Press - CFO Selections in the News

CFO Selections on list of PSBJ Corporate Citizenship Awards

On May 9th, the Corporate Citizenship Awards luncheon honored local corporate philanthropists and companies who have made significant contributions to the region, which included CFO Selections in the Midsize Corporate Philanthropists list.

Topics: Awards Philanthropy

Corporate Champions: Proactive Corporate Philanthropy Builds a Healthy Community

Published In: Puget Sound Business Journal on May 13th 2012
Author: Norman Rice

“The healthy community framework [which guides the Seattle Foundation] was the perfect starting place when CFO Selections took its first early steps into corporate philanthropy. The firm, which specializes in providing senior financial consulting and executive search services, started the CFOS Foundation in 2007 to support the needs of local children in the markets the firm serves.

Topics: News Philanthropy

CFO Selections joins as a Critical Community Partner in Support of Multimedia Seattle’s Children

Published In: PR Newswire on August 15th 2012
Author: Diana Key, Multimedia Seattle

SEATTLE, Aug. 15, 2012  — CFO Selections joins as a critical community partner supporting Multimedia Seattle’s Children’s “A Bear for Me?” Program. The “A Bear for Me?” Program provides local outreach to the youngest survivors of domestic violence in our community.

Topics: News Community Philanthropy

Small Businesses See Big Payoff From Charitable Giving

Published In: Puget Sound Business Journal - on May 12th 2009
Author: Alwyn Scott

Big companies get a lot of attention for their charitable work and giving.  With billions in revenue and thousands of employees, they can make major contributions, score impressive results, and earn goodwill around the world.

Topics: News Community Philanthropy

Getting Started (with Charitable Giving)

Published In: Puget Sound Business Journal - on May 12th 2009
Author: Alwyn Scott

Small companies can reap big rewards from charitable giving.  But they face many pitfalls unique to their size.  Big companies usually have full-time staff dedicated to charitable work. Small companies rarely have that luxury.

Topics: News Community Philanthropy