August 10, 2020 The Corporate Social Responsibility Newswire

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eBay Releases Three-Year Sustainability Goals: Powering Giving

GOAL: We’ll power the world’s largest platform for charitable giving.....

Corporate Gifts Fuel US Charity Gains

Charitable contributions from American individuals, corporations and foundations rose 3.5%, according to Giving USA and Indiana University.

Collaborative Social Responsibility: The Real CSR

Consumers want to give back & businesses have taken notice, which is why the CSR movement is not as obscure as it might...

Sky Rainforest Rescue: Engaging Consumers to Purpose While Creating Clear Business Benefits

Sky has reach to over 10 million consumers--giving businesses a huge opportunity to reach and inspire people to make a positive difference.

In Haiti, philanthropy could lead to profits for NRG Solar

Marc Gunther reports on how David Crane, CEO of NRG Energy, got hooked on Haiti.

Priceless: Volunteers Bring Financial Literacy to the Masses

In short, the greater the number of financially literate and empowered people, the more PwC is able to succeed. It's win-win.

The Virtues of Virtual Volunteering and Online Fundraising

You've got would-be volunteers who aren't web wizards? If volunteers can read, write or do math, technology can help them tutor a child...

5 Ways to Create Social Impact With Your Matching Gifts Program

Companies like financial services firm Ernst & Young understand that matching gifts programs aren't just a perk for your staff.

Corporate Giving Programs Still Going Strong

Corporate giving programs are still a large component of many company’s social responsibility strategies.

Best Gift for Martin Luther King Jr.'s Birthday? Social Impact

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. believed that acts of service were the great equalizer. "Everybody can be great," he noted, "because everybody can...



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