Choosing the Right Nonprofit Partner for your Company

Powerful advice for increasing strategic alignment between business objectives and community investment programmes

Your company wants to make a positive social impact, while at the same time addressing the interests of your stakeholders – employees, customers, shareholders, and society at large. Now you need to select a nonprofit partner, but who do you work with? Where do you start? And how do you ensure the partnership meets both your business needs and addresses a social issue at the same time?

Attending this one-day interactive training course will help participants develop the skills needed to assess and select the right nonprofit partner and prepare for a successful community investment program. By the end of the course, you will feel confident in your ability to select the right nonprofit partner and to establish a program that meets your company and business objectives. The course will equip you with these skills through a combination of presentations, real-world examples, and practical tools, empowering you to select the right partner for your company’s community investment, corporate responsibility or shared value initiatives.

This course will be led by corporate responsibility and shared value practitioner Gillian Pearl of PCS Consulting who has won international CSR awards and worked with and for international organisatons like Microsoft, Visa, Unilever and the World Bank, developing long-term community investment and shared value programs across Asia Pacific and North America.

Course details:

Date: 22 October 2015, Thursday

Time: 9.00 am to 5.00 pm
(Registration starts at 8.45am)

Venue:
Holiday Inn Singapore Orchard City Centre Oleander Suite, 11 Cavenagh Road Singapore 229616

Course fee:
SGD 999 per person (on or before 6 September 2015) SGD 1 299 per person (after 6 September 2015)

To register, please visit https://www.regonline.sg/ChoosingRightNonprofitPartnerforCompany.

*Singapore registered companies can enjoy rebates of 40% under the Productivity and Innovation Credit (PIC) scheme. For more information, visit here.