Corporate givers look to future
The growing interconnectedness of global markets and the rising severity of social problems that threaten the long-term success of business point to the need for companies to set a new course for solving social problems.
Answering the corporate call to service
As nonprofits experience increasing community needs and decreasing cash support, corporate donors have a worthy asset to offer -- the skills of their workforce.
Companies reinvent giving for ‘new era’
In an economy and marketplace undergoing sweeping changes because of the recession, companies increasingly aim to make their giving more strategic, collaborative and productive.
Corporate giving seen undergoing strategic shift
Corporate giving is down, in-kind donations are up, and many businesses are looking for greater accountability from their nonprofit partners, a new study says.
Corporate giving mixed in 2008
More than half of American companies gave more to charity in 2008 than 2007, but total contributions fell slightly, a new study says.
Corporate giving seen linked to reputation
In Britain, corporations with a presence in countries restricting human rights may be giving more to charity to stave off public ill will, a new study says.
Corporate giving can restore trust, report says
Corporations must take active steps to heal their communities for everyone’s financial well-being, says a report by the Committee Encouraging Corporate Philanthropy.
Businesses should step up in soft economies
When the markets are weakened, there is even greater demand by the nonprofit community for companies to increase their giving.
Food banks feel the pinch
As food banks across the U.S. are squeezed by rising demand and costs, corporate partners remain a valued source of cash and product.
Corporate donors adjust to economic slump
While corporations are hit by dwindling profits, nonprofits face rising needs. Experts weigh in on the toll the economy will take on corporate giving.