In my previous blog, I discussed how business leaders can give back to their communities by encouraging their employees to volunteer. To give business leaders all the more reason to encourage their employees to volunteer, here are a few companies that offer their employees incentives for doing so.
As a business leader, you've probably thought about the best ways for your company to assist a philanthropy. Donating money every year is undoubtedly helpful, but it probably doesn’t hold a special meaning for you. Here are three creative ways that your company can...
There are many ways you can model, and even encourage, charitable behavior to teach your children to be selfless. This can help build their self-esteem, teach them the importance of community activism, and give them a greater appreciation for the things they currently have in their lives. Here are a few ideas about how you — and your children — can get involved in philanthropies.
I’m blessed to have reached a high level of success in my professional career, and I have made it my duty to give back to the community that has yielded these great rewards and success. I’m eager to share my involvement with the United Way, Health Care for the Homeless, and Special Olympics, all organizations near and dear to my heart.
Philanthropy is the desire to promote the welfare of others, expressed especially by the generous donation of money to good causes. Although it is generous to donate money to philanthropies, the true extent of philanthropy can be more than just writing a check.
Although I’m an accomplished business executive, I don’t forget about my roots and my commitment to philanthropy. No matter which organization I volunteered with, I realized how important it is to fundraise.
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