Engaging customers in corporate philanthropy has significant bottom-line potential, but even big brands have struggled with doing it well. Is there a future for consumer-driven philanthropy?
Innovative ways that corporations can be more philanthropic and socially responsible
Companies can achieve more than traditional corporate social responsibility efforts by partnering with celebrities.
Three best moves and three biggest lessons—Marc Benioff reflects on more than a decade of work at the Salesforce.com Foundation.
When we back only proven and incremental ideas, we miss out on the opportunity to test new ones that could potentially change millions of lives.
Business rigor can save and sustain corporate philanthropy.
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Giving 2.0 Project U offers a treasure trove of resources for teachers and students of philanthropy.
Corporate social responsibility programs vs. community partnerships.
HP’s $15 million, plus comprehensive community commitment and capacity building, provides us with a model of success for social change.
Corporate philanthropy is complicated and may have multiple objectives but Peter Karoff, Founder of The Philanthropic Initiative, argues its ultimate intention should be to do no harm.
Making multi-sector collaborations work—a report from the CECP 2012 Corporate Philanthropy Summit.