EXPERTS FROM AMERICAN EXPRESS, THE COCA-COLA COMPANY, JOHNSON & JOHNSON, AND MORE SHARE ENGAGEMENT STRATEGIES
Thank you to everyone who attended the 17th Annual [email protected] Employee Engagement Summit June 27-28, 2018. The preconference sold out and the Summit was packed. Participants joined distinguished presenters from American Express, Best Buy, The Coca-Cola Company, Campbell Soup Company, KPMG US, Johnson & Johnson, and more leading global companies to discuss engaging employees and driving greater social impact. Let us know if you would like access to event materials and presentations.
CORPORATE PARTNERS: OUR CORPORATE PORTAL LAUNCHED THIS WEEK
Community Health Charities appreciates your time and diligence in managing your organization’s workplace giving campaign. To help you, we have centralized support services for our corporate partners with our new corporate portal. Register to create your account.
Your account gives you access to update your workplace information and contacts, request nonprofit partner representation at campaign events, and review campaign reporting. We will continue to add features over time to enhance user experience and convenience.
INCREASE EMPLOYEE RETENTION BY PRIORITIZING CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
It’s no longer enough for organizations to exist and create a profit—employees are expecting organizations to make a positive impact.
75% of US workers expect their employer to support groups and individuals and need in their respective communities, either through donations and/or volunteer efforts, reported a Glassdoor Study.
Is your organization meeting industry standards?
Whether it’s your first time running a workplace giving campaign or you’re looking to increase participation, Community Health Charities has the resources to help you meet your goals and increase employee engagement.
BP EMPLOYEES TAKE 23 MILLION STEPS
BP ran a One Million Step Challenge where employees who hit the mark over the course of a year were eligible for deductions in their health plans. In one year, 23,000 employees took over 23 billion steps collectively.
For more ideas and resources to prioritize physical and mental health in your workplace, check out our Health and Wellness Guide .
CHALLENGES ON THE HORIZON FOR NONPROFITS AND HOW YOU CAN HELP
- The share of Americans who give to charity is declining.
- Giving has declined in all age groups—not only millennials.
- Nonprofits are increasingly relying on the wealthy.
Community Health Charities is working hard to support our nonprofit partners and make it easy for companies and their employees to build stronger, healthier communities. Check out our resources: workplace giving campaigns, on-site volunteering events, and engagement activities.