We are a force of business leaders who are as passionate about giving back as we are about running smart, successful companies. Join us for our Summit September 29!
A conference for anyone interested in corporate social responsibility, corporate philanthropy, community investment and being inspired!
Whether you are new at CSR, or a long-time professional, you will find great value in attending, networking and learning. Speakers include:
Diane Solinger, Global Director, GooglersGive
Gayle Jennings-O’Byrne, CEO, The Prometheus Exchange and former VP, JPMorgan Chase Global Philanthropy
Kimberly Davis, Senior Managing Director, Teneo Holdings and former President, JPMorgan Chase Foundation
Steve Rochlin, Co-CEO, IO Sustainability and Creator, Project ROI
Welcome from The Honorable Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper
And many more speakers delivering workshops, lightning talks (TED-esque talks) and discussions around the topics of most interest in CSR
Tickets are just $185/$235 (member/non) for an all-day pass
Includes breakfast, lunch and reception
Thursday, September 29, 2016
Downtown Denver at Mile High United Way, 711 Park Avenue West (within a few blocks of Coors Field)
8:30 am-5:30 pm (Doors open at 8 am for registration and a continental breakfast)
See full agenda here
The B:CIVIC Summit is a focused, high-energy, intimate gathering of like-minded business people whose mission is to give back to their communities. We invite anyone dedicated to socially responsible business to join us as we deliver on our theme: Sparking Collaboration, Igniting Impact. Visit here for details.
B:CIVIC is the only organization in Colorado focused for professionals and business leaders in for-profit companies who are responsible for civic philanthropy. We know that companies of all shapes, sizes and industries focus on the business of their business, and we created B:CIVIC to also give these companies information, insight and a network to learn more about how to be civic-minded while meeting business goals.
So, we’re getting the good going.
Join us. Whether you are a one-person CSR team, owner of a business, lead a corporate Foundation, or are otherwise involved in corporate philanthropy, you need to be a part of the B:CIVIC community. Because together we will increase the amount of philanthropy, employee engagement and collective good for the community. And, we’ll help your business meet its goals too.
September 29, 2016: B:CIVIC Summit featuring the Honorable Governor John Hickenlooper; Diane Solinger, Global Director, GooglersGive and many other regional and national speakers! Details here.
October 12, 2016: B:CIVIC CSR Peer Roundtable – Downtown Denver 7:30am-9am.
B:CIVIC Members’ Perspectives
“With more than 20 years behind us, CoBiz Financial looks ahead to what the next 20 years will bring. Placing community at the very heart of what we do, we are committed to a culture that gives back and inspires volunteerism and a passion to support our local communities in Colorado and Arizona.”
“Our actions matter more than words. At Molson Coors we believe you should be able to see how we run our business because part of being responsible is making sure you can see how we’re doing. Download our 2015 Responsibility Report to get the data on the responsibility you expect.”
“A healthy business depends on thriving communities. Ball’s commitment to the communities where we live and operate has been an integral part of our corporate culture ever since the five Ball brothers founded the company in 1880. We support organizations, programs and civic initiatives that advance sustainable livelihoods. For us, community engagement is how our company and our employees enrich the places where we live and work beyond providing jobs, benefits and paying local taxes. Through the Ball Foundation, corporate giving, employee giving and volunteerism, we invest in the future of the communities that sustain us.”
- Ellen Sandberg, Vice President, Community Investment, CH2M
“CH2M is part of B:CIVIC because we believe that collaborating with our for-profit colleagues to help the non-profit sector strengthens both entities in important and lasting ways. Corporate citizenship can be practiced by businesses of all sizes and we can all learn from each other to raise the level of dialogue and interaction to simultaneously raise the level of support provided to meet community needs.”