Nonprofit organizations are one of the top two ways adults are most likely to get involved in positive social change. On average, about half of adultsagree nonprofits make it easy for people to be involved in social change. Source: Walden University’s 2012 Social Change Impact Report. Conducted by Harris Interactive, Feb.–March 2012.
Working at Levi's has shown me first-hand the importance of corporate social responsibility. It's important to be a leader not just in the product/service being offered, but also in the impact made on the community. I value companies that go above and beyond to make a difference and "do what's right."
Social Media’s Impact on Event Planning -- Eventility has published an infographic displaying the ways your organization should incorporate social networking into four key stages of an event: at the time of organizing, during the promotional period, in synch with the event as it’s happening, and in the days afterward. / Apr 26 '13