Who Really Benefits from Volunteerism?

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The case for community engagement and outreach in corporate America

 

A recent post https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/why-todays-professionals-undervaluing-volunteerism-anne-taylor?trk=prof-post by Anne Taylor, Vice Chairman and Managing Partner at Deloitte, in which she reflected on her participation in Deloitte’s 17th annual Impact Day and corporate volunteerism in general, stuck me as a potent reminder of the numerous benefits that community service offers to all involved. “Business as usual” marks a win-win relationship for the company and the client; with the addition of a community service component, company employees and charitable organizations are implicated in the winnings as well.

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