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Infographic: Why Giving Back Is Good For Your Business

Corporate giving towards community and economic development is on the rise.  This infographic from CECP sums up why businesses should continue to approach CSR from a local perspective.

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Sources: http://cecp.co/research/benchmarking-reports/giving-in-numbers-index.html

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Tranquil Tuesdays at CECP

Tranquil Tuesdays was honored to participate in the annual CECP Summit as part of the “Giving in China and India” Session.

As a key conference for corporate giving, CSR focuses on social enterprise engaged multinational companies, CECP “draws together and empowers senior executives of the world’s leading companies to achieve unprecedented progress on societal challenges.” 

CECP’s focus on combining business success with social engagement and giving is exactly in line with Tranquil Tuesdays’ social enterprise mission so we were so proud to be representing Chinese social enterprises at the CECP Summit!

Together with our retail partners the AsiaStore at Asia Society, we were invited to showcase Tranquil Tuesdays’ collections of teas and teaware during the session at CECP’s Summit on “Giving in China and India” and had a great time sharing our teas and our work in China with the attendees!


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CECP Corporate Philanthropy Summit: Pro Bono Service Panel

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CECP Corporate Philanthropy Summit: Pro Bono Service Panel

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June 2008. Case Foundation CEO Jean Case participates in a Pro Bono Service panel at the 2008 CECP Corporate Philanthropy Summit (June 3-4).

United Way’s Women United in Philanthropy Fashion Show and Wine Tasting, March 18, 2010 at Leone

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Kataneh Sherkat, Saeedeh Salem, Christie King, Cathie Van Alstine, Pamela Martin



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Ilia Salita of the Genesis Philanthropy Group Accepts Lautenberg Prize at Hillel’s 2013 Renaissance Gala

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Hillel joins NCSJ: Advocates on Behalf of Jews in Russia, Ukraine, the Baltic States & Eurasia in awarding the inaugural Lautenberg Prize to the Genesis Philanthropy Group. Ilia Salita accepts the award.

Photo credit: Max W. Orenstein Photography

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CECP CEO Daryl Brewster and Marc Benioff, CEO and Chairman of the Board of salesforce.com, share their perspectives on corporate philanthropy, and they rally other CEOs to do more.


On Monday, February 25th, CECP held its 8th annual Board of Boards CEO Conference. In addition to an expert panel of thought leaders, the 2013 Excellence Awards in Corporate Philanthropy were announced.

This year’s Chairman’s Award went to IBM for their Smarter Cities Challenge, and The Mosaic Company received the President’s Award for The Mosaic Villages Project: Fertilizer as Capital

For more photos, visit our Flickr page.

NSE Led Corporate Nigeria and Celebrities to “e-race” Cancer at the 2016 NSE Corporate Challenge

NSE Led Corporate Nigeria and Celebrities to “e-race” Cancer at the 2016 NSE Corporate Challenge

Hundreds of individuals, corporates and celebrities hit the street of Lagos on Saturday, May 14, 2016, to run against cancer in the 3rd edition of the NSE Corporate Challenge tagged “e-Race Cancer”, organized by The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), in conjunction with the Committee Encouraging Corporate Philanthropy (CECP).

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The race which started at the Muri-Okunola Park, Adeyemo Alakija Street,…

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