The private sector in our region provides significant support to nonprofits through corporate social investments. But what is the return on investment of this financial support, and how can business and industry maximize it for internal and community purposes?
This special program of the Greenville Partnership for Philanthropy will feature Steve Rochlin, Co-Founder and Co-CEO of IO Sustainability, and will consider the voluntary contributions that companies make to support the well-being of communities, individuals, and environmental systems and how to do them well. The session will:
If you are a professional in our region’s private sector, we encourage you to mark your calendar for this event! Click here to register for updates and the formal invitation when registration opens.
Presented in partnership with the Association of Corporate Citizenship Professionals
Steve Rochlin is Co-Founder and Co-CEO of IO Sustainability. Steve has over 20 years of experience in sustainability and corporate responsibility (CR). He has advised leading companies across a wide variety of industry sectors on how to improve sustainability performance in a way that drives competitive success.
Steve is co-author of two books on sustainability and CR: Beyond Good Company: Next Generation Corporate Citizenship and Untapped: Creating Value in Underserved Markets. He is also lead author of the landmark study: Project ROI: Defining the Competitive and Financial Advantages of Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability, which was described by Forbes as a “Godsend” for the profession. He is frequently asked to speak on Social & Corporate Responsibility topics in conferences around the world.