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Guidance for corporate community engagement professionals to steer their international strategies and navigate differences across regions.
Developed by CECP, in association with The Conference Board, 'Giving in Numbers: 2014 Edition' is based on data from 261 companies, including 62 of the largest 100 companies in the Fortune 500. The sum of contributions across all respondents of the recent survey on 2013 contributions totaled more than $25 billion in cash and in-kind giving. This report not only presents a profile of corporate philanthropy and employee engagement in 2013, but also pinpoints how corporate community engagement is evolving and becoming more focused following the end of the Great Recession. This is the tenth annual report on trends in corporate giving.
Developed by CECP in association with The Conference Board, "Giving in Numbers: 2013 Edition" is based on data from 2companies including 60 of the largest 100 companies in the Fortune 500. The sum of contributions across all respondents of the 2012 Corporate Giving Survey (CGS), from which the data is pulled, totaled more than $20 billion in cash and in-kind giving. This report not only presents a profile of corporate philanthropy in 2012, but also pinpoints how corporate giving is evolving and becoming more focused since before the recession of 2008 and 2009. This is the ninth annual report on trends in corporate giving.
Given the absence of international standards for defining and measuring charitable giving, CECP and Deloitte set out to build the foundation required to establish one with authority.
This Global Guide represents the first significant step toward a larger objective: leveraging the definition of eligible charitable donations presented herein to unlock a shared language for benchmarking and analysis. In turn, achieving this objective will enable companies and other philanthropic agents to develop more effective collaborations and enhance philanthropy's
CECP, in association with The Conference Board, produces this annual report, Giving in Numbers, which is corporate philanthropy's premier year-over-year analysis of the CGS data focusing on trends in giving, including cash giving, non-cash giving, volunteer programs, management and program costs, giving focus areas, and more. While global economic uncertainty persists, 2011 data show us that giving is being restored across industries as companies acknowledge that the communities in which they operate need their unique resources and skills now more than ever. A majority -- sixty percent -- of companies gave more in 2011 than in 2009, the year during which companies reduced corporate giving in response to the recession.
The Committee Encouraging Corporate Philanthropy has had the privilege of collecting corporate giving data since 2001. The last ten years have yielded a storehouse of information that illuminates the relationship between corporate giving and the macroeconomic and cultural factors that influence businesses and their communities.
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