What is an ESG report? Does my company need one? If so, where do we start? Sit down with industry experts Rebecca Leonard, Managing Principal of Purposeful Projects Group, and Amy Wendel, Senior Director and Global Head of Corporate Responsibility & ESG at GoTo to answer all your burning questions about ESG reports.
From your company’s internal culture and social impact to its environmental and governmental initiatives, releasing an extensive ESG report annually is becoming standard with some of the world’s leading companies. Here are a few ESG reports from leading companies, broken down for you, and a few internationally recognized reporting standards that many adhere to.
Can corporations find the right fit for nonprofit partnerships? And if so, then how? First and foremost, you must remember that nonprofit partnerships are a two-way street. Companies want to find amazing nonprofit partners just as much as nonprofits want to find them. And the best way to do that is to find a partnership that fits.
One of the most common hesitations heard from employees who are approached to sign up for a match giving program is a lack of confidence in where your donors’ dollars are really going. There are over 700 hate groups in the United States today. Vetting nonprofits is typically left up to the experts at SPLC/ The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that monitors hate groups and extremists throughout the United States and exposes their activity.
Giving Madness with Creator, Rachel Klausner: The Evolution of Giving Madness and the Pilot Launch Results
Tune in for an exclusive deep dive into all things Giving Madness with founder, Rachel Klausner, interviewed by Millie team member, Stacy Schmitz. In this episode Rachel talks the origin of Giving Madness, the purpose behind gamified giving, and the amazing results seen since the pilot launch in March of 2022. With customer testimonials, Rachel’s journey on a collab sprint with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, interesting results from a tech error and some impactful “aha” moments, you will not want to miss this episode!
In the latest episode of “Changemakers from Within,” Rachel sits down with Kaanji Irby, an inspirational, amazing human and podcast extraordinaire. Kaanji is Head of DI and Social Impact at Next Insurance and cohost of the “Motherhood in Black and White” podcast. She defines “pivot” with her many paths that have led her to social impact. After her experience in teaching, flight attendant, then law school, she co-founded a nonprofit. She was approached to spearhead a social impact program for Next Insurance, a company whos’ mission is to help small businesses thrive by providing insurance for entrepreneurs. She provides a unique perspective to social impact with her legal expertise as well as her well-rounded background and most importantly, her heart. An impact story you won’t want to miss!
Listen to changemaker Megan Goddard, a long time fighter for criminal justice reform, who has worked to help previously incarcerated individuals reenter society and get a fair chance at employment once they’ve been released. Megan is the Corporate Social Responsibility Program Manager at Checkr, a background check company that helps take the bias out of the process, where she helps spearhead the company’s social impact side.
With the corporate workforce becoming more and more remote-friendly, companies must find new ways to engage their virtual employees. Here are some ideas!
💡 The Big Idea In March 2019, Rachel Klausner, the founder of Millie, grabbed a coffee