Last week I attended an event at the White House focused on the Strong Cities Strong Communities (SC2) initiative that the Obama administration launched in July 2011. The program is a customized pilot initiative to strengthen local capacity and spark economic growth in local communities.
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Upon announcing the 5th-ever round of finalists in the annual Siemens Sustainable Community Awards, today BCLC founder and executive director called American cities "hotbeds of social and environmental innovation."
Boston is one of America's oldest cities, with a rich economic and social history.
BCLC's report, Together For Recovery: Business is Part of the Solution, is a compilation of stories about how the business community is helping individuals, non profits, communities, and small businesses weather the economic storm.
February: Business Issues & Innovations in 2013
The Business Civic Leadership Center and the San Diego County Office of Emergency Services invite you to participate in an important forum for business, nonprofit organizations, and local government.
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... That's what we found in Philadelphia in 2011 at the National Conference on Corporate Community Investment (Twitter: #CCI11), hosted with some of America's top brands and nonprofit organizations.
With a focus on how to leverage partnerships in order to be better and be stronger -- both as organizations and as U.S. communities -- key conference tracks focused on energy innovation, education transformation, economic vitality, government collaboration, volunteerism, and philanthropy.
The Executive Interview Series is an opportunity for hear from experts in the field of CSR about the impact of their programs throughout the communities in which they operate. The Series explores various CSR topics from health and wellness and sustainability, to education and volunteerism.