Causes: Implementation & Initial Key Learnings

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Causes: Implementation & Initial Key Learnings

By Thomas G. Bognanno
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Tuesday, March 10, 2015 - 11:00am

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We know how important it is to continually be on top of current trends and be flexible in this ever-changing environment of employee engagement. The last couple of years, we have been hearing more and more about the importance of millennials and their giving habits. Overall, millennials are interested in giving to a cause rather than a specific charity. According to the Millennial Impact Project, 75% of millennials donated to causes last year and 63% said they gave their time to volunteer.

Now that we have this information, how do organizations like Community Health Charities and those that make up Charities@Work (America’s Charities, EarthShare, Global Impact) meet those needs? How do we ensure we are creating effective cause-related programs that meet a company’s needs and those of their employees? Read more...

 

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Keywords: Events, Media & Communications | Corporate Citizenship | Diversity & Inclusion | Employee Engagement | Philanthropy & Cause Initiatives | Responsible Business & Employee Engagement | Social Impact & Volunteering | corporate volunteering | employee volunteering | workplace giving

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