The Impact of the Economic Downturn on Corporate Giving
13 May, 2009 | ()
The annual Philanthropy Agenda Survey of The Conference Board asks companies to look ahead and share their corporate giving plans for the coming year. For 2009, companies were also asked how the current global economic crisis has affected their giving budgeting and planning. The 2009 Philanthropy Agenda Report, to be released later this spring, provides detailed analysis of the ways that 158 major U.S. companies are adjusting their community engagement initiatives in response to the economic downturn.
Join the report's author, Carolyn Cavicchio, for a pre-release look at the report's findings.
Carolyn Cavicchio was a senior research associate for global corporate citizenship for The Conference Board Center for Corporate Citizenship and Sustainability. With 20 years of experience in the field, Carolyn is a national expert in corporate co... Full Bio
Martin Cohen is director of mid-market programs and services at The Conference Board. In this capacity, he helped launch the Mid-Market Advisory Panel, as well as