An Examination of Impactful Engagement
Community Forums, a new and exciting initiative developed with the Covestro Center for Community Engagement in mind, will examine the impact of cross-sector partnerships. These forums will bring together thought leaders and experts to examine and share the latest trends, research, and best practices in impactful engagement.
No scheduled community forums.
Be sure to check back regularly to learn about the latest news in impactful engagement. And contact us if you’re interested in participating in a future event.
October 6, 2016 / 8:00 – 10:00 am
Skills Based Volunteerism: Triple Threat for the Triple Bottom Line
Volunteerism has long been a cornerstone of corporate citizenship initiatives. Today, however, mounting research shows skills-based volunteer programs not only strengthen nonprofits and communities by providing technical expertise and building capacity, they effectively engage corporate employees and boost performance, loyalty and morale. This discussion will highlight the evolution of volunteer programs and showcase the newest most effective approaches, including Skills-Based Volunteerism, a trend being pioneered here in Western Pennsylvania that is having major impacts on both companies and nonprofits.
Additionally, stay for the Flash Challenge volunteer event after the panel discussion! Learn more…
Rebecca Lucore, Head of Sustainability and Corporate Social Responsibility, Covestro LLC
Peggy Outon, Executive Director, Bayer Center for Nonprofit Management at Robert Morris University
Daniel Pinho, Senior Vice President and Assistant Group Manager, Trade Finance, The PNC Financial Services Group
Shannon Connery, Facilities Manager, Alcoa
Justin Lee, Chief Operating Officer, Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank