Charitable contributions to not-for-profit organizations enables companies to provide tax-free financial support to their favorite philanthropic cause. Often initiated through corporate foundations, charitable funding of IRS 501 (c) 3 not-for-profit organizations serves to advance the mission and programs of the cause through designated finance to capital, endowment, operations, and special projects.
Corporate social responsibility (CSR) philanthropy fulfills a company’s vision of ethical community. Now part of the scope of CSR strategies used by companies in representation of ethical causes, philanthropic programs provide the vehicle for charitable contribution to not-for-profit recipients. Often associated with a network of stakeholders in coordination with volunteers, corporate social responsibility promotes a company’s brand identity through sponsored activities and events.
Essential to the ongoing maintenance and sustainability of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) as well, corporate charity establish the conditions for continued contribution with targeted organizations. CSR companies work in partnership on international economic, health, and technology development projects to realize actual results, and create a better world.
Philanthropy, Inc.: The Bottom Line on Corporate Charity (45 minutes) looks at the importance of corporate philanthropy in the support and enhancement of NGO and not-for-profit initiatives in the promotion of brand reputation, and the communities they serve. Key questions about the nature and regulation of corporate charity are examined through case study of well-known philanthropic foundations representing major stakeholders in partnership on ethical and environmental projects.
Philanthropy, Inc.: The Bottom Line on Corporate Charity
- ISBN 978-0-81608-828-7
- Run Time (45 Minutes)
- Copyright 2012
- Closed Caption (CC)