Dr. Gornitsky Hosts Webinar on Strategic CSR for Public Affairs Council
In March, Dr. Gornitsky spoke to Public Affairs Council members on "Where Does Philanthropy Fit in a Strategic CSR Program" via webinar. In her presentation, she discussed what it means to be strategic as well as best practices in corporate citizenship. Dr. Gornitsky covered best practices in strategy, giving, employee engagement and evaluation.
Dr. Gornitsky Presents Pro Bono Research in Webinar for Charities@Work
On April 12, Dr. Gornitsky spoke about LBG Associates' latest research on pro bono volunteerism in a webinar hosted by Charities@Work. She spoke about the imbalance between the demand for pro bono project by companies and the supply of opportunities coming from the nonprofits. The research focused on the challenges the nonprofits face when taking on pro bono volunteers and the solutions they suggest to help them make better use of this valuable resource. You can listen to the webinar here.
Dr. Gornitsky Interviewed for American Banker Article
Dr. Linda B. Gornitsky was quoted many times in a story in American Banker magazine, commenting on the benefits of volunteerism to community banks. "Volunteering enables a company to make a difference in a community, while also providing employee engagement opportunities," Dr. Gornitsky was quoted in a story about SunWest Bank in Irvine, CA, and its international fellowship program, something that is unusual for a community bank. The full article is available at http://www.americanbanker.com/news/community-banking/weighing-pros-cons-of-international-charity-work-1072857-1.html
New Research: Balancing Pro Bono Supply and Demand
LBG Associates will be releasing the results of its latest research study, "Balancing Pro Bono Supply and Demand: Challenges and Solutions from the Nonprofit Point of View" at the Points of Light conference next week in Atlanta. This new research examines the nonprofits' view of pro bono's challenges and the role corporations can play in helping guarantee the creation of a successful pro bono program. For more information, contact Linda Gornitsky at firstname.lastname@example.org or 203-325-3154203-325-3154.
LBG Associates Chosen as Preferred Consultant by CHC
Community Health Charities (CHC) has selected LBG Associates as its preferred consulting partner. CHC recommends that its corporate partners and charity members engage LBG Associates for help with strategy, design and implementation of corporate giving programs and employee engagement, including volunteering and workplace giving. CHC chose LBG Associates for its expertise in corporate citizenship and reputation for quality research and insightful advice. CHC partners and members interested in a half-hour free consultation should call Linda Gornitsky at 203-325-3154.
LBG Associates Continues to Grow Its Consulting Services to High-Net-Worth Clients, Family Foundations and Donor-Advised Funds.
The transfer of wealth from the Greatest Generation to Baby Boomers has sent more and more individuals and families to LBG Associates for help in making sound social investments that have a measurable impact. Learn more >
LBG Associates Offers CSR Ratings, Rankings, and Reporting Consulting
Dr. Gornitsky and her team can help companies of all sizes manage and maximize their performance on CSR ratings and rankings, as well as their corporate social responsibility reporting. We are well-versed in the leading ratings, rankings, and the GRI sustainability reporting standards. Email us for more information >
LBG Associates is a Member of A Billion + Change
LBG Associates is a member of A Billion + Change, a national campaign to mobilize $5 billion of pro bono and skills-based service by 2015 to address core issues our communities face. Launched in 2008, A Billion + Change continues as an initiative of the Corporation for National and Community Service. It was reinvigorated in 2011 with expanded leadership under the honorary chairmanship of Senator Mark Warner, it is now housed within and managed by Points of Light Institute. For more information, click here.