DENVER – B:CIVIC, an affiliate of the Denver Metro Chamber Leadership Foundation announces the appointment of its advisory board officers and eight new members to its advisory board of directors.
Colorado ranks fourth on America’s Top States for Business, coming in at #12 in the category of Life, Health, and Inclusion. This is in large part due to the social impact commitments of the business community, which is poised to continue to engage and support in 2023 and beyond. As we look back on the year, here are five CSR trends that stood out in Colorado that will continue to shape 2023.
Hundreds of asylum-seekers and migrants have arrived in Denver from South and Central America over the past two weeks. Mayor Hancock issued an emergency declaration and is calling on the entire community to assist with sheltering, feeding, clothing, and meeting other essential needs of these new arrivals, particularly as winter weather sets in. Here are several ways you can help, and more information can be found here at this link.
B:CIVIC joined the Denver Metro Chamber Leadership Foundation as an affiliate in September 2018, solidifying a partnership dedicated to community leadership among businesses and the individuals who run them. This partnership grew from a shared goal to strengthen Colorado leaders and our business community. We now harness not only the power of individual civic engagement through the Leadership Foundation, but also support businesses to do more good through B:CIVIC. Our shared mission – educate and inspire individuals and organizations to take an active role in making Colorado better for all – is stronger than ever.
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This was originally shared in our community newsletter on June 30, 2022.