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01 Apr. 2014 | Comments (0)

The deadline for the 2014 Giving in Numbers survey has been extended. If your company has revenue in excess of $2 billion, you still have a chance to take part.

Your participation in this year’s survey will help drive important continuous research, best practices and benchmarking. You'll also benefit from being listed as a survey participant—many companies refer to their response as evidence of corporate social responsibility disclosure. This is the third year that The Conference Board and CECP are working together to publish Giving in Numbers. Our partnership has resulted in a number of benefits to the field, and both organizations are thrilled to continue that partnership this year.

Please contact Michael Stroik ( for more information about this year’s survey. Last year's report, published by CECP in association with The Conference Board, was based on data from 240 companies, including 60 of the largest 100 companies in the Fortune 500. The report found that corporate contributions had returned to prerecession levels, with the majority of companies giving more in 2012 than they did in 2007. This year, we have added new questions regarding social impact measurement and evaluation to help companies benchmark their approaches against peers.



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