• Total Donations in 2012

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  •                                        2016 GOAL - $300,000

Charities Impacted

Serving Our
Employees, Customers and Communities.

Corporate Visions supports our employees’ desire to give back to our community and environment. Power Foundation is a program created to amplify the impact that you can have in your giving, through donations and volunteering. Here you’ll find a number of ways to reach out and make an impact with your environment and others living around the globe.

"What a fabulous organization! Nice job making a difference Team Darien!!!
You rock again!"

− Amy Merrill

"Thank you Joe and CVI for making this happen, truly a unique experience."

− Jake Zimmer

"Thank you CVI for inspiring this movement."

− Mike Finley

"Thanks CVi for being a great place to work!"

− Lisa Cummings

"I’m truly blessed to be part of such an amazing organization. Thank you, Joe, and the whole executive team for giving us such a cool homework assignment!"

− Nicci Hammerel

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Make Over for the Bracknell Rugby Club

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Here is Emma McCarthy at the local rugby club on June 26, 2016. As the season has ended the club is in need of a coat of paint, bushes to…

Panoramic view June 2-3-2016

“Changing the World, One Conversation at a Time”

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Operation Big Sister is deeply grateful to Corporate Visions http://corporatevisions.com/ and their Larkspur Landing office, for recently donating a two-day Power Messaging workshop [June 2-3, 2016] to help members of…

2nd Quarter 2016 Doylestown group

Doylestown Helps Knock out Hunger

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On June 17th, ten employees from the CVI Doylestown office volunteered at the 4th annual Bucks Knocks Out Hunger sponsored by United Way. Hundreds of volunteers from a variety of…

2nd Quarter 2016 Bicycle Give Away Teresa- Francisco -Charlotte

Second Bicycle Give-Away at Bahia Elementary School in San Rafael, California

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[Photo above: Far left Teresa Kwan representing Joe Terry, and Francisco Ramirez representing himself 5 bicycles and, Charlotte Kobayashi for one bicycle] On April 22, 2016, through our combined efforts…