Announcing IAVE's NEW Research Report: "Corporate Volunteering for a Post-Pandemic World - Part 2"

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Last year we released Corporate Volunteering for a Post-Pandemic World, a comprehensive look at corporate volunteering based on interviews with 80 companies located in 32 different countries. The research has been downloaded thousands of times and the key findings shared at conferences around the world, both in-person and virtually. We have also hosted many webinars to highlight the key findings. The original report was translated in whole or in part into Spanish, Chinese, and Korean.

. Analytical profiles have been written by local researchers based on extensive interviews with companies, nonprofit organizations, volunteer-involving organizations, academics, and independent consultants.
Feel free to share the report with your networks. We look forward to hearing from you to learn how you are using this information to inform and inspire your volunteering programs.

In this research report:

The State of Health of Corporate Volunteering in:

    • Contemporary Trends and Patterns of Corporate Volunteering in Africa
    • Causes Supported by Existing Programs
    • Employee Volunteering Issues
    • Significant Country-Specific Volunteering Trends
    • Government Policies and Regulations
    • The Role of Culture and Religion
    • The Role of the State
    • Demographic, Economic and Political Factors
    • Trends in Corporate Volunteering
    • Corporate Volunteering Trends in Different Arab Countries
    • Characteristics Distinct to the Region
  • Special report: China
    • National Policies
    • Popularization of Enterprise Voluntary Service
    • Branding of Enterprise Voluntary Service
    • Speeding Up Establishment of Voluntary Service Information Systems
    • Exploring Online Volunteer Service
    • Specialization of Enterprise Voluntary Service
    • Participation in the Strategy of Corporate Social Responsibility
    • Participation in the National Strategy
    • Family Participation in Enterprise Voluntary Service
  • Special Report: Korea
    • An Increased Focus on Measuring Social Value
    • Differences and Similarities Across Borders
    • Country Specific Characteristics
    • Challenges and Opportunities
  • Special Report: Poland
    • The Polish Tradition of Voluntary Action
    • Volunteering in Poland: Skepticism, Distrust and Bad Experiences
    • Challenges
    • Who Are the Most Vulnerable – and Why?
    • How Companies Are Influencing Volunteering in Poland
    • “Action” Overload
    • Looking Ahead –the Future of Corporate Volunteering in Poland
    • Influences of Immigration: Ukrainian and Belarus Case
    • Companies Jumping Onboard
  • Special report: Russia
    • Important Update
    • New Trends and Patterns in Corporate Volunteering
    • Increased Employee Volunteering to Support Particular Causes
    • Needed: Exploration of employee volunteering in local and/or mid-size companies
    • Significant Country-Specific Trends
    • The Influence of Government Policies and Regulations
    • Key Problems of Corporate Volunteering
    • Confronting Complex Realities
    • Identifying Regional Tendencies
    • Finding the Right Focus
    • Cross-Cutting Trends
    • Collaborating to Meet Particular Needs
    • Toward More Professional Management
    • The Future of Corporate Volunteering in Latin America
  • Special Report: Venezuela
    • A Country Once Known as Rich and Prosperous
    • A Country in Complex Crisis
    • Adapting to Local Reality
    • Highlights of Key Initiatives
    • North American Issues
    • Forces Shaping Corporate Volunteering
    • Forms of Corporate Volunteering
    • Management of Corporate Volunteering
    • Rise in Corporate Volunteering
    • Towards Issue-Specific Corporate Volunteering
    • Dedicated Volunteering Day(s)
    • Stepped-Up Emphasis on Skills-Based Volunteering
    • Networking to Spur Innovation


Position: Co -Founder of ENGAGE,a new social venture for the promotion of volunteerism and service and Ideator of Sharing4Good

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