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11-30-2010 @ 7:47AM
Pamoya, I've worked for several companies, ranging from very small to Fortune 100. *ALL* of them engaged in some form of charitable giving. Sure, some of it came from employees, but the company frequently offered additional gifts, contribution matching, etc. In contrary to your comments, many corporations actually see charitable giving as a very important part of their overall image. Sure, they're not entirely altruistic - they know it gains them good-will among consumers, at the least. But I'd say it would be pretty rare for a company or its shareholders to get upset based solely on a charity campaign.
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