IMPACT2030 Regional Councils

IMPACT2030 Regional Councils

Regional Impact Councils are a key mechanism towards achieving the mandate and objectives of IMPACT2030. The goals of the councils will vary according to composition, the SDG goals and targets addressed, regional issues and priorities, the interest and capacity of the community partners, the timeline of the projects and the available resources. Regional IMPACT2030 Councils are comprised of individuals from regionally-based organizations, representing the private sector, public sector, academia and civil society, with a shared interest in achieving the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals through employee volunteering.

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Atlantic Canada Employee Volunteering Survey
HALIFAX, Nova Scotia., October 21, 2020 /3BL Media/ — Today, the Atlantic Corporate Volunteer Council (ACVC), in partnership with IMPACT2030 and a number of like-minded businesses and nonprofit representatives from organizations such as...
Oct 21, 2020 9:45 AM ET
How to Collaborate for Better Impact Through Employee Volunteering
Corporate volunteering plays an increasingly significant role as a positive vehicle for business involvement in local and international sustainable development initiatives. It spurs innovation, increases the skills and engagement of employees, establishes mutually beneficial relationships with communities, promotes economic growth, leads to more stable societies, fosters the health and...
Sep 3, 2019 8:00 AM ET
Businesses Gather in New Zealand to Discuss the Power of Corporate Volunteering
August 5, 2019 /3BL Media/ On 26 July, KPMG hosted 20 New Zealand businesses to discuss the importance of corporate volunteering, and explore collaboration opportunities with the United Nations, other businesses, and not-for-profits to harness the power of working together to fuel the prosperity of New Zealand’s communities. The meeting, held as part of the ...
Aug 5, 2019 8:00 AM ET