When it comes to hosting group volunteer events for remote teams, the task can often feel like a daunting challenge. The multitude of options available can be overwhelming, and ensuring team engagement can be a real struggle. Moreover, many companies find themselves grappling with the constraints of limited resources. But what if we shared with you one company’s fantastic idea for low-lift campaigns that can effortlessly fill up your calendar year that you are free to implement with your own team as well?
Prepare your company for a successful giving season! Find key steps to set up your new CSR platform in time for impactful and timely corporate giving.
Join the movement! Giving Tuesday is the global giving event of the year. It’s a one-day event, the Tuesday after Thanksgiving in the United States. It was created to encourage a movement of generosity and has since become one of the more inspiring initiatives for driving generosity. In the early stages of developing Giving Madness software program, the Millie team made a strategic decision to offer the program in the time brackets spanning one month, one week, and one day. The inclusion of one-day brackets was a deliberate choice, tailored to accommodate single-day company events and to align with important initiatives like Giving Tuesday.
‘Tis the season of giving, and as the year winds down, we find ourselves in a time when participation in acts of kindness and generosity is at its peak. In this blog, we’ll explore ten inspiring holiday social impact campaigns that are tried and true, inspired by real companies who have successfully used these campaigns and/or are planning to this season. These campaigns are designed to foster engagement, build stronger communities, and unite employees across all office locations.
This time next year, millions of Americans will be getting ready to cast their ballots in the 2024 Presidential Election. Compared to a couple election cycles ago, companies will play a much bigger role in encouraging participation and providing resources to employees and customers. So how can your company support your employees in the 2024 election cycle?
On Saturday, October 7, Hamas terrorists launched a surprise attack on Israel, leaving more than 1,300 people dead and over 100 people taken hostage. Please consider supporting some orgs that are dedicated to humanitarian efforts, as resources are needed now more than ever.
If resources are limited for your corporate social responsibility programs, don’t let that discourage you from the many low-lift social impact opportunities that you can still offer your team this holiday season.
Are you an Employee Resource Group (ERG) lead? Or a social impact lead looking to champion your ERG leads? Learn how to empower ERG leads for highest impact with this amazing webinar replay! Join guest speakers Erick Smith, Senior Manager of Diversity & Inclusion (DEI) at Stash, Angie Pinilla, Senior Associate of Human Resources and Latinexcellence ERG Lead for Stash, and Britney Burns Robbins, Employee Experience Program Manager at WebPT for an amazing webinar. Moderated by Jennifer Fenley Duffy, Head of Partnerships for Millie. This panel of DEI and ERG leads cover how ERGs are structured at their companies, creative activities and tips for engaging group members, best practices for communications and tracking group members, and more!