Blog - Corporate Social Responsibility
Corporate Social Responsibility
Have you ever sent back a dish at a restaurant because it was the wrong one? Try visiting a restaurant in Japan where that happens on purpose – but for good cause awareness.
When you combine a marketing campaign with a passion project, you also get a creatively charitable cause. Meet the Itty Bitty Ballers of Toronto Raptors!
It’s no secret that the U.S. government has been looking to cut back on budgetary support of the environment, as well as put more priority on re-installing coal mining and pipelines. The Guardian has a mission to change all that.
Do you want an extra scoop on your ice cream cone? If you happen to be in Australia and at a Ben & Jerry’s location, you’re out of luck – your summery treat is restricted to a single scoop. But it’s all for a good cause!
Lyft is a great example of CSR in action, particularly in comparison to its prime competition, Uber. What are they doing differently, and what lessons can your company learn?
Companies need to reconsider their current approach to Corporate Social Responsibility and move from a company-centric CSR to true employee engagement. Read more about what our president and CEO Bill Wood has to say about this important topic.
Calling all environmental-minded nonprofits! Virginia-based communications agency Mind and Media has put together StoryAid, a corporate social responsibility (CSR) program, and they’re looking to grant $50,000 worth of services to environmental firms.
Throughout the year, it’s important that nonprofits are prepared to make the most of the year-end season once it arrives. Not only are you looking to receive donations, but you want to lay the groundwork to build stronger relationships with donors in the new year.
Looking for inspiration when it comes to successful nonprofits? Take it from the Roundabout Theatre Company in New York, one of the city’s leading nonprofit theatre companies. Here’s their story of auction success!
As an international organization, United Ways worldwide are focused on improving the lives of impoverished individuals, supporting children and youth, and building stronger connections between citizens.
Bell Let’s Talk, sponsored by Bell Media in Canada, is meant to focus specifically on sharing stories of mental illness in order to help normalize the struggles that people go through. The yearly initiative has been going strong since 2010 – here’s what happened in 2017.
As the off-Broadway home for Irish and Irish-American drama in New York City, the Irish Repertory Theatre needed a solution to help their gala’s fundraising auction raise more money – and they found that in BiddingForGood.