This was originally shared via the B:CIVIC Community Newsletter on Oct. 13, 2020.
Colorado Companies Uniting Against Racism
To date we have 124 business and community organizations that have taken the pledge to commit to listening, learning and leading more effectively to combat racism.
New Pledge Signers:
- Colorado Technology Association
- Confluence Sustainability
- Denver Scholarship Foundation
- Designs for Learning
- Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver
- Message Matters
- Mile High United Way
- PEAK Resources, Inc.
- Teatulia Organic Teas
B:CIVIC Summit is Next Week
(Re)Define B:CIVIC Summit
Oct. 22, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m., MST | Community Event
Presented by Suncor Energy and VF Corporation, (Re)Define has two inspiring keynotes and 12 workshops focused on the business of making an impact in our communities.
Invite your CSR champions and register by Oct. 20.
Due to the generous underwriting of Delta Dental of Colorado, PEAK Resources and Suncor Energy, this year’s Summit is providing complimentary tickets for up to 75 small (under 100 employees) and minority-owned Colorado companies. Contact us to learn more.
Deadline: Trout Tank H2O
Oct. 18, Midnight | Community Event
Entrepreneurs and businesses anywhere in Colorado – from early-stage startups to more established companies – are welcome. If you have an idea, product or service that addresses a water-related challenge, you are a fit for this program.
Virtual Voices | Redlining
Oct. 29, 11 a.m. – Noon, MST | Community Program
Redlining is the systemic denial of various services by federal government agencies, local governments and the private sector either directly or through the selective raising of prices. Join us to learn this history of redlining in Denver, how it’s still happening and what we can do to help lead change.
Virtual CSR Peer Roundtable
Nov. 12, 8-9 a.m., MST | 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.
Save the Date: Serve ‘n Sips
Nov. 19, 4-5:30 p.m., MST | Community Program
Join B:CIVIC and Denver Metro Chamber Leadership Foundation alum for our virtual holiday celebration. Connect with fellow leaders, compete in trivia and engage in virtual service projects.
For nearly 60 years, Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver has navigated times of difficulty and crisis to provide safe places and resources for club kids. The organization’s belief is as strong today as it was six months ago: that all kids will achieve their greatest potential. Read Summer Impact Report to learn more.
Twilio has open-sourced its employee impact program called WePledge. WePledge is a movement to inspire people to pledge 1% of personal time or financial resources to do good in our community. To amplify the WePledge community’s impact, Twilio is donating $1 million toward organizations selected by WePledge members.
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