EngagementMatters365: Get Expert CSR Advice From Kimberly-Clark, Marriott, And More

New CSR Center Features Kimberly-Clark, Marriott, Wells Fargo, And More

Our new CSR Center just launched, featuring insights and trends on engaging employees, building better corporate partnerships, and improving workplace culture from leading companies. Check out the articles:

  • A New Hope: Engaging New Employees in your CSR Efforts by Erin Gollhofer, Kimberly-Clark Corp.
  • Managing Results is Half the Leaders’ Job by author S. Chris Edmonds
  • 5 Steps for Successful Corporate-Nonprofit Partnerships, featuring Jerome Tennille, Marriott International
  • Why Employee Engagement Matters, featuring Charu Raheja, Continuwell & TriageLogic Group

Why Employee Engagement Surveys Matter by Peter Dudley, formerly Wells Fargo, now Cancer Support Community

3 WAYS NONPROFITS CAN REACH DONORS DURING THE COMBINED FEDERAL CAMPAIGN

The upcoming months are pivotal for nonprofits: The Combined Federal Campaign runs September 10, 2018 to January 11, 2019. We are hard at work connecting military and federal employees to your mission and finding donors passionate about your cause.

Here are three easy ways you can take action to enhance our efforts during the Combined Federal Campaign:

  1. Email donors that have previously given to you through the CFC If you need your donor list, contact info@healthcharities.org
  2. Advertise your CFC number on the main page of your website and on supplementary materials
  3. Participate in charity speaking events at local government offices. Are you needing training or are unsure how to register for speaking events? Contact info@healthcharities.org

Together, with the powerful support of more than 3.8 million military and federal workers, we are building stronger, healthier communities.

Mark Your Calendars: Join Marriott To Maximize Your Corporate Partnerships

Looking to increase the impact of your corporate partnerships? Join Jerome Tennille, Manager of Volunteerism for Marriott International, to learn how to best align with companies for mutual benefit: “Corporate Social Responsibility – Making it Work for your Organization’s Volunteer Program” on Tuesday, September 18 at 1:00 PM.

Before the webinar, check out some of Jerome’s advice on creating successful corporate-nonprofit partnerships.

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Jerome Tennille is the Manager of Volunteerism for Marriott International, where he leads the company’s traditional and skills-based volunteer programs, ensuring they reflect the latest innovations, technologies, and best practices. This includes Marriott’s global week and month of community service, providing the framework, resources, and support needed for volunteerism efforts to be executed both globally and locally.

 

Community Health Charities Partners With The OKC Dodgers For American Indian Health

Pictured From Left To Right: Shelly Douglas, Community Health Charities; Governonr Edwina Butler-Wolfe, Absentee Shawnee Tribe, and Josh Hill, OKC Dodgers

Play ball! Community Health Charities teamed up with the Oklahoma City Dodgers and the Southern Plains Tribal Health Board to support American Indian health.

The three organizations hosted the American Indian Health Fund Night at Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark on Friday, August 17. Tickets for the baseball game were sold at a special rate of $16, with $2 of each ticket supporting the American Indian Health Fund. The American Indian Health Fund is a program founded by Community Health Charities and the Southern Plains Tribal Health Board that supports and improves American Indian’s health.

Edwina Butler-Wolfe, Governor of the Absentee Shawnee Tribe, threw the first pitch.

Read the full article in Mvskoke Media. Support Community Health Charities’ American Indian Health cause to advocate for the health of American Indians.

Support All Kids Going Safely Back To School

September signifies one thing: The end of summer vacation.

Kids across the country are filling up their backpacks, packing their lunches, and headed back to school. However, not every child has access to a safe, healthy learning environment: Every day, 160,000 students skip school for fear of being bullied. Nearly 27,000 children are diagnosed with a life-threatening illness annually, and many more face uncertain futures due to life-limiting conditions.

Support End Bullying and Every Kid Deserves causes to help give every child a brighter future.