Corporate Giving in a Changing Canada
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About the?Caring Company?commitment
First launched in 1988, the Caring Company program is Canada's premier public expression of excellence and leadership in community investment and corporate social?responsibility.
Caring Companies commit to giving at least 1% of their pre-tax profit in support of their communities and in doing so, set the standard for corporate philanthropy in?Canada.
- Receive public recognition for your community investment achievements in our annual advertising and media?campaigns
- Be featured in ongoing Imagine Canada community investment research and?publications
- Access to industry insights and expertise to build a forward-thinking community investment?strategy
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“Many Canadian charities are taking fresh and innovative approaches to address the needs in our communities. As an Imagine Caring Company, we are proud to help them raise the bar and create lasting change.” – Great-West?Life
“At Tundra we truly live by our Give Back core value. It's something we believe in, it is a part of who we are, and a part of our culture. We are humbled and grateful to be recognized as one of a few Canadian Caring Companies.” – Tundra Process?Solutions
To become a Caring Company?get in touch and we can help you get your application?started.
Connect with Imagine Canada to find out if your business qualifies to be a Caring Company. The types of corporate contributions that count as community investment and that can be used for the Caring Company 1% calculation?are:
- cash and in-kind?donations
- time employees spend volunteering during paid work?hours
- management costs associated with community?programs
The Caring Company 1% commitment is aligned with the LBG international framework, recognized as the global standard for understanding community?investment.?
What's the State of Corporate Philanthropy in?Canada?
Read our latest?report
To learn more about the employee engagement and corporate giving strategies of leading companies, download our new report on Canadian community?investment.
In Corporate Giving in a Changing Canada we explore the rise of partnerships, the need for strategic disaster philanthropy, and tackle the question: is the corporate philanthropy of the past dead or has it?evolved?
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Tawanda Chirenda, Manager, Corporate Engagement
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