Civic 50 Greater Philadelphia: Civic Mindedness Self-Assessment

We know that not all companies are in the same place in their civic engagement journey. Whether you have a formal program, are starting to develop one, or support your community in informal ways, the Civic 50 Greater Philadelphia can help you identify opportunities to grow and expand your engagement by learning from peers at all levels.


For companies just getting started with community engagement the Civic Mindedness Mini Self-Assessment and accompanying self-guided learning tool are the perfect opportunity to grow your impact and gain a baseline understanding of how your community engagement compares to similar businesses.



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Download the Civic Mindedness Self-Assessment One-pager

Why Take The Self-Assessment?

Benefits of this options include:


  • Access to our self-guided learning tool that introduces Civic 50 Greater Philadelphia concepts and highlights how your company’s activities in the community make a difference for your neighbors, your employees and your business.
  • All questions are multiple choice. No quantitative data is required to participate.
  • Along with the self-guided learning tool, receive additional resources to support your work.
  • Gain access to the same programming as organizations that complete the full Civic50 Greater Philadelphia assessment. Philadelphia Foundation and partnering chambers of commerce have numerous events scheduled throughout the year that you can help you improve your community impact initiatives.
  • Connect with representatives from chamber partners to help identify programs and resources that will be most relevant to you, wherever you are on your journey.

Get a Jump Start!

We also invite companies to join the Greater Philadelphia Corporate Volunteer Council, a community of practice for employee volunteer engagement professionals. GPCVC members are highly collaborative and committed to sharing best practices with each other in order to elevate community engagement and volunteerism across the field.


By participating in this group, you can jumpstart your community engagement work by:

  • Networking with and learning from similarly-minded corporate social responsibility professionals
  • Learning about a wide array of employee volunteering opportunities and approaches
  • Gaining knowledge about and hearing directly from nonprofits and causes that need your assistance
  • Accessing helpful templates and ideas for engagement initiatives that companies can implement and adapt within their own organizations


Take The Self-Assessment