CSR Food for Thought: Giving Is So Much More Than Money

22. July 2011 CSR 0

The CSR Food for Thought series is a weekly roundup of relevant news from around the Web, presented to you in one bite-sized blog post.


Carol Cone On The Forecast For Cause Marketing
“The Mother of Cause Marketing” predicts where the practice is moving in the future. Don’t miss our response to this compelling discussion in Wednesday’s post on Volunteering Is CSR.

Give Nelson Mandela The Birthday Gift Of Online Volunteer Work
In honor of Nelson Mandela’s birthday this week, the Nelson Mandela Foundation asked people around the world to commit sixty-seven minutes of work to better the community in honor of the sixty-seven years of service Mandela has performed for the greater good.

7 Conflicting Trends: Fortune 100 Annual Reports & CSR
Corporate annual reports increasingly address social responsibility, sustainable practices and corporate giving. Vault’s two-part series explores seven trends that impact every company going forward, whether they already report on non-financial goals or not.

Corporate Giving Can Be About So Much More Than Money
Akinori Saito, president of the Toyota Production System Support Center (TSSC), discusses why skills-based support is about more than just solutions – it’s “about providing the principles, processes and strategies to organizations to come up with their own solutions.”

Micro-Engagement Goes Mainstream
Micro-engagement is a trend taking the social good space by storm. This post profiles six forms of micro-engagement everyone should know, including micro-volunteering.

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