Time Warner has landed in the top 25% of the CECP “Giving in Numbers 2017” report. Produced annually by the CECP in association with the Conference Board, Giving in Numbers is an in-depth analysis of corporate giving and employee engagement data from the world’s largest companies. This year, more than 250 multi-billion dollar companies with aggregate revenues of $7.5 trillion participated in the review (see the highlights to the right).
“Corporate responsibility, philanthropy and community service have long been part of the fabric of Time Warner’s culture and its core values, as well as a key part of the Company’s business strategy,” said Lisa Garcia Quiroz, Senior Vice President, Cultural Investments. “I am very proud of the causes and nonprofit organizations Time Warner championed over the course of 2016, from culture, theater and the arts to serving communities and people in need both locally and around the world. Thank you to the CECP for this wonderful honor.”
Time Warner and its divisions are committed to supporting and investing in nonprofits serving a broad range of artistic, cultural and humanitarian causes. The Company also provides year-round volunteer opportunities, initiatives and events for employees from Time Warner, HBO, Warner Bros. and Turner.
For the past 30 years, Time Warner has honored employees who make exceptional contributions to public service in their communities and around the world through its annual Richard D. Parsons Community Impact Awards.
Giving in Numbers has been the leading study on the funds, resources, and skills that companies invest globally to solve pressing societal challenges for the last ten years. This year, Giving in Numbers surveyed 258 companies, its largest corporate social engagement sample yet.
Learn more about CECP and Giving in Numbers on the CECP Web site.