By: Ashley Byars We’re pleased to announce that our Social Impact Stats Compendium 2022 is ready to download and reference […]
We hope you’ve been enjoying our series of blogs highlighting key research findings from our 2022 report, Next Level Partnerships: A Corporate Perspective. In Part I, we shared insights into what corporations are looking for from nonprofit partners. In Part II, we looked at how corporations make partnership decisions. In this third and final installment, we zero in on factors that influence the selection of nonprofit partners and what makes the partnerships successful.
Higher consumer expectations are especially pronounced in Millennials and Gen Z. They are using their significant purchasing power to exert pressure on companies to comply with their values, including diversity, equity and inclusion. Companies that don’t align may find themselves boycotted. This has pushed brands to dig deep and put values and social impact at the forefront of their marketing efforts.
Take a look at some of the B2S campaigns we see getting it right this year.
The Halo Awards are North America’s highest honor for corporate social impact initiatives with outstanding consumer or employee engagement. These prestigious CSR, cause marketing and corporate social impact awards focus on initiatives where brand purpose and social impact intersect to help build a better world—and bottom line. Sponsored by For Momentum and selected by the Halo judges, the Best of the Best Halo Award is chosen from the full spectrum of Halo applications. It’s category agnostic and recognizes an initiative that demonstrates best practices in social impact engagement. The winner: Expedia Group and UNICEF USA – “Give the World a Shot.”
For Momentum is pleased to continue to bring you highlights from our recently released 2022 report, Next Level Partnerships: A Corporate Perspective, the result of polling corporate partnerships professionals from 65 companies. In Part 1, we focused on what corporations are looking for from nonprofit partners. Here, we’ll take a close look at how corporations make partnership decisions and select partners.
By: Lucy Spratlin In parts I and II of this series, we explained NFTs and shared examples of how […]
We’ve tracked corporate partnership trends for more than a decade and over the last year, we’ve seen that stakeholders have higher expectations of companies and their cause platforms across the board. Let’s dive into key learnings, including how corporate partnership decision makers are reacting to increased pressures and the motivations behind their decision making.
Why nonprofits should care about NFTs. As we shared in Part I of our two-part non-fungible token (NFT) series, nonprofits and corporate partners are using NFTs to raise funds in exciting new ways, including auctioning one-of-a-kind digital art. Why the fascination?
NFTs have created a wealth of opportunities for cause marketing over the last year and continue to gain ground. For many mission-driven organizations, a single gift of an NFT from a major brand to re-sell as a fundraiser can be a game-changer. We’re seeing innovative social impact partnerships capitalize on the NFT trend in three main ways: auctions, charitable investments and direct donations. Take a look at these stand-outs.
Get a macro- and micro- view of how corporate social impact strategists really work when For Momentum’s Mollye Rhea and corporate panelists unveil this brand new research.