This article was originally published on August 13th
When you’re just getting off the ground, carving out the resources to give back can seem like a daunting prospect or even a luxury reserved for larger corporations. It might be good for optics, but it’s costly — or so the argument goes. It’s a time suck at a critical juncture. It distracts you from your core business.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Sept. 19, 2018
DENVER—Two of the region’s leading community leadership organizations have announced they will team up, combining operations and services. The Denver Metro Chamber Leadership Foundation and B:CIVIC will partner to maximize community leadership and giving by individuals and organizations.
As an organization, we’ve always focused on leveraging collective impact to accomplish what can’t be done alone.
It is with that spirit of collaboration in mind that I and the B:CIVIC board of directors are excited to announce that B:CIVIC will partner with the Denver Metro Chamber Leadership Foundation.
Why are we teaming up? Both organizations are committed to strengthening Colorado through community leaders and organizations that want to make a difference here. This partnership lets us grow our impact. When we combine the expertise from both boards of directors and the dedicated staff, volunteers and alumni, we can serve more individuals and their organizations over time. The more people we engage, the more we can move the needle to grow individual and organizational giving and volunteerism in the community.
This article was originally published on August 3rd
MillerCoors is sending 50,000 cans of water to Northern California, including to the city of Redding, to aid those affected by wildfires in the area.
The company is partnering with Redding Distributing Company to deliver the water to local businesses, firefighters, first responders and aid organizations, including the American Red Cross, assisting residents of the region ravaged by wildfires, which have killed at least six people, including two firefighters, and damaged or destroyed thousands of homes and other structures this summer.