Through their Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programs, businesses tap into their employees’ sense of purpose to give back to the community and create social impact. Whether it is serving meals at a soup kitchen. Participating in the Santa Claus parade. Or providing marketing or legal advice to a nonprofit.
Businesses can take their CSR strategies to the next level to achieve a competitive advantage. How? By integrating their CSR strategies with their HR leadership and development (L&D) strategies. After all, attracting, developing and retaining top talent is a key priority in most leading organizations in Canada.
By Building Breakthrough Boards, B3 can provide your organization with an innovative, high-impact L&D program that sharpens your employees’ leadership skills through nonprofit board service. With this hands-on leadership development opportunity, your employees develop their talents to become dynamic leaders for a changing world.
Simply put, we are matchmakers. We bring together nonprofits and businesses, both forces for good, to create the world we want. Our matchmaking platform places and trains corporate employees and professionals to serve on nonprofit boards.
The B3 Board Matching & Training Program. Building community through leadership development.
Provide your employees with a hands-on leadership development opportunity to learn skills crucial to their career advancement
Support your employees’ efforts to hone their leadership skills by becoming a nonprofit board leader in the community
Tap into you employees’ sense of purpose to give back to the community while driving employee engagement
Our B3 Board Matching & Training Program is a strategic addition to your portfolio of existing L&D learning tools. Such as in-house classes, coaching, online learning, conferences, certification programs and tuition reimbursements. It is also a wonderful addition to your CSR initiatives on employer-supported volunteering (ESV).
We provide your employees with personalized one-on-one consulting and coaching services throughout the matching process with a nonprofit board. We also provide them with board training to enrich their knowledge on nonprofit governance before they join a nonprofit board. We currently serve the cities of Toronto, Calgary, Edmonton and Vancouver.
… believe employer-supported volunteering (ESV) is an effective way for employees to gain leadership skills
… want to serve on a nonprofit board but don’t know where to start or who to approach
… believe it’s important to share their expertise to help a nonprofit board
As we celebrate the 150th birthday of Canada with the 150Alliance, we are proud to contribute to a national narrative that weaves inspiring stories of how businesses and nonprofits are working side by side through our B3 Board Matching & Training Programs.
Alberta's Promise operates within the Government of Alberta’s Department of Human Services. With over 1,800 business, nonprofit and community partners, they help businesses connect with non-profits across Alberta to make meaningful contributions that benefit children and youth ages 0 to 24.
For 20 years, CharityVillage has been the HR partner for recruitment in the Canadian nonprofit sector. Through their eLearning courses, volunteer and event listings, webinars, newsletters, articles, tools and resources, they help nonprofit staff and volunteers do their best work every day.
The Edmonton Chamber of Voluntary Organizations is a member-based nonprofit organization founded in 2002 in Edmonton, AB. They serve the nonprofit and charitable organizations in the Alberta Capital Region.
The Ontario Nonprofit Network (ONN) is the provincial network for the approximately 55,000 nonprofit organizations across Ontario. As a 7,000-strong provincial network, with a volunteer base of 300 sector leaders, ONN brings the diverse voices of the sector to government, funders and business to create and influence systemic change.
For over 62 years, Propellus has been supporting volunteers and volunteerism within the communities of Calgary. It strongly believes that volunteering is essential to creating and sustaining healthy, supportive and connected communities.
The Sustainability Network is a national organization that works with environmental nonprofits to make them more effective and efficient. Their mission is to enrich environmental leaders and nonprofit organizations so that they can help us all achieve sustainability.
Founded in 1943, Vantage Point delivers learning opportunities focused on governance, leadership, planning and people engagement for new and seasoned sector leaders, board directors and managers, aimed at advancing not-for-profit leadership.
Women Get On Board is a leading member-based company that connects, promotes and empowers women to corporate boards. They do this through an engaged community of women and men in Canada committed to advancing gender diversity in the boardroom.