20 Truths about Corporate Philanthropy
October 2016 | Conference KeyNotes
When 46 experts met to discuss corporate social responsibility and sustainability at the Strategic Community Impact Symposium in New York City, we took notes. Here are the highlights.
2004 Corporate Contributions Report
October 2004 | Research Report
This report is an annual overview of corporate giving based on information supplied by the largest U.S. corporations.
2005 Corporate Contributions Report
December 2005 | Research Report
An analysis of the giving patterns of 189 major corporations in 2004.
2006 Corporate Contributions Report
January 2007 | Research Report
Total U.S. and international giving from 211 of the largest companies and corporate foundations amounted to $9.78 billion, which represents 71.02 percent of estimated U.S. corporate charitable giving in 2005.
2007 Corporate Contributions Report
January 2008 | Research Report
Charitable giving by companies and corporate foundations grew at a relatively modest rate in FY 2006 and kept pace with corporate profits.
2011 Corporate Contributions Report
November 2011 | Research Report
This report is based on the 2011 edition of The Conference Board Corporate Contributions Survey, which gathered data on charitable contributions made by U.S.-based companies in FY2010.
2012 Citizenship and Sustainability Conference KeyNotes Report
October 2012 | Conference KeyNotes
The best way to ensure your organization’s operations meet society’s expectations is to embed corporate responsibility into your business practices
2013 Summit on Sustainability Conference KeyNotes Report
July 2013 | Conference KeyNotes
Many firms no longer see a contradiction between doing good and making a profit, and are incorporating sustainability into their operations and business models.
25 Truths about Sustainability: Insights from the Sustainability Summit
August 2016 | Conference KeyNotes
There’s good and bad news in sustainability. Good: more businesses are taking sustainability seriously. Bad: for many, “growth” still means “selling more product.” The solution: sustainable innovations that also drive business growth.
June 2015 | Case Studies
A company profile from the 2015 report Driving Revenue Growth through Sustainable Products and Services.