Resource posted by: VolunteerHub
Created on: February 4, 2013
Corporate philanthropy accounts for nearly $15 billion of annual US charitable giving. That's a pretty big chunk of change. But consider this statistic: each year, volunteers account for $169 billion in donated labor. Now that's an even bigger chunk of change!
There's no question that volunteers and many corporations have the common good in mind. But what if there were a way to tie the two together?
Corporate philanthropy and volunteerism are now connected, thanks to VolunteerHub's new program.
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