January 2022 Events

Check out these upcoming social impact webinars and events!

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Jan. 12, 12 PM ET | COP26 and CSR: Unpacking the impacts on business | Webinar

The recent COP26 meeting in Glasgow brought together government representatives, NGOs and business leaders to discuss and identify next steps in addressing climate change. Now that the meeting is over, the hard work of implementation begins. What does the COP26 summit mean for business and for corporate citizenship practitioners within companies? This Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship webinar will help unpack the potential impact of COP26 and help prepare CSR practitioners to think about these issues within their own companies and communities.

For more information and to register, please click here.

 

Jan. 12, 1 PM ET | Planning a 2022 CSR Program That Rocks | Webinar

A new year means new opportunities to activate your people and put more Goodness out into the world. Whether you’re just getting going with a giving and volunteering program or looking for new ways to up your game, this webinar is the perfect kickoff to your 2022 campaign planning. In Benevity's "Planning a 2022 CSR Program That Rocks" webinar, you’ll hear from Ciena, Delta Dental and Nintendo on best practices for building an annual giving and volunteering strategy. We’ll explore how to define program pillars and run campaigns and events that keep program participation strong throughout the year. We’ll also talk about the importance of activating around key awareness dates like Black History Month, International Women’s Day and Earth Day to rally your people and grow a culture of inclusion and belonging.

For more information and to register, please click here.

 

Jan. 25, 10 – 11:30 AM ET | LET'S TALK VOLUNTEERING: Exploring Future Issues and Trends | Webinar

This webinar will enhance understanding of global trends in volunteering by bringing together some key global research that has been published in 2021, including IAVE's Leadership for Volunteering: the COVID-19 Experience; Forum's COVID-19 and the Future of Volunteering for Development; and  UNV's State of the World's Volunteerism Report 2022: Building Equal and Inclusive Societies. Showcasing the findings within these strategic reports and considering the issues they jointly highlight and what this means for the future of volunteering. IAVE is delivering this webinar in partnership with Forum (International Forum for Volunteering in Development); UNV (the United Nations Volunteers Programme) and VGA (Volunteer Groups Alliance); global organizations and networks with a focus on supporting and developing volunteering.

For more information and to register, please click here

 

Jan. 26, 9 AM ET | Report Release: Global Impact at Scale 2021 | Webinar

Join this CECP session to learn how companies around the globe are taking actions related to their ESG issues, community investments, and how certain factors are playing a role in the social strategies companies plan to put forward. The webinar will feature the latest insights from the 2021 Global Impact at Scale report, which includes the "who" and "how" of social investments around the globe, the influence that the SDGs and private sector partnerships have on companies’ social strategies, and how corporations are responding to major issues such as Diversity and Inclusion, Human Rights, and Future of Work, among others.

For more information and to register, please click here.

 

Jan. 26, 1 PM ET | How to Fund and Foster Innovation in Children’s Mental Health | Webinar

ACCP is excited to welcome Joan Steinberg, Global Head of Philanthropy, President, Morgan Stanley Foundation and CEO of Morgan Stanley Alliance for Children’s Mental Health Advisory Board for an educational webcast. COVID-19, and its repercussions, have taken a toll on children’s mental health and emotional well-being, particularly in vulnerable and marginalized communities. We need to foster innovation in this space and fund it to make sure organizations can scale their solutions to reach the children that need it most. But for organizations with innovative solutions, getting off the ground can be difficult. Funding and counsel can be hard to come by. This session will cover:

  • How COVID-19 and social inequity impact children’s mental health and their access to care
  • Trends and innovations in the children’s mental health space as well as funding landscape, needs, and strategy
  • Approaches to mental health funding that are collaborative, strategic, and functional
  • Lessons learned from an innovative grantmaking program 

For more information and to register, please click here.

 

 


If you’d like to add a relevant event, or update details for an existing entry, please reach out to cece@pointsoflight.org and be sure to include the date, location, brief summary and the corresponding link. 

Please note that the descriptions are summarized from the corresponding event’s website and do not necessarily reflect the views of Points of Light.

Katy Elder

Vice President, Business Innovation, Points of Light

A member of the Points of Light team since November 2012, Katy serves as Vice President, Business Innovation. She brings with her nearly 20 years of experience in employee volunteerism, community affairs and internal communications. After leading Points of Light’s corporate consulting practice for six years, she is now responsible for developing content and innovative learning opportunities to advance the corporate citizenship sector.

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