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Breaking the Norm: Unleashing Australia’s Economic Potential

November 1, 2022

This report sheds a light on the substantial role that gender norms play in driving gender gaps in Australia. Modelling for the report found that letting go of prescriptive gender norms would grow the economy by $47 billion by 2040 and $163 billion by 2050. Over the next 50 years, the benefits would continue to grow, reaching $515 billion. This would mean $128 billion more in GDP every year, on average.

Etude Sur Les Rémunérations Individuelles: Organisations D'intérêt Général

December 1, 2016

Second edition of a study on the remunerations in the nonprofit sector in France.

2015 Greater Washington DC Area State of Mentoring: A Report Assessing the Current State of Mentoring for Young People in Our Region

December 17, 2015

According to a new study conducted jointly by the United Way of the National Capital Area (United Way NCA) and Deloitte, the Washington, D.C. metro-area may be falling short when it comes to mentoring. According to the Greater Washington, D.C. State of Mentoring Report, 70% of mentoring organizations throughout the National Capital Community responded that they "did not have enough mentors to effectively provide quality mentoring services to young people in their communities."The report also found that the two most prevalent challenges facing mentoring organizations throughout the National Capital Community include funding (72%) and recruitment of enough volunteer mentors (65%). In addition to funding and volunteer mentor recruitment, the study also shows additional challenges facing mentoring organizations servicing the Greater Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. Some of those additional challenges include:58% of organizations noted that they have a wait list of young people who are looking for mentors.48% attributed this wait list to a lack of volunteers signing up to be mentors.Only 51% of mentoring relationships in the Greater Washington, D.C. area lasted more than two years, compared to 69% nationally.

Out Here: A Report on the Initiative Against the Greek Crisis 2012-2015

February 26, 2015

The Stavros Niarchos Foundation announced the results of Deloitte's analysis of the "Initiative Against the Greek Crisis", a three-year, $130 million (€100 million) grant program funded by the Foundation, announced in early 2012, in order to help alleviate the adverse effects of the socioeconomic crisis in Greece. The report analyzed the grants made through the Initiative and assessed their overall impact on society at large.

Stavros Niarchos Foundation: Grants Against the Greek Crisis Initiative - Assessment Report

February 24, 2015

The Stavros Niarchos Foundation's Grants Against the Greek Crisis is a EUR 100 mil., three-year initiative, which started in January 2012. The Initiative's goal was to alleviate society from the severe consequences of the financial crisis in Greece and to assist those most in need to navigate through these difficult circumstances in the less painful way possible.This report measures the impact of the Grants Against the Greek Crisis initiative, which aimed to cover different needs and target various vulnerable groups. The majority of the grants were directed towards combating social exclusion, supporting overburdened households and providing food aid to unprivileged societal groups and areas. Equally important, the initiative offered employment services, provided temporrary accommodation and housing, provided relief and healthcare services and supported the preservation of health standards. The interrelation of the above was seen as an opportunity to develop programs and direct funding into services that could collectively address multiple needs.

2013 Executive Summary: Deloitte Volunteer IMPACT Survey

January 1, 2013

This survey looks at the value human resources executives place on skills-based volunteering, and how it influences hiring decisions. It also examines the receptivity of college seniors and military personnel to working or volunteering at a nonprofit to increase their marketability for future employment.

Developing the Global Guide: Expanding the Boundaries of Corporate Giving

June 1, 2012

Given the absence of international standards for defining and measuring charitable giving, CECP and Deloitte set out to build the foundation required to establish one with authority.

The Global Guide to What Counts: A Defining Moment for Corporate Giving

February 1, 2012

This Global Guide represents the first significant step toward a larger objective: leveraging the definition of eligible charitable donations presented herein to unlock a shared language for benchmarking and analysis. In turn, achieving this objective will enable companies and other philanthropic agents to develop more effective collaborations and enhance philanthropy's

2010 Executive Summary: Deloitte Volunteer IMPACT Survey

January 1, 2010

The 2010 Deloitte Volunteer IMPACT Survey was commissioned to understand the value corporate America places on skilled volunteerism, and whether businesses expect volunteerism to be effective in helping meet social goals. In addition, the survey explored the ways in which the results of volunteer time are tracked and measured. We hoped to assess what the expectations of volunteer programs are, and to determine what processes are in place to help realize them.