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Corporate Volunteer Council of South Bay

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The Corporate Volunteer Council of South Bay (CVCSB) is a professional association of businesses and organizations developing and promoting employee volunteerism and community involvement in close partnership with local nonprofit agencies. We are a network of South Bay businesses, corporations, and organizations dedicated to making a difference in our community. The council provides volunteer leadership by responding to the changing needs of the South Bay community. The council also provides a forum for training, networking and the exchange of ideas and information on employee volunteerism and corporate engagement.

Upcoming CVC Meetings: 

Dates Main Topics
April 20

·        National Volunteer Week

·        Spring/Summer Joint Project Planning

·        Sharing: Recognizing Employee Volunteers

May 18

·        Citizenship as a Form of Volunteering

·        Paid Time Off for Volunteering

·        Spring/Summer Joint Project Update

·        Launch of VC Summer Youth Opps.

June 15

·        Increasing Employee Engagement

·        Sharing: Case Studies from Local Companies

·        Spring/Summer Joint Project Update

July 20

·        Planning for Annual “Engage” Meeting

·        Creative New “Drives” for Your Employees

·        Fall/Winter Joint Project Planning

Aug 17

·        Update on VC Strat Plan and Programs

·        Launch of Family Fun Faire Volunteer Opps.

·        Planning for Annual “Engage” Meeting

·        Fall/Winter Joint Project Update

Sept 21

·        Ideas: Family Volunteering Together

·        “Hot Button Social Issues”

·        Fall/Winter Joint Project Update

Oct 19

·        Key Note Speaker – TBD

·        Fall/Winter Joint Project Update

·        Holiday Employee Volunteer Ideas

Nov 16

·        Sharing: Holiday Volunteer Events/Plans

·        Preventing Burnout for Volunteer Managers

·        Company Sharing: Favorite Volunteer Events From the Past Year  

Dec 14

·        Recognition of Members

·        CELEBRATE

With your CVCSB membership, you will receive many benefits including:

 

  • Promote employee volunteerism at your organization through peer-to-peer sharing of ideas, advice, and resources
  • Coordinated multi-organization volunteer service projects throughout the year
  • Materials and training on volunteer management
  • Advanced knowledge of local community issues and volunteer needs
  • Increased visibility and publicity for your organization’s community engagement
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After 19 years, we are very excited for the continued growth of the council. This year we will be expanding our programs, events, meetings, and resources.

Click here for the Corporate Volunteer Council Form. The membership fee structure will help you identify the correct membership amount for you and your organization. All fees can be made payable to The Volunteer Center. If you have any questions, please contact Melissa McCormick, Director of Volunteer Services at (310) 212-5009 or email mmccormick.volcenter@gmail.com.

2015-16 CVC Members

  • The Balm Shop & Co.
  • Barrister Executive Suites, Inc.
  • Berg & Associates, Inc.
  • Chevron Products Co.
  • El Segundo Refinery
  • DKI Music
  • Doubletree by Hilton
  • GreenDart
  • Holiday Inn L.A.-Gateway-Torrance
  • Moog, Inc.
  • Saatchi & Saatchi LA
  • Sunrise Senior Living
  • Toyota Motor Sales, USA
  • Toyota
  • Toyota TFS
  • UPS Cartage Services
  • Watson Land Co.
CVC Members

CVC Members

Engage Event Held On August 24, 2016

Brianne King Speaking

Brianne King Speaking

LeVal Brewer and Sara Myers

LeVal Brewer and Sara Myers

LeVal Brewer speaking

LeVal Brewer speaking

Vol Staff and Speakers

William Welch, Brianne King, Sara Myers, LaVal Brewer,
Melissa McCormick and Laura Nelson