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Find out how engaging with VolunteerMatch has helped these corporations realize their Employee Volunteer Program objectives.
Getting An Employee Volunteer Program Off The Ground
A Case Study of Exelon Corporation
Exelon Corporation (NYSE: EXC) is a leading energy company that in 2010 served 5.4 million customers and earned more than $17 billion in revenues.
Through a partnership with VolunteerMatch, in 2004 Exelon developed infrastructure, tools and services to actively and successfully engage employees in volunteerism. In 2010 they collected their third straight award as VolunteerMatch's Corporate Volunteer Program of the Year.
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Past Case Studies
Charles Schwab mobilized over 1,300 employees for "FERSTT Aid Day," a national day of community service to over 50 nonprofits across eight cities. Learn how VolunteerMatch helped them manage their events.
To increase involvement in their employee volunteer program, Target recruited and trained their Target Volunteer Councils (TVCs) to identify and plan volunteer activities that were important to each of their locations.
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