Community Business Resouce Council

Become a CBRC Volunteer

 
     
 
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Become a CBRC Volunteer

Become An Individual Volunteer -or- A Corporate Employee Volunteer
With many years of experience leading and managing volunteers, CBRC is a great place for individuals to get started doing volunteer work. If you are located in one of the seven cities where CBRC has an office – you can apply today to work with us as a volunteer in the following areas:

  • Accounting / Bookkeeping
  • Business Law
  • Financial Analyst
  • Financial Consulting
  • Graphic Design
  • Human Resource Strategist
  • Marketing Manager
  • Photographer
  • Project Manager
  • Salesforce Business Analyst
  • Strategy Consultant
  • Telemarketer
  • Training Specialist
  • Web Developer

Does Your Company Have an Employee Volunteer Program?
What do Bank of America, IBM, and Wells Fargo all have in common? They all offer employee volunteer programs that creates growth for their business.

The benefits of building a strategic Employee Volunteer Program integrated with your core business objectives and competencies create growth for business. Corporate social responsibility in the form of employee volunteer programs creates a win-win situation for businesses, employees and the community.

Employee volunteer programs, also known as “Dollars for Doers” programs, are charitable giving programs set up by corporations in which the company provides a monetary donation to eligible nonprofits as a way to recognize employees who volunteer. They enable corporations to give back to their communities and support organizations that employees are already passionate.

Hundreds of companies offer employee volunteer programs with donations generally ranging from $10-$15 per hour volunteered, they’re already widely offered among Fortune 500 companies and are catching on at smaller firms.

Just click on each company and see for yourself

How Do Employee Volunteer Programs Work?
Employee volunteer programs provide an easy way to raise money from volunteers without asking them to take out their checkbooks. They’re already actively giving their time and are glad to take a few minutes to request grants from their employers – grants that transfers into cash donations for an eligible charitable nonprofit corporation such as Community Business Resource Council (CBRC).

If you work in a corporate environment that currently has a employee volunteer program – or- would like to create a corporate employee volunteer program for your company, then CBRC can provide resources to help entire companies leverage the professional skills within to give their employees an opportunity to volunteer.

 

 

 

 

 
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