An Introduction To Corporate Charity Events For Your Team
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) strengthens work teams and builds employee skills. Employers gain higher retention rates and employees pursue more promotion and professional development opportunities when CSR is encouraged or supported through volunteering and other charitable programs.
62% of workers 18- to 26-years old would prefer to work for a company that provides opportunities for them to apply their skills to benefit nonprofit organizations.
Over the past ten years companies have become some of the biggest supporters of volunteering, investing more money and resources into community engagement projects. Indeed, volunteering has been steadily moving towards the center of many corporations’ corporate social responsibility initiatives.
Whether you’re planning a large company holiday party or a small charitable event, take fun seriously. The more you plan, the more relaxed you will be and the more fun you’ll have with your team. The worst part of planning a last minute charitable activity is that it will feel last minute, and the only solution to last minute, is to break the bank.