CoffeeTalk is a series of virtual online conversations designed to discuss key trends, ideas, challenges, and opportunities in corporate social responsibility. Hosted by CyberGrants team members, tune in to hear from top leaders across industries discuss success stories and exchange ideas related to their corporate philanthropy programs. No slides, just candid conversations.
So, grab your iced coffee, gather your team (virtually), and join the conversation as we lead discussions about the most important topics facing the industry – from accelerating social impact, to virtual volunteering, to the SDG Giving Landscape.
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How Shell, Exelon, CenterPoint and Alliant Energy Created a Winning Strategy for Volunteerism and Community Engagement
Uniting Your Giving Tuesday Efforts
Topic: During this session, Woodrow Rosenbaum, GivingTuesday’s data expert will share his key findings and unique perspective on giving this year using their data driven research approach, Qgiv’s CEO Todd Baylis will discuss charitable organization fundraising and shifts in giving, and CyberGrants’ SVP of Product and Client Services Pete Karns will expound upon the importance of operational efficiency in corporate giving between donors and nonprofits.
The Evolution of International Paper’s Community Engagement: Incorporating philanthropy, employee engagement, and sustainability
Wednesday, October 28, 1pm – 1:45pm EDT
Topic: In this Coffee Talk session, CyberGrants Nita Kirby talks with Dr. Alissa Campbell Shaw of International Paper for a conversation about their preparation for the most comprehensive global response in the company’s history to help alleviate hunger during the pandemic.
Rapid Relief for Maximum Impact - How AbbVie Leverages Relationships and Infrastructure to Speed Response to 2020’s Biggest Challenges
Living Their Values: Comcast NBCUniversal discusses ways they are building and rebuilding stronger and more inclusive communities
On the Front Lines, and Using FrontDoor. A Discussion with CyberGrants Nonprofit Council.
How PepsiCo Foundation Meets Basic Needs and Feeds Potential toward the UN Sustainable Development Goals
The Power of Employee Resources Groups (ERGs) in Community Engagement
Investing Hearts, Hands and Minds in Service to Communities
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