Amazing that the three questions that launched the LBG Model in 1992 remain top of mind, 26 years later. All industries, corporate structures, areas of focus and size. Click here to enlarge the image.
$410 million invested in community by LBG Canada co’s in 2018. Can’t wait to see what is reported in 2019! Click here to enlarge the image.
Does an executive champion really make a difference? The data says yes! Click here to enlarge the image.
Since 2006, employees of LBG Canada companies have contributed almost $400 million to communities, approximately 1/3 of the total $1.2 billion leveraged from stakeholders. Interested in the LBG Canada network? Join the conversation!
50% of LBG Canada companies predict an increased community investment budget in 2018. Greater appreciation of the value of community investment (23%) and increased employee interest (38%) are cited as influencing factors. To learn more about the LBG Canada program, please click here.
Join us on June 5th, 2018 to discuss moving from reconciliation to reconciliACTION 39% of LBG Canada Companies are ready to benchmark their investments into Indigenous communities, are you? Join LBG Canada on June 5th, 2018 to explore the role of community investment in corporate response to ACTION 92 of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission,…
The following program elements will impact volunteer participation rates: An executive champion Clear management support for volunteering activities A volunteer operating budget An employee recognition program Ongoing communication promoting opportunities to get involved Join LBG Canada and advance your volunteering efforts. Get in touch! #CIMatters
LBG Canada companies may range in size, but they all understand that employee volunteering can enhance their community impact. Join LBG Canada and advance your volunteering efforts. Get in touch!
LBG Canada companies encourage volunteering, do you? Join LBG Canada and advance your volunteering efforts! Get in touch! #CIMatters
In fiscal 2016, 41% of LBG Canada companies reported that more than 40% of their total community investment budget was allocated to regional programming. This was an increase of 9% as compared to fiscal 2015 and an increase of 19% from fiscal 2014. Interested in the LBG Canada Network? We want to hear from you!…