Corporate Citizenship

Exclusive: 38% of Fortune 50 Publicly Support the Sustainable Development Goals

At today's Commit!Forum, Corporate Citizenship shared new research about corporate alignment with the UN sustainable development goals.

Google Posts Sustainability Update, Yet Lacks Frankness on Russia Ads

Until Google comes clean with how it could have allowed its technology to risk chipping away at its home country’s democratic institutions, its…

Apple’s Tim Cook Steps Into the Limelight, Urging Companies to Lead on ‘Moral Responsibility’

Tim Cook has nudged Apple to become a more active corporate citizen when it comes to the environment and social responsibility, and has…

Corporate Activism Addresses Climate Change, Immigration Reform, LGBTQ Rights

With 50 Fortune 500 companies and more than 400 small businesses voicing opposition to a proposed Texas bathroom law, the phenomenon of brands…

What It Means to be a Responsible Tech Company

Throwing money at causes doesn’t solve problems, but it certainly helps. It takes a lot more than dollar signs, though, to create lasting…

Whirlpool and Habitat for Humanity Partnership: True Corporate Giving

What began with appliance donations has become one of Whirlpool’s most successful corporate social responsibility programs. It is hard to argue with the…

The Quick & Dirty: Snake Oil Sellers

Let's go back to the beginning of almost every company that exists today: You can find a clear social mission at the heart…

Corporations, Nonprofit Collaborate to Send Aid For the Ebola Outbreak

"Most responsible companies are thrilled to be able to help; they want to help, and it's easier to help with product and services…

Microsoft Doubled Renewable Energy Purchases in FY 2013

Microsoft's 2013 Citizenship Report focuses on carbon neutrality and the power of technology to promote human rights.

How to Measure Community Impact

A group of 13 CSR leaders recently came together for a pilot program to test a model that would measure the broader aspects…

The CSR Officer: What if a Company Doesn’t Have One?

How can a company interested in doing more for the community, but does not have a dedicated CSR officer or manager, move forward?

Making a Case for Better Business Results? Be a Better Corporate Citizen

Boston College’s Center for Corporate Citizenship released its annual report on the state of corporate citizenship. The business case for CSR is clear.

Recent Corporate Citizenship Ranking Gives Chevron Dubious Honor

Chevron was one of the surprises in a recent corporate citizenship ranking that may get some people talking about how to improve the…

Eight Companies with Best-in-Class Employee Matching Gift Programs

Did you know that over 65% of Fortune 500 companies offer employee matching gift programs? Here are eight companies that offer best in…

Corporate Philanthropy: The Benefits of Volunteer Grant Programs

By Adam Weinger Has your company considered instituting a volunteer grant program? These charitable programs, which are also known as Dollars for Doers…