Project ROI: Defining the Competitive and Financial Advantages of Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability describes key practices in delivering return on investment (ROI) from corporate responsibility and susustainability (CRS) programs.
The tenth annual in-depth analysis of corporate giving and employee engagement data from the world's leading companies.
A Healthy Early Childhood Acton Plan: Policies for a Lifetime of Well-being, from the Trust for America’s Health, is an extremely comprehensive summary of early childhood policy, research and practice and contains excellent data on the benefits of certain policies, programs and interventions.
CBIA and Liberty Bank partnered on the 2015 Connecticut Corporate Giving Survey to gauge the level and scope of local businesses' contributions of expertise, volunteer hours, goods and services, and funding to nonprofits. Among its chief findings is 96 percent of businesses have maintained or increased their charitable levels for the past five years.
The Partnership for Strong Communities (PSC) and a group of advocacy organizations, government agencies, and community providers are leading a campaign to end homelessness in the state. Guided by the vision that “No one should experience homelessness,” the Reaching Home Campaign and Opening Doors—Connecticut (the “Campaign”) emphasizes housing as an essential platform for human and community development. To support the Campaign’s work as it moves past planning and towards implementation and sustainability, the Melville Charitable Trust approached The Building Movement Project (BMP) to conduct a mid-point learning assessment.
Connecticut’s Legislative Commission on Aging has produced their second annual report to the Connecticut General Assembly on their livable communities initiative. Connecticut’s population is aging, and that demographic transformation is both dramatic and permanent. Recognizing a growing urgency to plan for changing Connecticut communities, the Connecticut General Assembly empowered Connecticut’s Legislative Commission on Aging to spearhead a livable communities initiative. Livable communities are places that foster independence and support residents across the lifespan.