America’s Charities Joins Cross-Sector Collaboration Project, Ideagen

America’s Charities represents one of several national organizations within Ideagen; Next Ideagen Summit scheduled in March
Feb 5, 2014 5:00 PM ET

WASHINGTON, D.C., February 5, 2014 /3BL Media/ - America’s Charities became the newest member of Ideagen 100, a collective impact platform that includes a network of member organizations, bringing together collective intellect, influence, and measurable actions that alleviate complex social problems.

America’s Charities will join fellow Ideagen member organizations, such as the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, Partnership for a Healthier America, U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation, and the American Red Cross, in a quest to share innovative solutions to vexing social challenges.  The first Ideagen Summit of 2014 is March 3, at the Harvard Club in NYC.  

“America’s Charities is proud to join this vitally important cross-sector collaboration project,” stated Steve Delfin, President and CEO, America’s Charities.  “The Ideagen Summit is an exceptional platform as our focus is on bringing public and private sector employers together with charities to build sustainable partnerships with meaningful impact.”

America’s Charities is a mission-driven organization that connects public and private sector employers with charities to engage employees in greater giving. The organization helps the nation’s most trusted charities thrive by generating more investments and sustainable revenue through employee engagement programs and by helping them achieve higher levels of performance and demonstrable impact in addressing critical needs.

The addition of America’s Charities provides tremendous value for Ideagen’s network, and the opportunity to contribute innovative change among all member organizations.  Other Ideagen representatives include the Pro Football Hall of Fame, Aspen Institute, Lincoln Education, US-Qatar Business Council, American Fuel and Petrochemical Association, EdVenture Partners, as well as other national organizations.