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CSR Now!

Publication date: 
09/2011
This weekly blog, written by Tim McClimon, Vice President for Corporate Social Responsibility at American Express and President of the American Express Foundation, is designed to get at what’s happening in corporate social responsibility today — from the point of view of a corporate practitioner.
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Opportunity in Motion: Corporate Social Responsibility Report 2010

Publication date: 
07/2011
Bank of America has released its first Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Report, which outlines activities undertaken in 2010 and highlights the company’s efforts to promote fairness and transparency in its products and services; lending and investing activities in low-income and underserved communities; community-focused philanthropic investments; and company and customer-focused environmental initiatives.
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Corporate Giving Standard

Publication date: 
04/2011
The Corporate Giving Standard (CGS) is a unique peer benchmarking tool for corporate giving professionals. The CGS is an annual survey which provides participants with online access and customized reports. Each year through its CGS survey, CECP collects and reports data on numerous aspects of corporate giving programs internationally. Launched in 2001, the CGS now features more than $105 billion in corporate giving data.
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Giving In Numbers: 2010 Edition

Publication date: 
10/2010
Based on corporate contributions data from over 170 leading companies, including 61 of the Fortune 100, this edition of Giving in Numbers found that giving fell at 59 percent of companies in 2009, with 40 percent of companies decreasing by 10 percent or more. In contrast, aggregate corporate giving in CECP's year-over-year matched set of 95 companies rose in 2009 to $9.93 billion, up 7 percent from 2008 and reaching the highest value in four years — largely attributable to corporate mergers resulting in combined giving budgets and increased donations of medicine by pharmaceutical companies.
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Big Banks Are Too Stingy, Says Watchdog

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01/03/2013
The philanthropic track record at Bank of America, Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Chase and Wells Fargo is “lackluster,” according to a new report from the National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy. Representatives of the banks disputed the report’s...
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