How Giving Back Can Benefit your Business

This article was written by Maggie McEntee, digital communications and brand manager at the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce, featuring B:CIVIC Members. The article was featured in Business Altitude issue 1, 2019.

A HEALTHY COMMUNITY FOSTERS STRONG businesses. We all have the ability to positively impact our community – and we have some tips and resources to help get you started. You may be surprised to learn that you don’t have to have a lot of time or money to be socially responsible and give back to the community. If you or your company doesn’t know where to start with corporate social responsibility, we’re here to help.

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Denver Metro Chamber Leadership Foundation announces 2019 9NEWS Leader of the Year finalists

This article was originally published on Nov. 12

Since 1999, 9NEWS has recognized outstanding leaders in the community.

This year, 9NEWS has again partnered with the Denver Metro Chamber Leadership Foundation – an affiliate of the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce that educates and inspires people who want to make a difference as leaders in the community – to select and honor the next 9NEWS Leader of the Year.

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On Philanthropy: Coherent philanthropy: Seven tips for effective business giving, By Bruce DeBoskey, The DeBoskey Group

The following content is by , President and Founder of The DeBoskey Group. The DeBoskey Group is a founding member of B:CIVIC.

This article was originally published on Aug. 8,

U.S. corporations are a strong force for good – above and beyond their recognized role as drivers of employment and the economy.

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Startup CSR: How To Give Back When You’re Just Getting Off The Ground

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.

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