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MW Chapter- Doing Well by Doing Good:Non-Profits Partnerships for Corp Social Responsibility
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Many companies and organizations support philanthropies and charities in an ad hoc manner as a ‘nice to do’. ASAP’s Chicago/Midwest chapter will lead a panel discussion exploring the importance of strategically aligning your non-profit support to goals and objectives of your organization’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) platform and your company’s brand mission.

12/3/2015
When: Thursday, December 3, 2015
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Where: Ronald McDonald House of Chicago
211 E Grand Ave.
Chicago, Illinois 
United States
Presenter: Moderator -Jessica Thunberg, VP Business Strategies, Jascula Terman Strategic Communications
Contact: Susan Hed


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Doing Well by Doing Good: Bolstering Corporate Social Responsibility & Brand Through Non-Profit Partnerships

Many companies and organizations support philanthropies and charities in an ad hoc manner as a ‘nice to do’.

Please join us for a panel discussion exploring the importance of strategically aligning your non-profit support to the goals and objectives of your organization’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) platform and your company’s brand mission.

This informative discussion will explore strategic selection of non-profit partners, developing ‘freedom within a framework’ implementation strategies, best practices for engaging everyone in your organization to support these partnerships – and the importance of these relationships to your non-profit partners.

Moderator: 
Jessica Thunberg, Vice President Business Strategies, Jasculca Terman Strategic Communications

Panelists:
Sarah Fried, Director Special Events and Fundraising, American Diabetes Association
Kelly Wink, Global Partner Marketing,Communications & Loyalty Programs, Qlik
Jeff Marcella, NonProfit and Public Sector Consultant

In the spirit of the season, attendees are asked to bring an item to donate to RMHC – which may include unwrapped toys, children’s books, toiletry items (for all ages), non-perishable food items or office supplies

(Suggested donations: facial tissue, napkins, paper towels, individual snacks and cereals, heavy duty paper plates, 7/13/33 gallon garbage bags and gift cards to Jewel, Walmart, Walgreen’s Target, Office Max, Menards.)

For more information email us at info@strategic-alliances.org or call +1-781-562-1630