Email Newsletter Posted on: June 26, 2018June 26, 2018 CSR PROFESSIONALS, DON’T MISS OUT: JUNE 28 IN NYC It’s your last chance to register for the 17th Annual Charities@Work Employee Engagement Summit, chaired by Community Health Charities. Join leaders from American Express, Campbell Soup Company, the Coca-Cola Company, Johnson & Johnson and more to drive greater employee engagement and social impact. Don’t miss this opportunity to network with corporate leaders from across the country—the June 27 Preconference Peer-Learning Workshop is already SOLD OUT. Register now for the June 28 Employee Engagement Summit. CORPORATE PARTNERS, WE’RE LAUNCHING A CORPORATE PORTAL NEXT MONTH Community Health Charities values the time our corporate partners dedicate to building healthier communities and recognizes the importance of convenience in achieving our engagement goals. We are centralizing support services for our corporate partners by developing a campaign portal launching in mid-July. Within this new platform, campaign coordinators will have access to readily available resources specific to their company. Many features like the ability to update contact and profile information, access campaign tools and guides, request charity partner attendance at events, and view reporting will enhance our communications during every phase of the campaign process. Additional information coming soon to campaign coordinator email inboxes. COMMUNITY HEALTH CHARITIES ELECTS OFFICERS TO LEAD NATIONAL BOARD OF DIRECTORS Community Health Charities recently elected an impressive slate of incoming officers to lead the National Board and achieve the organization’s new mission to empower people to take action to improve health and wellbeing. “I could not be more proud to serve alongside these visionary leaders,” said Cynthia Rolfe, national board chair, Community Health Charities. “Each officer brings career experience and personal commitment to health and well-being. All the board members are honored to help Community Health Charities ensure our partners can build healthier communities far into the future.” National Board leadership includes: Cynthia Rolfe, Board Chair; Stephen Keith, MD, MSPH, Vice Chair; Kevin Clayton, Vice Chair; Linda G. Blount, Secretary; and Eric T. Jones, Treasurer. JILLIAN NIESLEY AND ROMANA ROLNIAK JOIN COMMUNITY HEALTH CHARITIES NATIONAL BOARD OF DIRECTORS Community Health Charities is thrilled to welcome two new board members: Jillian Nielsey, Senior Manager of Strategic Partnerships, Community Impact, Comcast Corporation, and Romana Rolniak, Communication Manager II at Walmart U.S. They’re joining an evolving team of corporate professionals and nonprofit executives working to build stronger, healthier communities. STARTING A WORKPLACE GIVING CAMPAIGN? WE’VE GOT YOU COVERED Whether it’s your first time running a workplace giving campaign or you’re looking to increase participation, our Campaign Coordinator Guide has everything you need from starting the campaign to announcing its success. KICKSTART YOUR COMMUNITY IMPACT WITH GIVINGMATTERS365 Community Health Charities offers companies our own online giving platform, GivingMatters365, connecting your employees directly to the causes important to them through stories of impact, volunteer opportunities, goal updates and incentives, and more. “Protolabs has a commitment to making a difference in the areas in which we live and work. Partnering with Community Health Charities strengthens that commitment and provides a way for our employees to give back to local charities close to their hearts,” said Alex Sovell, an employee at Protolabs. “The giving platform [GivingMatters365], has provided an additional way to engage our employees in our Community Health Charities events. As a high-tech manufacturing company, we rely heavily on technology in our day-to-day and the platform is very user friendly for our employees.” Learn more about Community Health Charities’ flexible solutions to engage employees, reach CSR goals, and build healthier communities. COMMUNITY HEALTH CHARITIES PRESIDENT & CEO JOINS ZERO BOARD OF DIRECTORS Thomas Bognanno, Community Health Charities President and CEO, has been elected to serve on the national board of directors for ZERO: The End of Prostate Cancer, a leading nonprofit with a mission to end prostate cancer. “I am joining with ZERO to help them end prostate cancer. The fact is every 18 minutes another American dies from prostate cancer—that’s 29,430 deaths per year. That’s enough to fill a baseball stadium,” said Bognanno. Thomas Bognanno is an advocate for men’s health, sharing his experience with prostate cancer to encourage men and families to prioritize their health. HEAT UP YOUR EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT Summer starts next week: How are you keeping your employees engaged during the summer months? Change up your employee engagement program and take advantage of the warm weather: host a picnic during lunch, find outdoor volunteer opportunities, offer flexible hours on Friday afternoons, and prioritize your employees. Use our Tools For Engagement Guide and Year-Round Employee Engagement Calendar for more ideas to liven up your workplace this summer and our Health and Wellness Guide to keep your employees happy and healthy. Pick a cause for employees to support that is relevant to summer months, such as KOA Care Camps, Camps For Kids With Diabetes, Camps For Kids With Health Challenges, and more to help children facing long-term health challenges get the chance to be kids in a safe environment this summer. Post navigation Community Health Charities Elects Officers to Lead National Board of DirectorsCan Your Company Afford To Not Prioritize Employee Health?