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Giving in Numbers: 2021 Edition

October 22, 2021

CECP is excited to share, in the 2021 edition of Giving in Numbers, brandnew insights that cover a wide range of corporate social engagement topics. Giving in Numbers has long reported on most of these topics, but this year the report illuminates new details relevant to the global COVID19 pandemic and social justice efforts. These new insights were selected in accordance with inquiries from corporate leaders in CECP's coalition seeking to empower themselves by bringing new data into their strategic decision making. 

Giving in Numbers: 2020 Edition

January 1, 2020

The 2020 edition of CECP's Giving in Numbers takes a closer look at the latest trends on employee engagement, community investment, and social efforts made by large corporations during 2019, one year before the world was confronted by a global pandemic derived from a new infectious illness, Coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19).CECP has the largest and most historical data set on trends in the industry, shared by more than 585 multi-billion-dollar companies over nearly 19 years, representing more than $312 billion in corporate social investments over that time span. The report is embraced by professionals across all sectors globally to understand how corporations invest in society, with topics ranging from cash and in-kind/product, employee volunteerism and giving, and impact measurement. 

2017 Corporate Playbook for Supporting Military Families

July 27, 2017

This report, by Blue Star Families and the Caster Center and sponsored by USAA, examines the unique strengths and challenges of military families, best practices for supporting military families, why your company should support these families, and the steps to begin or strengthen your company's plan to support military families.

Drones for Disaster Response and Relief Operations

April 21, 2015

Aerial drones are one of the most promising and powerful new technologies to improve disaster response and relief operations. Drones naturally complement traditional manned relief operations by helping to ensure that operations can be conducted safer, faster, and more efficiently. When a disaster occurs, drones may be used to provide relief workers with better situational awareness, locate survivors amidst the rubble, perform structural analysis of damaged infrastructure, deliver needed supplies and equipment, evacuate casualties, and help extinguish fires -- among many other potential applications. This report will discuss how drones and the aerial data they collect can be used before, during, and after a disaster. It includes an overview of potential solutions and deployment models, as well as, recommendations on removing regulatory barriers to their use. The American Red Cross, leading private sector companies, and federal agencies coordinated by Measure, a 32 Advisors Company, have come together to explore and explain how and why drones should be used in the wake of natural disasters and other emergencies that threaten widespread loss of life and property.