Project Management Using the Cloud No more lost files, disorganized desks, or printer struggles! Watch CGC COO Brandon McCarty share his tried and true methods for making your organization paperless – including the project management…
A Case Study of Nonprofit Branding A new client – originally called 5K Trees – came to CGC late last year with a mission of planting 6 million trees in urban communities across the U.S., but…
SUPERFIERCE DC, held at the National Museum of Women in the Arts, brought together impactful female artists from across the country to showcase and auction over 40 art pieces with proceeds benefitting EBeauty Community.
The Pay-What-It-Takes model advocates for a more practical view of nonprofit operations and moves the emphasis from what it takes just to fund a program to what it takes to fund a program that makes an impact. Hopefully, with this new model, the end of this all-too-familiar struggle is in sight!
Digital magazine WashingtonExec featured Chris last year in an article called Executives to Know: Meet Chris Hammond of CGC: “Chris Hammond of Corporate Giving Corporation sat down with WashingtonExec to discuss the importance of philanthropic endeavors for corporations and working with nonprofits to serve the communities where they reside.”
CGC jumped at the opportunity to get involved to support our client EBeauty Community’s 2nd Annual Yoga in the Park. Yoga in the Park is an incredible community building event that featured a an awe-inspiring large group outdoor yoga class and spectacular light show to #LightMiamiPink and kick off October and National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
In July, CGC started working with the Will & Jada Smith Family Foundation on marketing for their Careers in Entertainment Initiative and on September 21 the first stop on the CIE Tour kicked off at the Brooklyn Expo Center with over 500 students, administrators, exhibitors, and panelists in attendance, including special guests Jada Pinkett Smith, Jussie Smollett, Leona Lewis, Regina Hall, and many more.