Ten Years After Katrina: The Evolution of Corporate Response to Disasters

André Solórzano Manager, Data Insights, CECP August 21, 2015–At the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, CECP looks back at how disaster relief response has changed among companies. We found that overall, the data show that aggregate giving from corporations for disaster relief has decline...

CECP’s Predictions for 2014

December 23, 2013–As we look towards 2014, CECP predicts what the New Year will bring, based on insights from our conversations in 2013 with more than 200 decision-makers in corporate citizenship and philanthropy from CECP’s community of leading companies. Here are five of our predictions: 1...

Fast Tracking Global Giving through Regulation

December 10, 2013–Imagine if your company had to double its giving. By next year. Considering median total corporate giving in 2012 was one percent of pre-tax profit, the majority of companies are not so far from feeling this pressure if their governments enacted a law along these lines. While...

Companies Lean on Professional Staff to Support Communities Worldwide

October 21, 2013–Why pro bono? Nonprofit organizations all over the world receive free access to professional services that typically cost thousands of dollars. Corporate employees use their skills to help causes they care about. Businesses create volunteer experiences that can influence the r...

Behind the Numbers: What do Trends in Corporate Giving Mean for You?

October 1, 2013–CECP, where Fortune 500 companies turn to achieve societal progress and sustainable business performance, recently released its annual Giving in Numbers – 2013 Edition. We analyze in that report how corporate giving evolved during the global recession of 2008 and 2009; despit...

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