In the first part of our feature with WomenHeart, we interviewed their team to learn more about their #HappyHeart campaign and partnerships that are helping them to have an even further impact on saving lives this month and beyond. In part two we interview WomenHeart Champion, Joe Ann Burgett, on what it means to be a survivor and mentor for other women diagnosed with heart disease.
During the month of February, WomenHeart is helping to raise awareness about risk factors, prevalence, and prevention of heart disease in women. We interviewed their team to learn more about their #HappyHeart campaign and partnerships that are helping them to have an even further impact this month and beyond.
For Momentum’s Cause Marketing Glossary goes well beyond providing a single cause marketing definition. Our newly This updated compilation of industry terminology offers professionals at all levels a quick glimpse into the ever-evolving world of cause marketing.
Now that Giving Tuesday, holiday, and year-end fundraising campaigns are in the rearview mirror, take a deep breath, congratulate yourself and your team and keep the pedal to the metal. But first, take a few minutes to read this list of fundraising pitfalls to avoid in 2019.
As companies look to be a force for good, they are becoming more strategic about their cause partnerships as they choose nonprofit partners who align with their social purpose. These partnerships have become an integral part of business strategy as well as an effective way to demonstrate the value a company has in strengthening the communities where they live, work and play.
In today’s culture, consumers and employees expect companies to take a leadership role in solving important societal issues and improving […]
The excitement of kicking off a new year coupled with the spotlight on corporate social responsibility has most of us gleefully diving headfirst into our cause programs. Let’s pause for a moment and take a look at some of the new trends we will encounter in 2019.
By: Mollye Rhea As cause campaigns shift and adapt with new digital activations, in-store experiences, and even adopting AI technology, […]
With the year winding to a close let’s glance back at the trends that helped define cause marketing in 2018. As companies embraced brand purpose to connect with consumers and employees, we saw brands taking stands, the rise of corporate disaster philanthropy, new employee engagement strategies, the continued growth of #GivingTuesday and traditional cause campaigns still going strong. These trends all made socially responsible efforts a winning proposition for companies, nonprofits, and the community.
Increasingly, employees demand options when it comes to giving time and money through the workplace. The Giving USA Special Report on the Evolution of Workplace Giving, recently released by the Giving USA Foundation and Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy, cited a large body of research that led to three main conclusions about how employee engagement and workplace giving is evolving: