Bottom up giving: The company that lets employees choose which local charities to support: #Updates In Nov. 2014, Nancy Boutet looked up from her desk at the J.V. Fletcher Library in Westford, Massachusetts, where she is the youth services director,…
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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!
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.
tcbblogs.org – Matteo Tonello By Matteo Tonello, Managing Director, Corporate Leadership at The Conference Board Research conducted by CECP, in association with The Conference Board, reveals companies that increased giving by 10 percent or more saw a median 14 percent growth in pre-tax profit and a median 9 percent growth in revenue, compared with a median 9 percent growth…
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.
tcbblogs.org – Matteo Tonello By Matteo Tonello, Managing Director, Corporate Leadership at The Conference Board Research conducted by CECP, in association with The Conference Board, shows that corporate philanthropy officers are making an evermore pervasive case for a cohesive, enterprise-wide giving strategy, urging colleagues to contribute to and inform its development…