Nonprofits looking for good corporate fit
Nonprofits that want corporate partners need to do their homework, find companies with missions aligned with their own, identify assets a company can use to help address social problems the nonprofit cares about, and show the impact it is making fixing those problems.
Corporations redefine bottom line
Slammed by the economy and global competition, a growing number of companies are retooling their business model to incorporate philanthropic strategies to address social and global problems that limit their business.
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.
Businesses urged to rethink social role
In an increasingly complex world, corporations need to change the way they do business by changing the way they address social problems, a new report says.
Leadership skills paramount in wake of recession
With nonprofits across the U.S. diminished by the economic pounding of the last year-and-a-half, experts say building executives’ and boards’ ability to chart and maintain a long-term course is critical.