Best Practices in Corporate Engagement from VolunteerMatch Solutions: Incentivize Your Program: A Discussion on "Dollars for Doers," with Bea Boccalandro
Webinar Date and Time: Wednesday, 4/21, 2010 9AM-10AM PT / 12PM-1PM ET
Topic and Speaker : Best Practices in Corporate Engagement from VolunteerMatch Solutions: A Discussion on Dollars for Doers with Bea Boccalandro, President, Veraworks
Are you interested in launching a Dollars for Doers program? Are you having trouble making the case to your internal team? Join this webinar for some insightful comments and solutions for launching and sustaining a successful program. Bea Boccalandro will kick-off the session with an overview of the Dollars for Doers landscape, followed by presentations from VolunteerMatch guest client speakers.
Bea helps businesses design and evaluate their community involvement programs. She is the author of Mapping Success in Employee Volunteering: The Drivers of Effectiveness for Employee Volunteering and Giving Programs and Fortune 500 Performance. She serves as a faculty member at the Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship, where she teaches in the areas of corporate-nonprofit partnerships and employee volunteering.
Speaker Profile: Bea Boccalandro, President, Veraworks
Bea Boccalandro helps businesses design, manage, and evaluate their giving and volunteering programs. She is faculty in corporate-community involvement at the Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship and at Georgetown University’s Center for Public and Nonprofit Leadership, and consultant/trainer for the Points of Light & Hands On Network.
Boccalandro has helped Levi Strauss & Company develop a global strategy for its employee giving and volunteering program; Allstate redesign its employee volunteer program; Aetna redesign its employee giving and volunteer program into a highly strategic version that won the 2005 Award for Excellence in Workplace Volunteer Programs; SunPower (a global provider of large-scale solar power systems) design their first employee volunteer program; and Fannie Mae evaluate its award-winning employee volunteer program.
Boccalandro has also conducted research on company employee giving and volunteering practices, including leading the effort, sponsored by Bank of America, to develop the Drivers of Effectiveness for Employee Volunteering and Giving Programs and to benchmark the Fortune 500 companies.
Best Practice Network Webinars are free, hour-long events.