The business case for volunteers: Hands-on still matters The recent news from Yahoo’s Chief Executive to end remote working arrangements for several hundred employees brings a spotlight to the benefits of ... Read More
Quantifying volunteer activities: the Independent Sector Approach Every year, the nonprofit Independent Sector releases an estimated value of volunteer time: for 2011, that calculation is $21.79 per hour of ... Read More
Tracking the Business and Social ROI of Grantmaking This month’s excellent 2012 CECP Corporate Philanthropy Summit included plenty of room for tackling important measurement issues. As host of one of ... Read More
Benefits of Skills-Based Volunteerism: ROI Tracker Findings So, what are the actual, bottom-line benefits of skills-based volunteerism? Since 2010, True Impact has collected volunteerism impact data from more ... Read More
CSR Tools: 3 Tactics for Maximizing Skill Gains in Volunteerism This year’s ROI Tracker participants generated more than $6.7 million dollars in services to nonprofit partners – but some generated more social and ... Read More
The Social and Business Value of Skills Based Volunteerism & Pro Bono This Monday, February 27th, Farron Levy of True Impact and Lindsay Firestone of Taproot Foundation will co-present “Measuring the Impact of Your ... Read More
Measuring Corporate Citizenship: Does CSR Enhance Performance?   Evidence that corporate social responsibility programs can increase revenue by attracting and retaining customers continues to grow. In the working ... Read More
Want to Engage and Recruit Millennials? Try Volunteering. Millennial-generation employees who frequently participate in Deloitte’s volunteer initiatives have more positive attitudes toward their job and ... Read More
Measuring Volunteerism, Employee Training and Satisfaction High-quality volunteer programs provide an experiential learning opportunity for employees to develop new relationships, solve problems, and take ... Read More