We are a force of business leaders who are as passionate about giving back as we are about running smart, successful companies.
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.
Example of a great Community Impact Report from Brownstein Hyatt Faber Schreck
An excellent Corporate Social Responsibility Report from White Wave Foods
Read about QEP Cares community involvement
How the CH2M Hill Foundation gives back
Cone, 2015 Cone Communications Millennial CSR Study
The majority of millennials consider a company’s corporate social responsibility efforts when deciding where to work, and are willing to take a pay cut to work for a responsible company.
July 28, 2016: B:CIVIC Members and Guests Happy Hour, 5-7pm, The Irish Hound, 575 St. Paul Street
September 8, 2016: B:CIVIC Members Networking Event, Location TBD
October 12, 2016: B:CIVIC CSR Peer Roundtable, Downtown Denver
- 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.”