Corporate Relations & Engagement
For an industry that’s long been faced with the challenge of donations coming seasonally — during the holidays, for instance — the opportunity to fuel new growth and greater, more consistent impact through brands seeking corporate social responsibility is enormous.
Lowe’s committed $2 million in appliances to Good360 to support families recovering from the series of deadly tornadoes in the South.
Donor fatigue is a slow burn. Whether it manifests itself through a dwindling regular contribution, a shift in finances, a loss of inspiration, event support or an unforeseen reason, a once-enthusiastic financial contributor may come to a point where they’re just not as interested as they used to be.
Inevitably, new generations and ways of doing things are fundamentally changing how we view the idea of philanthropy. Corporations want to stay relevant for their image and the bottom line. As a result, they see how the wind's blowing and are exploring going beyond simply writing checks to nonprofits.
During this webinar attendees will learn the impacts of COVID-19 on the nonprofit sector.
Since 2019, Skechers has donated a quarter from each BOBS from Skechers product sold in the U.S. and Canada to Petco Love, a nonprofit that helps to save the lives of dogs, cats and other pets in America’s shelters. The shoe brand announced last week that its efforts reached the $7 million mark...
The Colorectal Cancer Alliance announced a trio of major gifts from corporate partners on Monday. The donations specifically target the health disparities in colorectal cancer among underserved communities that face barriers in access to screening and prevention as Black Americans are 20% more likely to be diagnosed and 40% more likely to die from the disease...
Nhu Te is joined by Ari Simon of Pinterest and Paul D’Alessandro of D’Alessandro, Inc.
Nonprofits have seen reduced budgets, canceled events, programming pivoting to virtual many other challenges during this past year.
Recently, I received an announcement that Ari Simon was going to head up Pinterest’s Social Impact and Philanthropy division.