Connecting businesses and professionals to volunteer opportunities.

January 5, 2016 - We're so pleased to share that effective this week, the CVC is now formally operating as a program offering of Leadership Montgomery! Please pardon our dust as we work to bring our technologies together.

For more information, contact Sarah Burnett at sarah.burnett@leadermont.org or 301-881-3333.

Membership Benefits

For businesses, volunteering means...

...improved employee morale and retention. A Cone/Roper report found that 87% of employees at companies with a program to support a nonprofit cause felt a strong sense of loyalty to their employers. A Conference Board survey of human resource executives found that community reputation ranked third among 21 factors for determining whether or not a company is “an employer of choice.”
 
...enhanced professional growth and teamwork. In a survey by the Points of Light and Allstate Foundations, 97% of respondents thought employee volunteering helped build teamwork, and almost two-thirds of volunteers felt it had a positive effect on their careers.
 
...demonstrated good citizenship and corporate responsibility. Increasingly, social responsibility has become a part of doing business in America; corporate volunteerism actually influences consumer choices. A Cone/Roper survey found that when price and quality are equal, 76% of consumers will switch to a brand or store associated with a good cause.
 
...strengthened public outreach. Based on a survey of 248 companies the Points of Light Foundation concluded: “Corporations and their corporate volunteer managers are working ‘smarter’ to ensure that the employee volunteer effort contributes to fulfilling the company’s business goals.” These companies reported using corporate volunteerism to augment their public relations, marketing, and communications, as well as employee skill building, recruiting and retention, and diversity valuing.
 
Additional benefits of joining the CVC include:
      • Free one hour consultation with a Corporate Social Responsibility expert to identify strategic goals.
      • Moderated roundtable discussions with other members and the CVC-MC Service Committee.
      • Partnership in identifying service and volunteer opportunities, as well as guidance in organizing employee volunteer events.
      • Community recognition of your volunteer programs and events through the CVC-MC website, e-newsletters and press releases.
      • Networking with business leaders and nonprofits.
      • Free and reduced cost admittance to CVC-MC programs and events including educational programs, service projects, and networking events.
      • Recognition in the CVC-MC Annual Review, including your company’s corporate responsibility story.
      • Opportunities to nominate your business for community service awards.
      • Access to members-only resources on the CVC-MC website.
      • Listing on the CVC-MC website in the Member Directory.
      • Opportunities to serve on CVC-MC committees and the CVC-MC Board of Directors.
      • Sponsorship opportunities.

Annual Dues Rates

0-10 employees - $150
11-25 employees - $375
26-50 employees - $750
51-100 employees - $1,125
101-500 employees - $1,500
500+ employees - $2,250

CVC membership dues are collected annually for July 1 – June 30 membership. New members are invited to join CVC-MC throughout the year with dues prorated based on join date.

 

CVC THANKS OUR CIRCLE OF LEADERSHIP SPONSORS

                            

                            


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