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In this session, we will touch on the complexities of U.S. headquartered companies making charitable contributions outside of the United States. While giving globally is essential for multinational corporations, it is important to understand the nuances to ensure that your company, and senior officials, do not fall in with what the old says of “No good deeds go unpunished.”
- Recent changes to regulations in the U.S.
- Recent changes to regulations in various countries
- Global Employee Giving Campaigns and Matching Gifts
- Company vs. Foundation vs. Intermediary Giving
- Centralized vs. local giving
In this session, we discuss how to better evaluate and measure the work we do in corporate citizenship. For the last two years, we have been in partnership with the Impact Genome Project to look at the cost of desired outcomes through our work with various nonprofits. Last year we launched resources for companies to help them be more effective in the corporate citizenship work under the banner of Optimizing Societal Impact.
Components include a microsite on the TCB website, a report, and the new Price of Impact Index™.
- Ways to improve the impact and efficiency of your philanthropic programs
- How to better utilize the Price of Impact Index™ in your work
- Work with your nonprofits more effectively by determining the actual cost of achieving an outcome
- Better communicate your efforts to your employees, customers, the public, and the media by presenting your work through meaningful impact data
This session will touch on the nuts and bolts of disaster philanthropy; with the increase of natural disasters and pandemics in 2020, how did companies prepare and respond? Hear from leading industry experts outlining best practices and lessons learned in 2020 and how companies are planning for more frequent and severe occurrences.
- Disaster Decision Matrixes
- Lessons Learned from 2020
- Collaborations between NGOs, governments, and other businesses
- Utilizing the company’s core resources. The right mix of money, product donations, and in-kind support
- Recovery and rebuilding plans. The importance of long term engagement
- Strategies around effective relief efforts, recovery, and rebuilding
- How they use predictive weather models for planning
- The implication of Climate change
- Man-made disasters/tragedies
Corporate Citizenships professionals have had to adapt in 2020 quickly. With the increase in natural disasters, a reckoning of racial and social justice issues, a need for more meaningful measurement, and a more unstable global environment, what does this mean for practitioners? How are businesses preparing and responding?
This 3-part series addresses how best to operationalize corporate citizenship and philanthropy for the current environment, focusing on Disaster Philanthropy, International Giving, and Making Better Decisions through Data.