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Negocios para la comunidad (Voluntariado Corporativo)
Negocios para la comunidad (Voluntariado Corporativo)
Negocios para la comunidad (Voluntariado Corporativo)
Negocios para la comunidad (Voluntariado Corporativo)
Negocios para la comunidad (Voluntariado Corporativo)
Negocios para la comunidad (Voluntariado Corporativo)
Negocios para la comunidad (Voluntariado Corporativo)
Negocios para la comunidad (Voluntariado Corporativo)
Negocios para la comunidad (Voluntariado Corporativo)
Negocios para la comunidad (Voluntariado Corporativo)
Negocios para la comunidad (Voluntariado Corporativo)
Negocios para la comunidad (Voluntariado Corporativo)
Negocios para la comunidad (Voluntariado Corporativo)
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Negocios para la comunidad (Voluntariado Corporativo)

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Proyecto ENGAGE, cómo el Voluntariado Corporativo puede apoyar el desarrollo de las comunidades.

Proyecto ENGAGE, cómo el Voluntariado Corporativo puede apoyar el desarrollo de las comunidades.

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  • 1. GLOBAL CORPORATEVOLUNTEERING:How to integrateBusiness and social objectivesJenny ToddBusiness in the Communitywww.bitc.org.uk
  • 2. Overview Business in the Community stands for Responsible Business:  Sustainable Community Investment  Building the Business Case for Corporate Volunteering  ENGAGE Key Cities programme  the connection between local and global  the power of collaboration and working in partnership ENGAGE in action:  Serbia (Smartkolektiv)  Brussels (Business and Society Belgium)www.bitc.org.uk
  • 3. About BITC1 independent business-led charity29 years’ experience115+ partner organisations in 64 countries convened through a international network320 business leaders actively engaged850+ companies in membership10,700 companies engaged in our campaigns internationally17.8 million employees reached through our BITC member companieswww.bitc.org.uk
  • 4. Business in the Community Environmental Sustainability Enterprise Marketplace & Renewal Transforming behaviour Business / Transforming Communities Workplace & Employment Employees Education & Young Peoplewww.bitc.org.uk
  • 5. International campaign team leadershipwww.bitc.org.uk
  • 6. BITC’s International reach• CSR360 Global Partner Network: over 115 partners in 64 countries• ENGAGE Key Cities: 15 countries; 26 Cities, 20 projects; 9053 employee volunteers and 27,046 beneficiaries• Give & Gain Day:16 countries; 422 projects; 27, 530 employee volunteers, 330,000 beneficiaries• European Employee Volunteering Award: 22 countries; 21 partners; 60 companies across Europe; 15,972 volunteers and 326,672 beneficiaries plus Impact Measurement Toolkit www.bitc.org.uk
  • 7. 5 Principles of Community Investment 1. Identify social issues 2. Work in partnership with your communities 3. Plan and manage your community investment 4. Inspire and engage your employees, customers and suppliers 5. Measure and evaluate the differencewww.bitc.org.uk
  • 8. Building the business caseCommunity Employee EmployerBreaks down barriers between New skills are Improves reputationbusiness and community developed and brand perceptionSupply of volunteers and vital Increases job Opens up newresources satisfaction markets and links to local business communityIncreases social cohesion and Builds confidence Improves commercialinclusion productivityBuilds capacity of community Positive change in Benefits from anwith new skills and energies attitude and morale educated and motivated workforcewww.bitc.org.uk
  • 9. An ENGAGE Key Cities project An employee Linked to a global Designed, implemented community network of ENGAGE and funded locally engagement project Key Cities projects Can be used to implement companies’ Companies join forces international and to create an even community investment bigger impact strategieswww.bitc.org.uk
  • 10. Key cities locations Beijing 21 Key Cities in Europe 2010 since 2005 Dubai 2008 Hong Kong Santiago de 2007 Chile 2009 Johannesburg 2010www.bitc.org.uk
  • 11. Value of business collaboration • Access to learning networks • Build business relationships • Develop new platforms for dialogue • Develop new opportunities for partnership • Sharing costs • Sustainability of projects • Mix of skills • More visibility • Networking can be commercially advantageouswww.bitc.org.uk
  • 12. Join a project near you: Valencia • Students: Developing students’ social and moral skills, guided company visits and volunteers coach students in job interview technique and CV writing. • Prisoners: Volunteers support prisoners to launch small businesses. They run sessions aimed at developing the prisoner’s skills for employability , how to handle a job interview and help prisoners to improve their CVs.www.bitc.org.uk
  • 13. Join a project near you: Madrid y Barcelona January - May 2012 Action Areas Objective Homelessness Activities which support the autonomy and integration of homeless people www.foretica.org Business contribution to Activities which support environmental degradation the improvement of the environment in Madrid and Barcelonawww.bitc.org.uk
  • 14. Transforming businesstransforming communities

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