Posts Tagged ‘goodwill’

What Notre Dame Donations Can Teach Us About Philanthropic Marketing

Wednesday, May 22nd, 2019

by Justin Grensing, Esq., MBA

Corporate philanthropy can be a great way to boost an organization’s brand. Customers like supporting companies they feel are contributing to the good of society, and philanthropy often comes with various forms of publicity as well—whether it’s media coverage of a donation or sponsor recognition attached to an event or building.

The recent tragic fire at Paris’s historic and world-famous Notre Dame cathedral (more…)

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Community Outreach Best Practices

Thursday, July 16th, 2015

Supporting the local community can be expensive. Even large organizations have to be careful about how and where they lend their time – and money. Is there value – beyond personal satisfaction – in supporting local events and activities? Which ones? How can you say “no” graciously to the many requests that come your way? (more…)

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Focusing On Community Relations: What’s Your Strategy?

Tuesday, May 28th, 2013

Supporting your community can be expensive. Even large organizations have to be careful about how and where they lend their time – and money. For the small businesses and independent consultants these issues can be even more challenging. Is there value – beyond personal satisfaction – in supporting local events and activities? Which ones? How can you say “no” graciously to the many requests that come your way? (more…)

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Difficult Choices Require Strategic Approach

Saturday, March 7th, 2009

Supporting the local community can be expensive. Even large organizations have to be careful about how and where they lend their time – and money. Is there value – beyond personal satisfaction – in supporting local events and activities? Which ones? How can you say “no” graciously to the many requests that come your way? (more…)

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