Tuesday, October 16, 2012 -
8:15am to 10:30am EDT
Philanthropy New York, 79 Fifth Ave., 4th floor, NYC
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Today, corporate philanthropy has the opportunity to redefine purpose and value for corporate foundations and giving programs. Visionary leaders have demonstrated that when corporate philanthropy is managed as an investment in society, it can become a powerful catalytic force for change.
The Council on Foundations research publication Increasing Impact, Enhancing Value: A Practitioner's Guide to Leading Corporate Philanthropy proposes a redefined purpose and value for corporate foundations and giving programs. This study provides clear and practical paths forward for the future of the field and the role of corporate foundations, guided by a five-point framework.
Join us as results from the Guide, including an overview of the five Leadership Imperatives, are examined. Learn innovative ways to position corporate philanthropy programs to meet business needs as well as the pressing challenges of our times.
- Ways to utilize this new resource to support strategic philanthropy discussions within your company and with community stakeholders
- Approaches to increase the collective impact and value of corporate philanthropy to business and society through a balanced portfolio strategy
- Insights from practitioners who have and who are transforming their philanthropy programs with measureable results
A Philanthropy New York Collaborative Program with the Council on Foundations.
Rhonda Mims, President, ING Foundation and Head of Office of Corporate Responsibility, ING U.S.
Caroline Roan, Vice President, Corporate Responsibility & Reputation at Pfizer Inc and President, Pfizer Foundation
Kimberly H. Young, Director, Corporate Services, Council on Foundations
All corporate funders.