39 Days of IDEAS | Day 9: Celebrating corporate volunteerism

The Corporate Volunteer Council of Atlanta’s annual IMPACT Awards—happening this Wednesday at the College Football Hall of Fame—is a high-profile recognition of Atlanta companies that support the community.

A great idea now in its 17th year, the Corporate Volunteer Council of Atlanta’s annual IMPACT Awards is a high-profile recognition of Atlanta companies that support the community through employee volunteer programs and other civic engagements. 2013 winners included technology corporation Cisco, law firm Kilpatrick Townsend, AutoTrader, and others; the 2014 ceremony will take place Sept. 17 at the College Football Hall of Fame. “We started the IMPACT Awards to celebrate corporate civic engagement and to inspire more companies to get involved,” said ED Cheryl Kortemeier. “Atlanta’s corporate employees are accomplishing amazing things that often go unnoticed.” 

To learn more, view the finalists, and join the celebration, click here.

 

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