Can Corporate Volunteering Support the Bottom Line?
12 January 2006

Many companies support and promote employee volunteering because of its perceived benefits to communities, employees, and companies themselves. But what is the impact, and how can it be measured?

This study, commissioned by the Case Foundation and Hands On Network and published in September 2005, focuses on the issue of corporate volunteerism and its impact on communities, employees and corporate bottom lines in the American context. After a thorough exploration of current and existing studies, as well as conversations with numerous corporate leaders, the findings are mixed, but promising.

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