Winter 2017 Edition Celebrates Corporate Philanthropy
The Community Foundation for Northern Virginia released its fifth issue of GOOD BUSINESS magazine, a bi-annual publication that features stories of local businesses that play a key role in the community through philanthropy and volunteerism.
The Winter 2017 issue of GOOD BUSINESS features companies that apply their corporate social responsibility strategies when deciding how to give back. The feature article highlights Canvas and how it uses an innovative program called “Ante Up” to engage its employees in volunteerism. The article “Community Stewardship as a Core Competency” discusses Access National Bank’s trifecta of offering trusted advice, dedicated volunteerism and thought leadership. Also featured are articles on QMT Windchimes and how it is making a huge difference for families in Manassas Park in a partnership with the Community Foundation and the Capital Area Food Bank; Odin, Feldmen, & Pittleman, J. R. Goodtimes, Inc., and The Boeing Company.
“With every dollar they donate, local businesses defend the values they hold dear and support the causes they care about, playing an indispensable role in building a community that works for everyone,” said Eileen Ellsworth, President of the Community Foundation for Northern Virginia.
GOOD BUSINESS is designed to inform, inspire, and help spark a community dialogue on the future of corporate philanthropy in Northern Virginia. To download the Winter 2017 issue of GOOD BUSINESS please visit http://www.cfnova.org/publications/good-business.