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Corporate Charity

Why Are The Most Profitable Companies So Stingy?!

www.slate.com | Posted 08.08.2013 | Impact

A few weeks ago, I chaperoned my son’s preschool field trip to the Maryland Science Center. As we entered the lobby, the kids were drawn to the arti...

Why Companies Aren't Just Writing Checks To Charities Anymore

Posted 01.20.2012 | Impact

Charitable giving is up, but executives aren't just throwing money at causes anymore. They're focusing on engaging their employees in volunteerism, a ...

Generating Profits, Social Impact and Smiles

David Hessekiel | Posted 03.13.2012 | Good News
David Hessekiel

To start the year off on an inspirational note, here are three examples of causepreneurs who've built beloved, successful companies that emphasize a commitment to caring for others.

Nonprofits Could Lose More Than Money if Fannie and Freddie Giving Ends

Lindsey Buss | Posted 12.07.2011 | DC
Lindsey Buss

It's not just Fannie and Freddie's money that we'll miss in the years to come -- it's also the long-term partnership and dedication to change that they've invested in the nonprofit community and in the people we serve.

Corporate Charitable Giving To Stay Flat In 2011

The Chronicle of Philanthropy | Posted 09.26.2011 | Impact

Charitable giving by America's biggest companies will probably be flat in 2011, after a sharp rebound in 2010, according to a Chronicle survey of 180 ...

Corporate Giving Plunge: 60 Percent Of Businesses Donate Less In 2009

The Chronicle of Philanthropy | Posted 05.25.2011 | Impact

A majority of big companies cut their giving in 2009, according to a study released Wednesday by the Committee Encouraging Corporate Philanthropy, in ...