March 31, 2020 The Corporate Social Responsibility Newswire

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Meet the Tenacious Gardeners Putting Down Roots in "America's Most Desperate Town"

Although not always optimistic, they've created one of the nation's fastest growing networks of urban farms. YES!

It IS About Logistics: How FedEx Integrates Community Engagement into its Core Operations

Integrating community engagement into core operations is no small task: Points of Light examines FedEx's commitment on Talkback.

JPMorgan Chase to Invest $100M in Detroit

JPMorgan Chase plans to invest $100 million in Detroit development, job training and home loans over five years. WSJ.

"Franchising" CSR: The Future of Corporate Social Responsibility?

Let's say your company has just entered a new market. As head of community relations, what approach should you take?

The Thing with Trust: How Brands Can Help You Get a Social Life

Creating communities for good by tapping human desires: continuing the series based The Brand Strategist's Guide to Desire.

Reinventing Community Development with a Ball: An Interview with One World Futbol Cofounders Tim Jahnigen & Lisa Tarver

Changing the world, one futbol at a time: Fergal Byrne talks with One World Futbol founders on Talkback.

Tackling "Mass" Incarceration

Roca, in Chelsea, Mass., underwent some serious self-evaluation and is now helping turn people's lives around. NYTimes.

Method is the New Green Giant in Chicago

The fast-growing, eco-friendly company is building an innovative manufacturing plant on Chicago's South Side. CNNMoney.

The Civic 50: Measuring Impact and Beyond

Honoring civic engagement that's good for the community, employees and the bottom line. Jackie Norris explains on Talkback.

Combating Commercial Sexual Exploitation by Providing Economic Alternative

Going beyond rehabilitation, new initiative Swift Wash offers a working alternative.



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