As the principal resource on corporate community engagement in the region, Business Volunteers Unlimited (BVU) offers programs and services to assist businesses of all sizes develop and implement effective community engagement strategies
BVU facilitates community service projects for large groups of business volunteers that promote team building, leadership development, and philanthropic initiatives while meeting the company's business goals.
BVU builds and supports customized relationships between your business and a Baltimore City Public School. Partnerships bring a wealth of resources and expertise to create real change in the lives of students and communities.
BVU provides consulting services to help businesses define and execute community involvement strategies that ensure maximum impact for the company, its employees and the community.
BVU creates events designed to connect your employees with nonprofit organizations that need their voluntary consulting services in areas such as: IT, finance, HR and marketing.
BVU matches your company's executives with boards of area nonprofits and provides the training to prepare them for excellent service. Board leadership expands the skills and networks of your executives.
Skills-based volunteerism allows employees to use their business skills and expertise to benefit a nonprofit organization. BVU engages your professionals in short or long term projects where they can use their skills to help nonprofits address key issues and challenges.
This eight month program seeks to engage young professionals in the community while providing educational learning seminars to help them develop as distinguished civic leaders.
Through BVU your employees can attend Leadership, Networking, and Educational events where they can connect with nonprofits, as well as, other individuals who are making a difference. Employees can also receive monthly volunteer updates through BVU's newsletter or search for volunteer activities online by visiting volunteercentral.net.
BVU assists out of town business teams and conference attendees experience Baltimore and build group relationships through meaningful volunteer opportunities.
For more information call BVU's Director of Business Services 410-366-1722
“My placement on the Board of Directors for The Arc of Baltimore has permitted me to be more involved in the community by helping to ensure that people with developmental disabilities have maximum opportunities to participate in all aspects of community life.“
Carla Murphy, Esq.