Take a look at the most popular content for CSR leaders from GlobalGiving’s Learn Library. These are the tips, tools, and resources that your peers viewed the most in 2017:
David Carrey, Global Exchange Manager at CECP, previewed trends in corporate social responsibility. Did he get it right? Check out his predictions with the hindsight of 2017 behind you.
It’s never too early for your startup to start thinking about corporate social responsibility. GlobalGiving’s Eric Obscherning told you why, and shared a few tips from some innovative newbies—Breather, FITVO, and Yoppie. Read more.
Around the world, disasters are increasing in frequency and severity, predominantly due to climate change, and their economic and social impact is predicted to reach unprecedented levels within the next four decades. New research from GlobalGiving and The Conference Board outlined obstacles and opportunities in disaster philanthropy. Learn more.
In India, GlobalGiving is unlocking the potential of local donors in partnership with Impact Guru. This article explored why it’s an important step for the social sector. Read more.
When Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria battered communities in the United States and the Caribbean, companies of all sizes leapt into action. This list lauded some of the most creative fundraisers for hurricane relief. Read more.
Business leader Patty Nation gave you an inside look at how Xilinx—a technology company with more than 3,500 patents—inspires and engages employees. Learn more.
A member of GlobalGiving’s grantmaking team took readers to Nicaragua, where she met a scholarship coordinator who reminded her of her own educational journey and the importance of mutual understanding in grantmaking. Read her story.
You’ve heard it before: Consumers demand authenticity. GlobalGiving’s Ingrid Embree introduced you to seven brands getting it right by taking authentic action on important social issues. Read more.
This article offered six ways to help the children around you grow into thoughtful global citizens. Read more.
When the United Nations adopted 17 goals as part of an ambitious plan to combat the world’s biggest problems, UN representatives were blunt: They wouldn’t get very far in the next 15 years without the private sector. The companies on this list have risen to the challenge. Learn more.