30 Years of Volunteerism and Civic Engagement... and counting!
The Corporate Volunteer Council of Atlanta supports member companies to deliver business results through their strategic commitment to civic engagement and social impact. We do this through monthly education and professional development programs focused on corporate volunteering, corporate social responsibility (CSR) and corporate citizenship.
We are a network of local businesses that are dedicated to volunteerism in the communities where we live and work. Member companies join in order to share best practices, support employees, network, utilize an extensive resource library, and build strong community investment strategies to make a difference through service.
We are now accepting nominations for the 2022 Carol D. Reiser Youth Service Award! Click here to learn more.
CVC COVID Guidance – Oct 2021
The CVC cares about the health and well-being of all members and community partners. With this in mind, we will require proof of vaccination or a negative COVID PCR test taken within the past 72 hours for all in-person meeting and event participants going forward. In addition, we ask that all guests wear a mask properly covering their nose and mouth during indoor programs and events. Masks may be removed when actively eating, drinking or serving as a program speaker.
The CVC will continue to follow CDC recommended guidance for gatherings for vaccinated individuals. Currently, the City of Atlanta requires that everyone mask in public indoor spaces, so we ask that all members and guests comply with these guidelines and any other guidelines put in place by our venue or host when attending CVC programs and events.
Please be prepared to share original documentation or a photo of your vaccination card upon arrival to all future CVC programs and events. If unvaccinated, please be prepared to show results of a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours of the event.
Congratulations to our 2020 CVC Volunteer of the Year, Adam Meade of Atlanta ToolBank!
The CVC has long valued diversity and inclusion and feels that it is one of our greatest assets. In 2019, our board approved a formal diversity and inclusion policy in order to put this work at the forefront of all we do. We rely on all CVC members to help us evolve in this space as we work together for a more just and equitable Atlanta.