Blackbaud + YourCause | The sgENGAGE Podcast Episode 92: The State of CSR

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Blackbaud + YourCause | The sgENGAGE Podcast Episode 92: The State of CSR

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Summary

On this episode of the sgENGAGE Podcast, Blackbaud VP of Corporate Citizenship & Philanthropy Rachel Hutchisson talks about the rise of employee volunteerism with YourCause VP of Sales and Marketing Dustin Joost.

Tuesday, April 23, 2019 - 10:25am

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Things are changing in the world of corporate social responsibility (CSR). Employee volunteerism is on the rise, and a variety of new trends in employee giving programs are taking hold. Today’s guest, Dustin Joost, VP of Sales and Marketing at YourCause (a Blackbaud company), joins the podcast to talk more about these trends and what they say about the state of CSR today.

Dustin discusses ins and outs of the newly published “2019 CSR Industry Review.” Listen in to hear about major report findings, what’s driving the rise in corporate volunteerism, and which statistics Dustin found surprising and exciting.

Topics Discussed in This Episode:

  • The major trends highlighted in the report
  • Why employee volunteerism has been on the rise
  • How companies are engaging new employees in CSR
  • Strategies companies can employ to help drive donations to employee giving programs
  • The rise of peer-to-peer fundraising within corporations

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Resources:

Dustin Joost
2019 CSR Industry Review

Quotes:

“Really what we’re trying to do is build the largest network of do-gooders to go out and make a meaningful impact in the world.”

“Some of the most impactful companies that we’ve seen are able to tie their community relations efforts into that first-day experience.”

“Peer-to-peer personalizes what fundraising means.”