Skills-Based Volunteerism Event at the Duquesne Club

Join us as a nonprofit partner on June 8 at the Pittsburgh Business Time’s discussion around skills-based volunteering. Presenting sponsor and co-collaborator, Covestro, will dive deep into the role of corporate citizenship and how it helps to create a connected community and stronger nonprofits. The Bayer Center’s Executive Director, Peggy Outon, will be a panelist discussing meaningful engagement and thoughtful capacity building. Register online for this exclusive event at the Duquesne Club. Individual ticket prices are $35. We hope to see you there!

Volunteerism has long been a cornerstone of corporate citizenship initiatives. Today, however, mounting research shows skills-based volunteer programs not only strengthen nonprofits and communities by providing technical expertise and building capacity, they effectively engage corporate employees and boost performance, loyalty and morale. This discussion will highlight the evolution of volunteer programs and showcase the newest, most effective approaches, including Skills-Based Volunteerism, a trend being pioneered here in Western Pennsylvania that is having major impacts on both companies and nonprofits.

Join us on Wednesday, June 8 from 8 – 10 a.m. at the Duquesne Club and learn about the evolution of volunteer programs and the newest, most effective approaches. Ticket cost is $35. Register online at the Pittsburgh Business Times.

Moderator: Rebecca Lucore, Head of Sustainability and CSR, Covestro LLC
Panelists: Ryan Kish, Program Manager, Alcoa Foundation; Lois Mufuka Martin, Chief Volunteer Engagement Officer,United Way of Southwestern PA; Peggy Outon, Executive Director, Bayer Center for Nonprofit Management at Robert Morris University; Daniel Pinho, Senior Vice President and Assistant Group Manager, Trade Finance, The PNC Financial Services Group.

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