For many businesses of all sizes, an important goal is to have a positive social impact on their communities. But how can this be accomplished in this era of unprecedented uncertainty? This workshop will show you how your business can develop a Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) program that will respond to the demands of the current climate and achieve the meaningful results you seek.
By the End of the Workshop, Attendees Will:
Know how to create and grow a CSR program regardless of business size
Understand the mutual benefits of CSR programs to both businesses and nonprofits
Gain ideas on how to innovate while shifting CSR programs in the COVID-19 era and for years to come
Come away with at least one actionable idea to incorporate into their own social impact strategies
Cecile Poyet, Director, Product Marketing, Salesforce.org/Philanthropy Cloud
Cecile Poyet is dedicated to product marketing for Salesforce.org Philanthropy Cloud. Prior to joining Salesforce.org, she built and led the co-marketing machine for top ISV partners and resellers at Salesforce.com. She has 14 years of experience marketing innovative technology for large and small IT companies, including IBM, ILOG and Hortonworks.
Michael Hannigan, Former CEO and Co-Founder, Give Something Back
Michael Hannigan served as President and Co-Founder of Give Something Back Office Supplies, California’s largest independent business-to-business office supply company, for 29 years. After a successful career in the office equipment industry, he co-founded Give Something Back (GSB) in 1991, Oakland, CA. Modeled on Newman’s Own food company, GSB’s profits were donated to nonprofit groups selected by its customers and employees. GSB garnered dozens of awards including Corporate Grant maker of the Year, U.S. Small Business Administration Business of the Year, and one of the 10 most generous companies in America.
Reem Assil, Founder & Owner, Reem's California
Reem Assil is a Palestinian-Syrian chef based in Oakland working at the intersection of food, community, and social justice. She is the owner of Reem’s California, a nationally acclaimed restaurant, inspired by her passion for Arab street corner bakeries and the vibrant communities that surround them. Reem invokes the central virtue of her Arab culture — hospitality — to build strong, resilient, and connected community. Reem sits at the intersection of her three passions: food, community, and social justice. She combines her lifelong experience of fighting for justice and her nearly two decades of professional experience in nonprofits and the food industry to build towards her vision for a more socially and economically just world.
Stacey Smith, Principal Consultant, SKS Consulting
SKS Consulting provides organizational development, program evaluation, board development, fundraising and volunteer management support to nonprofits and other public sector agencies. Stacey Smith, M.B.A., blends 20+ years of consulting experience with innovative best practices to deliver customized, affordable, and achievable solutions that strengthen systems and overcome barriers. She began her career in nonprofit marketing and fundraising, and understands the mutual benefit and positive social impact of successful business-nonprofit partnerships.
How Businesses Can Make a Social Impa...
Date and Time
Tuesday Nov 17, 2020
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM PST
Tuesday, November 17th
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Free to Members and Non-Members