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May 26, 2014
Business4Better report concludes midsized companies are still figuring out corporate philanthropy: They're good at giving locally but struggle to harness employee potential.
"Mid-sized companies, which represent about one-fourth of American businesses, are actively engaged in corporate philanthropy, largely with local charities. Yet even as these companies move beyond 'checkbook philanthropy' to broader involvement in causes, a report suggests many have not yet figured out how to reap the benefits of employee engagement in their communities." -- Eileen Cunniffe, the Nonprofit Quarterly