Media “Best Practices” webinar, Dec. 10 at 11 a.m. ET.

Conducted by America’s Charities, the research report Snapshot 2015 revisited the transformation of employee engagement and explored how companies are responding to new employee expectations, particularly those of the Millennial workforce; the strategic role of employee volunteering; challenges and opportunities that digital culture presents; and increased demands to demonstrate impact and outcomes from corporate philanthropic investments.

The webcast is free and open to corporate and nonprofit executives. It will be followed by a question and answer session.

Register here.

Speakers will include Lynne Filderman and Steve Greenhalgh, senior advisors to America’s Charities, and Heather Wright, director of Corporate Responsibility at PricewaterhouseCoopers U.S.

“Employee engagement is a huge driver for CSR and sustainability programs, so we’re thrilled to host this webcast to learn how patterns of giving, digital culture and employee interests are taking center stage,” said Dave Armon, CMO of 3BL Media, who will act as moderator.

Snapshot 2015 findings were collected in the third quarter of 2015 from responses to an online survey of corporate executives from 120 unique companies, both large and small representing 600,000 employees and 17 industries. America’s Charities has been conducting research on employee giving for a decade.

About 3BL Media

Founded in 2009, 3BL Media is a corporate communications platform exclusively for the distribution of corporate social responsibility and sustainability news and content. Founded in 2009, the company works with corporations and non-profits to distribute multi-format media assets through social, traditional and new media channels. 3BL has grown organically and through acquisition, operating a network of focused, authoritative sites including CSRwire, Justmeans, SocialEarth, Ethical Performance and ReportAlert. Content issued by 3BL Media clients also appears on hundreds of thousands of Bloomberg and Reuters terminals.

About America’s Charities

America’s Charities is a national mission-driven organization that connects public and private sector employers with charities to engage employees in greater giving. The organization operates as a strategic consulting partner for philanthropic organizations, nonprofits and the business community to increase social impact, and has been at the forefront of employee giving since 1980. America’s Charities’ experience combined with an accountable and transparent process has resulted in raising more than $650 million for more than 10,000 charities addressing a range of causes including education, human rights, hunger, poverty, research, animals, veterans, disaster relief and health services. Information about America’s Charities can be found at www.charities.org, as well as on our social media networks.

Contact: Dave Armon of 3BL Media, 866.508.0993, ext. 123, or darmon@3blmedia.com

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CAMPAIGN: Sustainability Communications Webinar Series

CONTENT: Article