Blog - Corporate Social Responsibility
Corporate Social Responsibility
We’re always excited to see more corporations using their platforms to highlight worthy causes and encourage more companies to do the same. Here are 5 brands we’ve seen doing good work this summer!
As the longest-standing corporate partner of Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, Marriott International finds success with their annual golf event and charity auction – here’s how they do it!
Although there are plenty of worthy nonprofits and charities out there, there are also scams and appeals that are less than trustworthy. It’s important that your company chooses a legitimate charity to donate to – but how can you be completely sure?
Does your team of fundraisers and volunteers need a little boost of inspiration? We’ve got just the thing – a list of motivational and uplifting quotes! Check them out and get inspired.
The Baycrest Foundation provides funding that will help define the future of brain health. Find out more about how the Baycrest Foundation’s annual hockey event is a great example of corporate social responsibility, as well as some takeaways for your own large-scale CSR event.
Learn to promote a healthy work-life balance by engaging your employees with workplace perks, wellness initiatives, and 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.