UWECI and founding partners developed the Workplace Volunteer Council (WVC) to increase and engage employees in volunteerism. Workplace volunteering contributes to employees’ perception of a positive corporate culture, and enables companies to speak to employee’s personal values.
What does WVC do?
By connecting social-minded companies, WVC establishes, grows, and sustains successful workplace volunteer programs to help companies foster a culture of volunteerism. The council hosts quarterly meetings and coordinates employee volunteer projects.
Meeting topics include addressing community volunteer needs, educational programming, and increasing employee engagement. Council members network with peers, learn from other companies, share best practices, create corporate visibility, and forge relationships.
What are the benefits?
Increase your business’s engagement by introducing employees to workplace volunteering! Volunteerism brings balance to employees’ lives, improves emotional well-being, and builds skills that improve job performance in relationship building, planning and organizing, networking, leadership, and communication.
Cedar Rapids Bank and Trust
GreatAmerica Financial Services
Linn Area Credit Union
Ohnward Bank & Trust
Rinderknecht Associates, Inc.
Toyota Financial Services
Veridian Credit Union
World Class Industries
Diana Rodriguez, Alliant Energy
Dan Perez, Bankers Trust
Alishia Klocke, Diamond V
Merri Lueth, GreatAmerica Financial Services
Jennifer Hildreth, ImOn Communications
Quinn Pettifer, The Gazette
Michele Foreman, Wells Fargo
How can I become a member?
Annual membership is $100 per company. Up to five representatives can participate in quarterly meetings. WVC companies have access to tools and resources to enhance new and well-established employee volunteer programs.