Across the state of Maryland and beyond, the work of corporate grantmakers in the community is valuable to nonprofit organizations, corporate employees, and neighborhoods alike. Join us for a discussion with 3 corporations, T.
Businesses large and small will be critical partners as the world continues to heal from the global pandemic and its economic impacts. The field of corporate philanthropy will shift and adapt to make the most of limited resources of human and financial capital to help communities in their back yard and beyond. Maureen Flynn from Changing Our World - a consulting company dedicated to helping the private sector act as a force for public good - will moderate a discussion with Mateus Baptista, Deputy Director at Panasonic, and Michele Mehaffy, Consumer Affairs Manager at Wegmans, about how this work continues to evolve to meet community need.
We all benefit when local economies offer equitable, stable jobs. Two new tools are being piloted in Baltimore to enhance the ability of companies and their employees to prosper.
The Maryland Chamber of Commerce and the Baltimore Business Journal will present its business philanthropy awards to three Maryland businesses from noon to 2 p.m. Friday at the Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace Hotel.
Corporate Responsibility Magazine (CR Magazine) announced its 19th annual 100 Best Corporate Citizens list, recognizing the standout environmental, social and governance (ESG) performance of public companies across the United States.