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.

Click here to download the CVC brochure.

Membership Benefits
Learn more about the advantages to becoming a member of CVC.

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Becky Blumer

Upcoming Events - 2015

Do Good. Get Noticed. With Erica Mills

Hands On Greater Portland Partner Breakfast - Cohosted by CVC

Tuesday, June 9
8:30 - 9:00 am - Register & Grab Breakfast
9:00 - 11:00 am - Program

Do Good. Get Noticed.

Each and every one of us is working hard to promote our corporate community engagement opportunities and attract employees to join us on volunteer events, giving campaigns and committees.  But let’s face it, there's a lot of noise and with so much going on in our workplaces it can be difficult to be heard.  

Erica Mills from Claxon Marketing in Seattle will be joining us as a guest speaker to help you do good and get noticed!   This year we're excited to partner with Hands On Greater Portland on their 10th Annual Partner Breakfast.  You'll have the opportunity to meet and network with 75+ non profit organizations, have a great breakfast, and learn a ton from Erica about how to create a consistent and compelling message for your community engagement program.  This presentation has something for everyone, not just for those of you housed in the marketing department!