Results for Community

Prize dragon

Prize dragon

December 04, 2006 The Economic Regeneration Award was given to three companies at the 2006 Lord Mayor's Dragon Awards. Read more >
Managing independence

Managing independence

November 28, 2006 It's crucial that corporate foundations manage the links with their founding companies in order to ensure sufficient independence. Read more >
Engaging through giving

Engaging through giving

November 28, 2006 Briefing (Issue 90) has community engagement as its underlying theme, specifically the role of corporate community contributions within the wider mix of socially responsible business behaviour. Read more >
Uncovering America’s philanthropy

Uncovering America’s philanthropy

November 28, 2006 The Corporate Citizenship Company's US researcher, Jen Peckman, asks if UK companies are truly better at giving than their US counterparts, or are they just better at measuring it? Read more >
Democratising culture

Democratising culture

November 28, 2006 Colin Tweedy, chief executive of Arts & Business, highlights the crucial role business plays in UK arts sponsorship. Read more >
Measuring impact

Measuring impact

November 28, 2006 Many community managers are failing to realise the full potential of measuring long-term impact, argues the London Benchmarking Group's Shannon Skaggs. Read more >
The business of giving

The business of giving

July 19, 2006 Philanthropy isn’t dead but companies are getting more picky about who’ll they give their money to. Not only are community investment programmes more likely to be linked to business objectives, donors are starting to demand results. Read more >
Investing in skills will boost deprived communities

Investing in skills will boost deprived communities

July 19, 2006 Government policy on reviving deprived communities is patchy, ineffective and in need of an overhaul. Without a clear steer from above, CSR practitioners can look to Boots for an example of how investing in skills and regeneration can mitigate the impact of large scale job cuts. Read more >