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David J. Dunworth: How Corporate Social Responsibility Grows Companies

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David J Dunworth is an internationally acclaimed speaker and Best Selling author of six books, hundreds of articles and ghost writer. Working in a service capacity is nothing new to him. His thirty-seven years in hospitality proves that. He has served on Boards of Directors of nonprofits, chambers of commerce and been a  Master of Ceremonies for International Fund Raisers.

About our discussion he says, "Businesses that support local Nonprofit and NGO organizations beyond writing a check not only make a positive impact on their communities, doing so can also improve their bottom line. As this population gets younger every year, the expectation that corporations and businesses contributing to the social welfare of all grows in demand.  'Gen Z’s and Millennials demand that purchasing from, or working for a company requires their social involvement beyond writing a check.

'Companies can grow their brand as well as profits by becoming directly involved in social good. Science proves that employees volunteering and giving blood regularly have lower absenteeism, are more loyal, positive, collaborative and creative.

"The listeners will gather first-hand knowledge on the values of CSR, why it is critical to their futures, and what they can gain on the bottom line. They will receive a step-by-step process to get involved, along with a contact person with which to communicateshould they need guidance or have questions. They will also have access to a free enterprise application to use to schedule, monitor and track activities and personnel involved, providing a record of social service individually and as a company."

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