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CECP's Giving in Numbers is the premier industry survey and research, providing standard-setting criteria in a go-to guide that has defined the field and advanced the movement. Over 21 years, CECP has created the largest and most historical data set on trends in the industry, shared by more than 617 multi-billion-dollar companies, representing more than $388 billion in corporate social investments over that time span. The report is embraced by professionals across all sectors globally to understand how corporations invest in society, with topics ranging from cash and in-kind/product, employee volunteerism and giving, and impact measurement. From quick questions, to presentations to company teams, boards, and CEOs, CECP is a trusted advisor to companies, analyzing Giving in Numbers data to provide customized insights to advance strategy and measure the business value.
This study expands on previous research conducted by Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors in 2019 and 2020 to understand the factors that affect a philanthropy's consideration in choosing the length of time for which it will remain active. With the advent of COVID-19, socio-economic uncertainty, and rising geopolitical tensions, the responses from 150 philanthropies from 30 countries to a global survey help illuminate how and why philanthropic organizations make important decisions, including those about philanthropic timeframes.This global research includes an exploration of various dimensions of strategic time horizons and examines strategies and operations, as well as perceived advantages and disadvantages of different philanthropic timeframes. The report also includes views on reasons for giving, causes, geographic flows of funding, decision-making and next-generation involvement.A recording of the launch webinar that highlighted key findings from the report is available to watch here: https://www.rockpa.org/global-trends-and-strategic-time-horizons-in-philanthropy-2022/
This report has been prepared for the WINGS Cultures of Giving Working Group by Roman Sklotskiy from the Center for Philanthropy Development of the Vladimir Potanin Foundation. The WINGS Cultures of Giving Working Group explores and shares the many different types and ways philanthropy exists in the WINGS network as well as the diverse cultures of giving around the world.
A study and mapping of the corporate foundations in Italy. Statistical data and bibliographical references are included.
Short-termism has become a serious concern for corporate governance, and this has inspired a search for institutional arrangements to promote long-term decision-making. This paper supports the hypothesis that corporate time horizons are influenced by ownership structures and particularly that industrial foundations possess characteristics that promote long-termism. Policymakers, business owners, and managers interested in promoting long-term governance models should therefore reconsider the role of ownership structure.
A study that provides data regarding the perception of philanthropy, corporate philanthropy more specifically, by the general public in France. It demonstrates that the legitimity of philanthropy in France is quite high.
Conducted during the first and second quarters of 2017, this online survey is the latest in a series of original Snapshot research reports by America's Charities that track, analyze, and reflect on the changing nature of workplace-centered philanthropy and employee engagement.While previous iterations of Snapshot have focused on how companies are engaging their workers for social impact and how nonprofits are meeting corporate expectations, this latest edition puts the spotlight on the workers themselves. America's Charities wanted to compare and contrast how employees view giving and volunteering at the workplace and how their employers viewed what was important to the company and its employees.The Snapshot 2017 survey includes responses from 1,586 employees representing a diverse group of industries, age groupings, and roles within their respective companies.For previous versions: https://www.charities.org/giving-trends and additional facts and figures: https://www.charities.org/facts-statistics-workplace-giving-matching-gifts-and-volunteer-programs
This report researches 20 of some of the most well known corporate foundations in the UK, to reveal general trends regarding:- sources of income- spending on charitable activities- causes to support- relationship to founder companyThe report then takes a closer look at 5 of these corporate foundations to provide greater insight into where and how they get their funding, who their trustees are, and what causes they are supporting.
An in-depth analysis of 2016 corporate giving and employee engagement data from the world's largest companies, which is published every year by CECP in association with the Conference Board. Previous reports are also availabe there: http://cecp.co/home/resources/giving-in-numbers/
This report demonstrates that, whilst financial support is vital, there can be so much more to the relationship between a business and its foundation. The leading foundations don't isolate themselves. They harness the business acumen and networks of the founding company to create impactful change – then measure the results. Corporate Citizenship Company call them the Game Changers. In analysing results of Corporate Citizenship's global survey of corporate foundations, they have identified six key characteristics that game-changing corporate foundations are exploring in order to innovate for impact.
Guidance for corporate community engagement professionals to steer their international strategies and navigate differences across regions.
This report is part of an evolving series of annual research studies which identify and track foundation giving in the UK.This edition merges last year's separate publications – Foundation Giving Trends and Family Foundation Giving – into a single report. It brings together research data on the Top 300 independent foundations, the Top 150 family or family business foundations, and the Top 50 corporate foundations, all by size of giving. It focus on the Top 300 as together they represent 90% of all giving by value of the 10,000-plus independent foundations in the UK.
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