Unforgettable Corporate Volunteer Programs

Posted by on December 30, 2013 in CSR, Non-Profit

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As you know if you’re a reader of this blog, I love talking to CSR leaders and finding out what they’re doing to push the envelope with corporate volunteering.  I shared some of my favorite examples of community involvement programs with you recently, and here are some more names of corporate volunteer programs to add to any discussion of best practices with employee volunteering.

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Ryan Scott

Ryan Scott is a technology entrepreneur who founded Causecast in 2007, driven to help companies harness their power to do good. Through Causecast’s work in developing public service campaigns for leading brands, Scott observed how even the most socially responsible businesses typically under-utilize their best cause advocates; their employees. In researching this phenomenon he discovered that most of the technology to manage employee volunteering and corporate philanthropy was created in the previous century and was struggling to work at the scale that we need to move the needle on the social issues we face.

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