Successful Employee Volunteer Events: The Missing Piece to Corporate Culture
27

Thursday, 27 May

8:30 10 pm EDT

GA San Francisco (Livestream)

Online Class
Livestream
FREE!
Regular Ticket

In Partnership With:

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Successful Employee Volunteer Events: The Missing Piece to Corporate Culture | May 27

Jeremy Brown Photo


Founder, Startups Give Back and Social Impact World

Grady Lee Photo


Co-Founder & CEO, Give To Get

27

Thursday, 27 May

8:30 10 pm EDT

GA San Francisco (Livestream)

Online Class
Livestream
FREE!
Regular Ticket

In Partnership With:

Social Impact World logo

Questions? Read our FAQs

About This Event

Successful Employee Volunteer Events: The Missing Piece to Your Emerging Corporate Culture

Emerging from the pandemic, we are seeing workforces becoming dispersed, purpose being elevated to a C-Suite level priority and a general desire to reengage with each other. This landscape is challenging, but how we connect with our employees and communities will be a key component to defining your corporate culture. Doing it well will set you apart in a crowded space.

During Social Impact World’s first educational workshop, you will learn:

How to approach volunteering in a way that enriches your corporate culture and turns purpose from an act of charity to an act of competitive advantage.

How to accommodate all employees from those in corporate offices to those in manufacturing, retail, and call centers – while ensuring your nonprofit partners are getting the assistance they need

How to measure your results to ensure long-term support from your leadership team.

This presentation will be led by Grady Lee, CEO and Co-Founder of Give To Get, a social impact company that defines, develops, and deploys social impact programs for organizations around the globe.

This is a Social Impact World workshop

Preparation

This is an interactive presentation done on Zoom - NOT a webinar.

About the Instructors

Jeremy Brown Photo

Founder,
Startups Give Back and Social Impact World

Jeremy is the Founder of Startups Give Back, an organization that organizes volunteering events – in-person and virtual – where startups work together to help nonprofits in their communities. He is also the Founder of Changemaker Studios, a holding company for brands that make an impact. Brands include Social Impact World, Changemaker Forum, and others. Jeremy has spent his entire career in the trenches of the tech industry helping large enterprises and startups grow, which fueled his passion for turning the corporate world into a force for good.

Grady Lee Photo

Co-Founder & CEO,
Give To Get

Grady is the Co-Founder and CEO of Give To Get, a social impact company with more than 25 years of experience setting purpose in motion for brands and communities around the world. Prior to Give To Get, Grady was Co-Founder/COO of RockCorps where he used live events to mobilize hundreds of thousands to give time volunteering in local communities on six continents. Grady was a Co-Founder of IMPACT 2030, the only private sector-led initiative, in partnership with the United Nations, to align human capital investments to help achieve the Sustainable Development Goals with more than 60 companies representing 5,000,000+ employees in 220 countries. He has degrees from Princeton University and The Anderson School at UCLA.

About Our Partners

Social Impact World

Social Impact World, part of the Startups Give Back family, is an exclusive community for social impact professionals turning the corporate world into a force for good.

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