Cutting-Edge Corporate Giving

THU, SEP 22, 2011 (1:24:22)

In a lagging economy, corporations are using creative approaches to get the most out of their charitable donations. Stacy Palmer, editor of the Chronicle of Philanthropy reveals what type of giving is most helpful to grantees, and which is obsolete. Len Schlesinger, president of Babson University, discusses how businesses find causes that resonate with stakeholders, while Jim Koch, founder of The Boston Beer Company, provides examples from his company's philanthropy program. Moderated by George Donnelly, editor of the Boston Business Journal.

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