B:CIVIC’s Community Newsletter

May 12, 2020

B:CIVIC Member Directory

B:CIVIC is excited to launch our new member directory featuring our 150+ Colorado members, representing every major industry and their community impact pages. There, you can find organizations elevating business for good to work with and support.

If you’re a B:CIVIC member, you can also easily update your information through our new member request form.


Colorado COVID-19 Trends:

We continue to track what companies in Colorado are doing to support stakeholders during this time. We are excited to share these member stories and resources to inspire you.

Have a story or resource to share? Contact us.



  • Benevity released a special 2020 COVID-19 relief report as part of #GivingTuesdayNow from over 500 companies, highlighting how businesses are activating their people and communities during a crisis.
  • Charles Schwab Foundation leader shared her approach and learnings in responding to COVID-19 with Prosono, who identified the key elements to Charles Schwab’s response.
  • Realized Worth’s Chris Jarvis shared his insight and resources around virtual volunteering last week. View the recap.

Supporting Stakeholders & Communities:

Help Colorado Now Update: Local aviators will donate their time and resources to raise money and awareness for Help Colorado Now through a Flyover Fundraising Parade and Aerial Salute to essential workers in Denver Metro on May 14 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Lockheed Martin is providing a generous $500,000 donation challenge match.

  • BOK Financial made a $100,000 contribution to the Colorado Restaurant Response to re-hire and keep restaurant workers employed, resulting in more than 15,000 meals for food insecure families.
  • BP Foundation committed $2M to WHO’s COVID-19 response fund. BPX Energy offered a discount to health care workers and first responders, providing over $1M in fuel discounts to date.
  • Boys and Girls Club of Metro Denver created a report on its Phase One: COVID-19 Response Impact, highlighting its response over the past 30 days. Its staff pivoted to serve kids and the community in radically different ways, from delivering food to families in need to developing virtual programming to keep kids engaged and learning. The organization has a partnership with Food Bank of the Rockies, and its staff members provided emergency food distribution support on-site.
  • The Colorado Oil & Gas Association* (COGA) launched an industry employee donation campaign for Food Bank of the Rockies and raised more than $10,500 to date.
  • Oil and gas leaders and employees, including members, BPX Energy, COGA, QEP Resources and Suncor Energy, have stayed true to their roots and provided philanthropic support to local communities. Banding together, they are supporting food insecurity, COVID-19 relief funds, and their communities and employees.
  • QEP Resources took action to ensure the health and safety of its stakeholders to contain the outbreak. The company reached out to the community to understand needs and align resources and responses to make the greatest impact. Their efforts included over $80,000 in donations to local organizations.
  • Revere Software helped get its clients, including Twilio, online skills-based virtual volunteering platforms
  • RevGen has been hosting weekly townhalls for employees to share what’s on their mind, as well as virtual “watercoolers” for teams, including a virtual 5K. RevGen encouraged employees to get involved in the community by supporting local nonprofits.
  • S&P Global Market Intelligence is providing complimentary access to hospitals and state and local Governments to help track supply chains of ventilators and PPE.
  • TIAA is waiving fees for ATM transactions, wire transfers, insufficient funds and late credit card payments. TIAA also increased limits on debit and cash withdrawals and is allowing eligible customers to skip a monthly payment without penalty.
  • Twiliois supporting United Way Worldwide’s 2-1-1 capabilities with technology during COVID-19.
  • VF Corporation keeps paying retail employees despite store closures and increased pay at the distribution center.

CSR Jobs & Virtual Events

CSR Jobs

Virtual Events

CSR Peer Roundtable
May 21, 8 – 9 a.m., MST | Zoom Conference
B:CIVIC For-Profit Members Only
The CSR peer roundtable is a peer-advisory group for professionals with B:CIVIC member companies to engage in CSR-related conversations.

COVID-19 Response Updates
May 28, 8 – 9 a.m., MST | Zoom Conference
B:CIVIC is providing regular updates, best practices and tools related to COVID-19.

CSR Peer Roundtable
June 11, 8 – 9 a.m., MST | Zoom Conference
B:CIVIC For-Profit Members Only
The CSR peer roundtable is a peer-advisory group for professionals with B:CIVIC member companies to engage in CSR-related conversations.

Telling Your CSR Story
June 16, 11:30 – 1 p.m., MST | Zoom Conference
Join Laura Love of GroundFloor Media | CenterTable and Lora Ledermann of Scream Agency to learn how you can tell your organization’s impact story year-round.