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Philanthropy Network's 2017 Corporate Funders' Workshop

15Sep2017
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Friday, September 15, 2017 8:30am
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There is a growing awareness that businesses can build a sustainable competitive advantage, while also creating positive and lasting change for individuals, shareholders and communities. Even traditional foundations, corporate venture capitalists and Fortune 500 companies have noticed -- corporate citizenship is value-creating!

 

 

Philanthropy Network's 2017 Corporate Funders' Workshop

In today's world it is critical that businesses demonstrate the value of their Corporate Citizenship both internally and externally. During this workshop, we’ll delve into the latest thinking on measuring the return on investment (ROI) of corporate citizenship and how to effectively communicate its value to various stakeholders.

Friday, September 15, 2017
9:00 AM - 2:30 PM

8:30 AM Registration

Hosted by CIGNA
Two Liberty Place
1601 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19192


Keynote: 21st Century Corporate Philanthropy

Dave Stangis, Vice President, Corporate Responsibility and Chief Sustainability Officer of Campbell Soup, and co-author of 21st Center Corporate Citizenship: A Practical Guide to Delivering Value to Society and Your Business

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There is a growing awareness that businesses can build a sustainable competitive advantage, while also creating positive and lasting change for individuals, shareholders and communities. Even traditional foundations, corporate venture capitalists and Fortune 500 companies have noticed -- corporate citizenship is value-creating!

Dave Stangis will share some of what he has learned in his more than 15 years creating and leading CSR strategies and programs at Intel Corporation and the Campbell Soup Company. There are ways to tap into emerging trends, your organization’s purpose in society and core business processes to deliver measureable value to your business and your community. Dave will join us for an exclusive visit to share his knowledge and insights on this increasingly mandatory aspect of doing business in the 21st century.
 

Following the morning keynote, we will delve into essential hands-on training for the 21st century corporate citizen.

• Workshop 1: Measuring the ROI of your Community Investment Work
• Workshop 2: Communicating Value - Internally and Externally

 


Workshop 1: Measuring the ROI of your Community Investment Work

During this session, we’ll explore the latest thinking on return on investment (ROI) and will focus on how companies and corporate foundation staff can measure the ROI of their community investment work.

 

Workshop 2: Communicating Value - Internally and Externally

Corporate foundation staff will leave this session with workable strategies and tools to effectively communicate the value of their business’ corporate citizenship to various stakeholders both internally and externally.


FEE:

Philanthropy Network Member Rate (must be logged-in):
1st registrant: $295 | Additional registrant(s): $270

Non-Member Rate:
1st registrant: $325 | Additional registrant(s): $305

EPIP/Emerging Practitioner Rate:
$195
(Contact [email protected] to learn more about the Emerging Practitioner rate.)

The cost for this program includes materials, breakfast and lunch.

All attendees with also receive a copy of Dave Stangis’ new book, 21st Center Corporate Citizenship: A Practical Guide to Delivering Value to Society and Your Business.
 

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P: 215-790-9700 | @philanthropyPHL

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