Five R's of Great Philanthropy Management- A Versaic eBook

Five R's of Great Philanthropy Management- A Versaic eBook
A strong corporate philanthropy program can pay big dividends in terms of community and brand awareness, customer loyalty and employee engagement.  If you're interested in launching a philanthropy program but not sure where to start or you have a program in place but not sure it's as efficient as it could be, Versaic's eBook -- the Five R's of Great Philanthropy Management -- can help.  Learn how you can get from vision to impact without straining your team or your budget.


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The 5 R's of Great Philanthropy Program Management
Follow the five R's of philanthropy program management to maximize the value and efficiency of your giving programs: Receive, Route, Review, Respond & Report. By following the five R’s, you’ll work smarter, not harder, and spend less time managing your philanthropy program with better results. Click through the short PDF below:  
Jul 28, 2015 5:00 AM ET
Report: Engage Your Stakeholders
The time has come for the fifth and final “R” - Report. We’ve covered how to get the information you need, get it to the right person, make the right...
Mar 25, 2014 8:40 PM ET
Respond: Don't Leave 'Em Hanging
Having a successful philanthropy program is crucial to a company’s image. As we've discussed, there are key elements to a successful program. Now that philanthropy requests have been received in a streamlined...
Mar 18, 2014 7:40 PM ET
Review: Input That Matters
Over the past few weeks we have been discussing the building blocks of a successful philanthropy management program. We’ve learned how to streamline all the requests you receive, and...
Mar 11, 2014 6:45 PM ET
Route: Straight to the Right Person
Last week we discussed how to "bring order to chaos" with the many different requests for donations someone like a Public Affairs Director receives on a regular basis. Now that those requests are received in a streamlined manner, how do you ensure they get to the right person?  ...
Mar 4, 2014 8:30 PM ET