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BCCCC Member Meetups

These online video chats give corporate citizenship professionals the opportunity to hear insights from a large group and meet peers in smaller breakouts, exploring the issues that are of greatest interest to you right now. Members, no matter what stage you are at in your corporate citizenship journey, please join us.

These conversations are for Center Members. View the Member List to see if your company is a member, or learn about Becoming a Member today.

Get out the vote: Encouraging civic engagement What steps is your company taking to encourage civic engagement for employees and community partners? No matter where you are in your process, we welcome you to join our conversations to troubleshoot, share your learnings, and engage with our dynamic member community.

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Recent Member Meetup Recaps

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Back to School: Employee and Community Support

MEMBER MEETUP RECAP: BCCCC members joined to listen, learn, and share the internal and external support they are offering during this back to school season, and how they are supporting educational needs in the classroom and in your workplace.

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Virtual Volunteering: What's Next?

MEMBER MEETUP RECAP: BCCCC members joined to listen, learn, and share how their companies are planning for remote work and virtual volunteering moving forward and how they will keep employees involved—through team building exercises, family events, volunteer weeks, or other options.

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Corporate Action against Racial Inequality

MEMBER MEETUP RECAP: BCCCC members joined to listen, learn, and share how companies are taking action to fight racial inequality and to promote social justice in support of employees and communities.

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Career Advancement in Corporate Citizenship

MEMBER MEETUP RECAP: BCCCC members discussed their own career journeys and offered advice for others looking to advance in the field of corporate citizenship.

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Addressing Communication Challenges

MEMBER MEETUP RECAP: BCCCC members discussed how to or whether to promote grants and donations, especially at companies whose budgets have been cut; how to communicate with nonprofit partners; and how to reach and be sensitive to employees’ needs.

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Changing Your Grant Making Focus and Easing Grant Restrictions

MEMBER MEETUP RECAP: BCCCC members discussed how best to navigate conversations with grantees, whether or how to loosen or remove restrictions on active grants, and how to help partners accelerate their work.

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Virtual Volunteering and Employee Engagement

MEMBER MEETUP RECAP: BCCCC members discussed switching team meetings to online gatherings and creating plans to keep large portions of the workforce engaged, whether through day-to-day support, via virtual volunteering opportunities, or both

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Disaster Relief and Employee Crisis Funds

MEMBER MEETUP RECAP: BCCCC members discussed updating disaster relief polices and employee crises procedures and answered questions regarding both the brass-tacks and strategic thinking behind such supports.

Keep Connecting

Our online member community offers a secure, supportive environment to connect and collaborate with hundreds of CSR peers. Now, corporate citizenship practitioners are sharing how they're adapting in response to COVID-19. 

To provide a safe space for frank discussion, our online community is open to Center members only, however we'll be sharing anonymous key takeaways and best practices on our blog to benefit all at this time. To learn more about how you can participate in the full discussions and access other key member benefits, visit our Become a Member page.