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Brooke Knight

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‘Everyone Can Serve:’ How to Celebrate Service on MLK Day

Posted by Brooke Knight on Jan 12, 2018 11:23:38 AM

Monday marks the national holiday to celebrate the life, ideals, service, and sacrifice of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Originally incorporated more than 30 years ago, the holiday was renamed in 1994 as a call to all Americans to make the day one of volunteer service.

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Lend a Hand, Lift a Heart: Businessolver Foundation Mobilizes for Disaster Relief

Posted by Brooke Knight on Sep 12, 2017 10:00:00 AM

Tragedy for some of us is tragedy for all of us. No matter where you’re from or where you live, it’s up to everyone to do their small part to bring relief to our fellow Americans suffering from the aftermath of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.

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'Tis the Season: 3 Ways to Make Philanthropy a Part of Your Workplace Culture

Posted by Brooke Knight on Nov 29, 2016 2:15:37 PM

It’s Giving Tuesday, the unofficial kickoff of our national season of giving – time for giving back, giving thanks, and reflecting. Amid the craziness of the holidays, I finally found a few minutes to embrace the spirit of the season and look back on 2016. Let me tell you, it was a pretty incredible year!

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Making a Difference One Quarter at a Time

Posted by Brooke Knight on Apr 20, 2016 10:15:16 AM

At Businessolver, we’re committed to business with a purpose. That means ensuring the right products, services and support are there for our clients at the right time. It also means extending that sense of purpose to the communities in which we live and work.

Earlier this year, I was honored to help launch the Businessolver Foundation--our company’s philanthropic extension focused on creating a healthy, well-educated world where community matters.

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Creating a culture of giving: 3 things we learned launching the Businessolver Foundation

Posted by Brooke Knight on Feb 23, 2016 3:22:42 PM


Companies have responsibilities, from delivering a product or service and ensuring regulatory compliance, to managing employees and taking care of customers. But there is a greater responsibility that entails more than day-to-day business: businesses also have a responsibility to give back to the people and places they serve. One of the most effective ways to do this is through a corporate giving or social responsibility program.

Launching a successful program can be challenging, though – it’s more than writing a check or organizing a corporate volunteer outing. It requires a thoughtful approach that allows the company and its employees to support meaningful causes that improve and benefit their community and our world.

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