How it works
Your company's 1% investment can come from three main areas:
- Cash and in-kind contributions
- Time employees spend volunteering during paid work hours
- Management costs associated with community programs
$750Annual Program FeePayable upon receipt of designation
$1,500Annual Program FeePayable upon receipt of designation
$3,000Annual Program FeePayable upon receipt of designation
$5,000Annual Program FeePayable upon receipt of designation
$6,000Annual Program FeePayable upon receipt of designation
$7,000Annual Program FeePayable upon receipt of designation
$8,000Annual Program FeePayable upon receipt of designation
$9,000Annual Program FeePayable upon receipt of designation
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Best Practice Guide for Caring Companies
This guide provides all the information you need to make the most of your designation, from helpful tips for announci
“Wake Up Call: Navigating New Pathways for Corporate Community Investment in Canada” reveals the recent, cataclysmic shifts within Canada’s social good sector, encouraging companies to rethink how they invest in and engage with their communities.
Profit, Purpose and Talent: Trends and Motivations in Corporate Giving and Volunteering shows that employees value the community contributions of their employers, and that high levels of community engagement lead to long-term business advantages for corporations.
In a recent presentation briefing the Caring Companies on the current state of community investment, we explored the experience of the charitable and nonprofit sector during the peak of the global pandemic and what impact this has on corporate community investment practices in Canada. With current social and economic trends, strategies will need to be adaptive and innovative to meet the needs of communities.
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