The Corporate Volunteer Council of Atlanta is the only CVC in the Nation to be recognized 3 times as "CVC of the Year" by Points of Light


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.

Member Programming

Members participate in content-focused quarterly meetings, webinars, lunch and learns and networking opportunities, all while receiving professional development. We invite you to explore this site to see what all of Atlanta's most prominent businesses are doing to engage employees, create opportunity and support the community with the Corporate Volunteer Council of Atlanta.


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. 

Signature Awards

The Corporate Volunteer Council of Atlanta honors outstanding companies and organizations that exemplify what it means to be good corporate citizens each year via the IMPACT Awards, held each September. In addition, the Carol D. Reiser Youth Service Award honors service-minded young people each year and the CVC Volunteer of the Year Award is given to an individual representing outstanding volunteer leadership. 

Why is corporate volunteerism important?

Studies have shown that if employees frequently participate in company-sponsored volunteer programs, they are more likely to feel a strong connection and sense of belonging at work.  

It is becoming increasingly more important to employees, stockholders, and customers that companies are good corporate citizens by making decisions and investments in the communities in which their employees live and work, and all over the world.

From a Fortune 500 Company to a small start up, volunteerism creates a discernible difference for companies interested in driving the "double bottom line", and making both a business and a social return.

Latest News

Would you like to nominate a company or corporate social impact practitioner for the CVC Member Spotlight? Please fill out our quick and easy nomination form!

We are proud to shine the CVC Spring 2024 Member Spotlight on Cox Enterprises for their commitment to sustainability. 

Congratulations to our 2023 CVC Volunteer of the Year, Jami Buck-Vance of Invesco! 

The CVC mailing address has changed!  Our new address is P.O. Box 170069, Atlanta, GA 30317. 

Upcoming Events

The CVC of Atlanta supports member companies to deliver business results through their strategic commitment to civic engagement and social impact. The CVC of Atlanta is a network of local businesses that are passionate about volunteerism. Members join to share ways to address community needs through workplace volunteering. We provide resources to help businesses build strong community investment strategies and make a difference through service.

Our vision is that businesses will prosper and grow through engaging, impactful community involvement that leads the nation.

The Corporate Volunteer Council of Atlanta connects and inspires businesses and volunteer leaders to make a positive impact on the Atlanta community. Our members represent a variety of roles ranging from corporate social responsibility and community affairs to human resources and marketing. Workplace volunteerism has long been viewed as an employee benefit, but it also has tremendous potential to impact serious social issues. Throughout the business community we raise awareness about corporate volunteerism and its benefits to companies.





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CVC of Atlanta, Attn: Cheryl Kortemeier, P.O. Box 170069, Atlanta GA 30317


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