The concept of Corporate Social Responsibility first started appearing in the 1950s and 1960s, and was primarily rooted in enterprises and institutions in the United States of American and Canada.
Today, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is a practice known throughout the world and encourages the building of a civil society. It is not just focused on promoting volunteerism, but also includes responsibility towards employees and their families, helping to protect the environment, and contributing to charitable initiatives and organizations. Corporate Social Responsibility is also heavily involved in philanthropy, which is the highest level of social responsibility that a business can engage in.
One of the most responsible things that socially responsible corporations can do is to provide assistance to vulnerable populations, primarily children in need of social protection. Implementing CSR practices not only enables businesses to show their civic involvement, but is also a unique way to improve how an organization is perceived in the eyes of the public, business partners and its customers. This improved perception generally leads to gaining a competitive market advantage.
CSR for Good helps companies build and implement a wide variety of programs in the field of Corporate Social Responsibility. Most importantly, we provide a means for corporations to help vulnerable children. Our products are unique and use paintings and designs drawn by children in our programs. We enable companies to show that they are socially responsible leaders.