EngagementMatters365: Successful NYC events draw NFL, ESPN, Target, Chevron, and Cleveland Cavaliers

ESPN, Target, Coca-Cola, and more help make NYC Summit a Success

Last week, more than 160 leaders from the NFL, Target, ESPN, Comcast, BET/Viacom, Cleveland Cavaliers, Spotify, Chevron, BSE Global/Brooklyn Nets, Coca-Cola and more joined Community Health Charities in New York City for the 18th Annual [email protected] Employee Engagement Summit. Highlights included a new senior leader shark tank to tackle tough issues like demonstrating ROI, professional development for emerging leaders, a volunteer experience packing more than 10,000 meals to help end hunger, plus a robust Summit with top social impact and diversity and inclusion leaders. View the speakers, program, and event photos.

Thank you to CHC board members who shared their expertise: Kevin Clayton from Cleveland Cavaliers, Lori Billingsley from Coca-Cola (for Bea Perez), Jillian Mershon from Comcast, Alex Cunningham from Chevron, Erin Gollhofer from Kimberly-Clark, Peter Dudley from Cancer Support Community, and Charu Raheja from Continuwell who attended in support.

The Future of Workforce and Community Health in NYC

Community Health Charities recently held its second invitation-only health convening in New York City, hosted by PwC. This breakfast brought together leading companies and organizations to discuss social determinants of health – factors such as inequity or lack of access that impact health – and share in solutions-oriented conversations to improve employee and community health. Speakers included leaders from American Express, Chevron, PwC, CUNY University, and Liberation Health Strategies. Check out the recap and event photos.

Campbell Soup Company Executive Shares CSR Expertise 

Don’t miss the latest CSR Center piece by an executive from Campbell Soup Company and more.

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Continental Resources’ Focus on Health is Paying Off for Employees

For over four years, Continental Resources has been a CHC partner. During the company’s month-long giving campaign in 2018, Continental employees raised over $325,000 – the largest in campaign history. Read why the promotion of health and well-being is a priority for this company and why they value their partnership with Community Health Charities.

Community Health Charities in the News

Check out our recent news coverage in Forbes, Thrive Global and more, including: