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    Strategic Philanthropy

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    Strategic Philanthropy Companies are looking for ways to link their business efforts to consumers‚ employees‚ and the community through philanthropy. From a strategic perspective‚ a companies ability to link consumer interest to philanthropy should lead to a stronger economic relationship. Companies who exercises a well planned strategy of philanthropy play a major role in community economic development by bringing jobs to the society‚ being involved with other businesses‚ and making

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    leaders meet these demands with integrated strategic philanthropic programs. More and more companies encourage and embrace greater collaboration and cooperation between corporations and communities. I. The competitive advantage of corporate philanthropy In this first part‚ we will demonstrate that usually businesses that choose to employ corporate giving attitude benefit in many different ways from their actions. * First‚ these businesses could increase their reputation amongst the general

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    Women and Philanthropy

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    woman and philanthropy In India for South Asian Women ’s Fund by Murray Culshaw Consulting June 2006 What is philanthropy? Philanthropy is the voluntary act of donating money or goods or providing some other support to a charitable cause usually over an extended period of time. In a more fundamental sense‚ philanthropy may encompass any activity which is intended to enhance the common good or improve human well being. Someone who is well known for practicing philanthropy may sometimes

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    Research Abstract Title: The New Corporate Philanthropy Author: Smith‚ C. Date: May/June 1994 Source: Harvard Business Review‚ 72: 105-116. Abstract: Since the seventeenth century‚ business leaders have been in the top ranks of donors in the United States‚ and traditionally‚ the gifts of those prominent individuals were never meant to serve business purposes. Today‚ forced to explain why businesses should continue to give money away while laying off workers‚ contributions

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    THE COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE OF CORPORATE PHILANTHROPY Every company’s main objective is to earn profit. Companies should increase their capacity to support certain projects and activities other than their ordinary business operations. Some companies perform activities that promote social and environmental development. These activities are referred as philanthropic activities. Philanthropy is the act of promoting what is human or a state of being productive of benefit to humans. Some believe that

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    Procter & Gamble (P&G) serves individuals around the world with one of the most influential portfolios of trusted‚ quality‚ leadership brands. To appreciate the importance of the P&G corporate philanthropy movement‚ one needs to acknowledge its scope. Procter and Gamble’s corporate philanthropy is not just limited to monetary donations made by corporations. The P&G supports projects to benefit the global communities in which the company operates with operations in 90 countries‚ serves nearly 5 billion

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    political or economic gain; here‚ the donation is the prosocial action and the altruism is what motivates the doer to action. II. Theory: Society teaches that a good person is helpful of others‚ this is where the procicial behavior‚ altruism‚ philanthropy and egoism and mutual benefit get very well separate although they are very similar. More males are whiling to help a good looking single woman that drops her keys than women are. Even little boys are more prone to help the subject mentioned above

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    Strategic Philanthropy

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    Strategic Philanthropy- How to do it well‚ Frumkin’s prism‚ Strategic Philanthropy tools Must critically analyse‚ Martin Luther King would strategic philanthropy have facilitated such movements A Decade of Outcome-Oriented Philanthropy Frumpkins prism of GIVING Explained by Stannford Social innovation review Strategic Giving is both a comprehensive‚ critical analysis of modern philanthropy (particularly foundations) and a useful guide for wealthy donors who want to distribute their money

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    Proposal Philanthropy

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    Philanthropy  -­‐  Research  Paper  Outline   Lisa  Hebenstreit     Research  Question:   Why  are  consulting  firms  growing  of  importance  in  the  third  sector  and  are  there  country   specific  differences?     In  today’s  society  the  need  of  giving  increases.  This  development  is  reflected  by  more   and  more  philanthropic  foundations

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    gradually emerges in the public. It seems that anything having some Relationship with eco-friendliness is easy to appeal to people. Some enterprises apply this implicit preference of customers into their marketing strategy‚ making sustainability and philanthropy inherent in their business‚ such is the case of NAU Inc. NAU‚ a design company‚ smashes the stereotype by conducting an interaction with customer‚ promising spare 5% of sales to solve crucial environmental and humanitarian problems. Which area

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