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CSR trends for 2019

CSR in 2019: 5 Trends That Will Redefine The CSR Sector This Year

While there may not a fixed definition to corporate social responsibility (CSR), it is fundamentally a belief that companies have certain social, environmental, and...
Anuja Bansal

CSR spending has mostly gone to set priorities of India Inc: Anuja Bansal, Secretary General, SOS Children’s Villages of India

One person can make a difference. Working together we make lasting changes, believes Anuja Bansal. As Secretary General of SOS Children’s Villages of India,...
Marthal from Chennai

CSR: Chennai slum girl saved by soccer

23-year-old Marthal is an accountant at a BPO in Chennai. While for many in her community of Vyasarpadi, the job of an accountant might...
Suma Ravi

Our goals are aligned with the SDGs: Suma Ravi, Regional Director (South), CRY

Suma Ravi belongs to that rare breed of business graduates who chose to work in the non-profit sector rather than the corporate field, way...
N/core demo day

Ten non-profits take the big stage to demo solutions for poverty alleviation

N/Core, the Bangalore based incubator for non-profit start-ups, celebrated the graduation of ten non-profits solving problems of poverty through innovative solutions in education and...
implementing agencies

How to identify CSR implementation agencies

More structured CSR budgets have been put in place now, and many organisations are seeking the support of “external implementing agencies”. Companies in India appear...
new age companies

New-age companies are bringing structural change to CSR

There are about 3.1 million NGOs in India – of which around 1.2 million are operational – there is little verifiable data available to...
impact of giving

CSR: Amplifying the Impact of Giving

While contributing funds is no doubt a critical aspect of philanthropy, it is certainly not the only one. Increasing the quantum of funds will...
CSR steps outside its comfort zone

When CSR steps outside its comfort zone

“You don’t have to make headlines to be a hero. The ladies from Jaridih, Jharkhand, are addressing issues of domestic violence, family feuds and...
Art therapy for prisoners

CSR: Prisoners Find Catharsis In Art

Punishment for its own sake is pointless, if it doesn’t transform the mindsets and attitudes of offenders. A prison can become a dangerous breeding...
safe drinking water

CSR: Providing Safe Drinking Water

In India, nearly 17% of the urban population (65 million people) live in slums and more than 50% of the 14 million urban poor...
Save The Children

Ensuring Every Child Thrives

Save the Children believes that every child deserves the best chance for a bright future and that’s why they are fiercely committed towards ensuring...

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