The Civic 50 Colorado, an initiative of Points of Light, in partnership with CSR Solutions of Colorado, launched this morning virtually. Featuring insights on the survey criteria, numbers to know, updates since last year and how the survey has helped local companies, large and small, help build their business case for CSR.

B:CIVIC is proud to be a promotional partner for the Civic 50 Colorado, the first statewide version of the national Civic 50, to recognize the 50 most community-minded companies in Colorado.

The survey will close on August 31.


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The Civic 50 Colorado honorees are public and private companies with 15+ employees with Colorado operations that exemplify Points of Light’s Corporate Civic Engagement Framework and use their time, talent and resources to drive social impact.

The Civic 50 Colorado honorees are selected based on the four dimensions: investment of resources, integration across business functions, institutionalization through policies and systems and impact measurement.

Learn more about the 2020 survey, including key deadlines, instructions and survey questions from CSR Solutions of Colorado here.


The Civic 50: A Guide for Leading Social Impact in your Community and Company
July 31, 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m., MST | Zoom

Whether your company informally supports the community or has a strategy in place, a strategic framework for starting, strengthening and scaling your social and business impact is important. Points of Light’s new online guide is based on learnings from The Civic 50 to engage employees, support communities and create sustainable change.

More July Virtual Events

Virtual CSR Peer Roundtable
July 16, 8 – 9 a.m., MST | Zoom
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
July 30, Noon – 1 p.m., MST | Zoom

With the world turning more digital, telling your CSR story is more important than ever. As an organization, it is crucial to share your impact externally year-round. From what you’re doing to support a global pandemic like COVID-19 to tapping into partners to help share your message. Learn from Lora Ledermann, founder, CEO and creative director for Scream Agency and Laura Love, founder and chief cultural officer for GroundFloor Media | CenterTable.