CategoryCorporate Social Responsibility

5 Corporate Philanthropy Examples to Inspire Your CSR Strategy

corporate philanthropy examples

Sixty-four percent of consumers are “extremely likely” to buy from a company that takes a stand on social issues. That’s part of the reason many companies are developing corporate social responsibility (CSR), strategies and integrating them into their overall business strategy. In addition to consumer and sales benefits, CSR (also known by the broader term, corporate responsibility, or CR)...

How to Get Your Employees Involved in Giving Tuesday Campaigns

Engage your employees in corporate Giving Tuesday campaigns.

Giving Tuesday is the Tuesday after Thanksgiving and Black Friday where nonprofits run fundraising campaigns to increase holiday donations. The event is only 6 years old, but it’s grown a lot in that time. In 2012, total contributions stood at just $12 million; by 2017, they reached $274 million.¹ The difference, an increase of 2,283 percent, is testament to a shift we’re seeing in society where...

How Corporate Social Responsibility Programs Improve Employee Satisfaction

CSR Programs Improve Employee Satisfaction

America is in the midst of a labor shortage. For the first time, there are more jobs available than there are eligible workers to fill them.¹ To close the gap, employers must do more to acquire and retain workers. Traditionally, a desirable salary and an attractive benefits package were the main drivers of employee satisfaction and talent acquisition, but today’s workforce wants more. People want...

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