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  1. 1. 2011 Canadian Business & Community Partnership ForumPartnerships that Last Vincent Power Sears Canada Inc.
  2. 2. Partnerships that Last “Someone’s sitting in the shade today because someone planted a tree a long time ago.” Warren Buffett
  3. 3. Partnerships that Last Community Investment
  4. 4. Partnerships that Last Stakeholder Considerations Customers Other Publics Employees Stakeholders Suppliers Shareholders Communities
  5. 5. Partnerships that Last Mark R. Kramer Stanford Graduate School of Business
  6. 6. Catalytic Philanthropy Mark R. Kramer Stanford Graduate School of Business
  7. 7. Catalytic Philanthropy Mark R. Kramer Stanford Graduate School of Business
  8. 8. Catalytic Philanthropy Mark R. Kramer Stanford Graduate School of Business
  9. 9. Catalytic PhilanthropyFour Practices of Catalytic Philanthropy Take responsibility for achieving results Mobilize a campaign for change Use all available tools Create actionable knowledge
  10. 10. Hierarchy ofBusiness-Community Engagement TRANSACTIONAL Source: Jocelyne Daw
  11. 11. Hierarchy ofBusiness-Community Engagement TRANSITIONAL Preliminary Collaboration TRANSACTIONAL Source: Jocelyne Daw
  12. 12. Hierarchy ofBusiness-Community Engagement TRANSFORMATIONAL Integrated Collaboration TRANSITIONAL Preliminary Collaboration TRANSACTIONAL Source: Jocelyne Daw
  13. 13. Partnerships that Last Community Investment
  14. 14. Partnerships that Last Community Investment
  15. 15. Partnerships that LastCore Values In our work with children, youth, families and communities, all Boys and Girls Clubs are guided by the following Core Values. They define us as a movement and are the standard against which all Boys and Girls Club services are measured. Inclusion & Opportunity We strive to offer children and youth from all economic, cultural and social backgrounds access to the resources, supports and opportunities that will enable them to overcome barriers and achieve their positive potential in life. Respect & Belonging We provide a safe, supportive place, where every child is listened to, respected and valued in an environment of inclusion and acceptance. Our staff and volunteers model honesty, fair play, positive attitude, cooperation and respect for self and others. Empowerment We believe all young people can grow into responsible, contributing and self-reliant members of society. Children and youth are at the centre of everything we do. Through adventure, play and discovery, we encourage and empower them to develop healthy lifestyles, a life-long passion for learning, leadership and life skills and a sense of social responsibility. Collaboration We work together with families and volunteers in each community, in partnership with the public and private sector, to create healthy community solutions to providing children and youth with what they need for optimal development. Speaking Out We speak out on behalf of children, youth and their families to reduce disadvantage, enhance their lives and enable their voices and ideas to be heard.
  16. 16. Partnerships that Last  Customers - Round it Up Promotional Fundraisers - Charity Plush Stakeholders
  17. 17. Charity Plush Top row: Gingerbell (2004), Krismoose (2005), Snowball (2008), Penny the Penguin (2006), Elvin the Elf (2007) Bottom row: Baxter (2003), Flurry (2002), Wishkers (2001), Kringle (2000), Twinkles (1999), HoHo Beans (1998)
  18. 18. Partnerships that Last  Customers - Round it Up Promotional Fundraisers - Charity Plush  Employees - Volunteerism - Tree of Wishes Stakeholders
  19. 19. Tree of Wishes
  20. 20. Partnerships that Last  Customers - Round it Up Promotional Fundraisers - Charity Plush  Employees - Volunteerism - Tree of Wishes Stakeholders  Communities - After-school enhancement grants
  21. 21. After-school Enhancement GrantsKamloops, BCThunder Bay, ON Charlottetown, PE
  22. 22. Partnerships that Last  Customers - Round it Up Promotional Fundraisers - Charity Plush  Employees - Volunteerism - Tree of Wishes Stakeholders  Communities - After-school enhancement grants  Suppliers - Golf Tournament
  23. 23. Sears-BGCC Annual Golf Tournament
  24. 24. Partnerships that Last  Customers - Round it Up Promotional Fundraisers - Charity Plush  Employees - Volunteerism - Tree of Wishes Stakeholders  Communities - After-school enhancement grants  Suppliers - Golf Tournament  Shareholders - CEO / Sr. Executive involvement
  25. 25. CEO – Sr. Executive Involvement
  26. 26. Partnerships that Last  Customers - Round it Up Promotional Fundraisers - Charity Plush  Employees - Volunteerism - Tree of Wishes Stakeholders  Communities - After-school enhancement grants  Suppliers - Golf Tournament  Shareholders - CEO / Sr. Executive involvement
  27. 27. Partnerships that LastSears began its support of Boys and Girls Clubs in 1965, an initiative begun by then Sears president, Douglas PeacherSince 1990, financial donations from Sears initiatives to the BGCC have totalled over $8.2 millionThe Keystone Award for corporate citizenship was presented to Sears on April 17, 1998.The BGCC Humanitarian Award was presented to Sears on May 30, 1998.Sears first Canadian retailer or credit card issuer to offer points redemptions; donations directed to BGCCAnti-bullying campaignAfter school with…Click for kids
  28. 28. Partnerships that Last
  29. 29. 2011 Canadian Business & Community Partnership ForumPartnerships that Last Vincent Power Sears Canada Inc.
  30. 30. 2011 Canadian Business & Community Partnership ForumPartnerships that Last Vincent Power Sears Canada Inc.
  31. 31. 2011 Canadian Business & Community Partnership ForumPartnerships that Last Vincent Power Sears Canada Inc.

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