Corporate Volunteer Council
About the CVC
Founded in 1981, the Corporate Volunteer Council (CVC) is a coalition of business professional focused on corporate community engagement. CVC provides a space for best practice sharing, professional development and networking. We host monthly meetings on relevant corporate community engagement topics, organize and host networking socials for and provide access to relevant training for community engagement professionals.
The CVC is dedicated to fostering its members' committment to voluneerism by:
-- Serving as a resource for companies expanding or developing volunteer programs.
-- Providing education, training, and networking support for volunteer program managers.
-- Collaborating with member organizations on community activities that meet social needs.
-- Promoting and recognizing volunteerism within the business community.
Quarterly Professional Development Meetings - Members are able to attend all quarterly Professional Development Meetings. These gatherings provide opportunities for networking and professional development. Speakers, from within CVC and from the corporate community, speak to a variety of topics relevant to companies of all sizes.
Summer Social & Holiday Event - Here’s a great opportunity to meet others in the community who are also working to involve employee volunteers.
About Membership: CVC memberships are $200 annually. Memberships are on an annual basis, from July 1 – June 30.
Become a Member
Interested in becoming a member? Contact Becky Blumer, email@example.com to get started.
Upcoming Events - 2015
Tuesday, November 10, 8:00AM - 9:30AM
Topic: Nonprofit Trends Corporations Need to Know
United Way Board Room, 619 SW 11th Ave
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
Join us for this interactive CVC session with Kay Sohl to learn more about Nonprofit Trends that Corporate Engagement professionals should know. Kay brings over 30 years successful experience providing consulting, training, and facilitation for nonprofit organizations, governmental entities, and corporate community engagement programs.