While we prepare our annual list of CSR and corporate volunteering conferences, we’d like to give you a heads up about one of our favorites taking place in New York this spring. From March 28-30, the Charities@Work Annual Summit will tackle the topic of employee engagement in corporate citizenship. Emceed by Realized Worth co-founder Chris Jarvis, the conference will welcome sought-after speakers like Michael Norton of Harvard Business School and Jeffrey Vargas, the Chief Learning Officer for the Commodity Futures Trading Commission. Register here and then let us know you’ll be there – we’d love to see you!

While you’re registering, take a moment to nominate a deserving employee or company for the 2016 Corporate Impact Awards. Submissions wrap up on February 8, 2016, so don’t miss your chance!

The awards are given out under the categories of Corporate Excellence and Individual Partner of the Year.

The Corporate Excellence Award

Honors one corporation for overall excellence in philanthropic giving, employee engagement, or Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). Nominations are open to any company with an employee giving and volunteer program.

The Individual Partner of the Year Award

Given to an employee of a major company who has gone above and beyond the call of duty to make a difference in her or his community. This award also recognizes the individual who works to advance engagement (giving, volunteerism and education) within their company and who has served as an exceptional partner to nonprofit partners. Individual Partner award candidates must come from a company that has a giving or broader employee engagement program.

The Corporate Impact Award

An important part of C@W’s Annual Best Practices Summit on Employee Engagement in Corporate Citizenship. Have an employee or company you want to nominate? Download the nomination packages on the C@W website.


Realized Worth designs and implements corporate volunteer programs. Call us to discuss opportunities for your company, or email us via contact@realizedworth.com. You can also reach out to us on Facebook and Twitter.


Kelly Lynch
Consultant, Project Manager
Realized Worth

Realized Worth has partnered with Charities@Work for the past several years to present their Annual Best Practices Summit.

Charities@Work is an alliance of four nonprofit federations that serves as the cooperative voice for more than 2,000 international, national, and local charities. Their purpose is to provide employers with an efficient way to enhance their employee engagement programs and initiatives and to respond to growing employee interest in a wider range of giving options.

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