GWP’s corporate funder learning network affords the opportunity to build strong relationships with colleagues in corporate giving and CSR. Participants benefit from benchmarking against one another, as well as exchanging strategies for how to capture the value and impact of their company’s philanthropy. Finally, GWP’s corporate members can connect with the region’s leading private foundations and a wide range of civic stakeholders – becoming part of the region’s broader philanthropic sector.
Corporate Funders Learning Network
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Girls and women, especially those of color, are under-represented in computing fields from K-12 right through higher education and the workforce. An abstract of a new report from McKinsey and Pivotal Ventures suggests some ways to address the specific challenges they face.
In 2015, The United Nations defined a set of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) intended to alleviate poverty, preserve the planet and promote universal health and well-being by 2030. Read more about how the Bridgespan Group recently compiled data on ‘big bets’ placed by private foundations, corporate foundations and wealthy donors toward the SDGs.
Join us for this webinar, hosted by Council of Michigan Foundations (CMF) in partnership with the Association of Corporate Citizenship Professionals (AACP), to explore the ins and outs of communication, how to craft effective messaging and share the great corporate philanthropy work that you do through various channels.
GWP’s corporate funders' learning network affords the opportunity to build strong relationships with colleagues in corporate giving and CSR.