Corporate names
Global examples
Thane dist in India
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CSR >>> Corporate Social Responsibility

What is CSR ?
CSR is far larger than corporate social responsibility. CSR is conscience, sustainability & reputation.
In case of corporates, lets say it is Corporate Sustainability & Reputation (that is why our company name is Corporate Sustainability & Reputation Consulting.
For individuals in any country, CSR may stand as Citizen's Sustainability & Reputation, for people in the community , it may be called as Community Sustainability & Reputation ... we know that every living being has social responsibility. (Its almost like we breathe).
Which means all individuals & institutions in the world should follow CSR. This not only covers the founders / top management / employees of corporates, but it also cover customers, clients, supply chains, consultants, ad and PR agencies and yes, the governments for legal, taxation & many other issues.

Corporate names
We have shared names of about 10000 corporates from 200 countries already and plan to increase these names countrywise.

Search corporates in your country

Country content members can search addresses & philanthropy focus area of corporates in their country. We are thinking about introducing a content membership where specific content members can see corporates in any country. While technically this process is complete, we are just checking with stakeholders their interest in knowledge of which philanthropy issues corporates support in other countries and may introduce that in 2018.
Country content members can see focus & address of corporates.

How to search a corporate ?
Go to search engine, select your country and see all the corporates in your country, then click on any corporate to see the focus area as well as address of the corporate (we are not sharing the name & email id of CSR head)

You can also select Industry, which means without selecting the name of the corporate, just select country & industry, and then select submit, to see the corporates in that industry in country of your content membership.

Further, you can select a corporate from a specific industry in your country of content membership and then select an issue and click on submit. This will give you list of corporates supporting specific issue.


We are also working on location (in most cases we share specific country) to help you select location, but let us admit that this process takes time.

We are doing a research of corporates in many countries and realised that in many small scale corporates, philanthropy may be practicsed but it is not shared by them online. It may happen that in case of many new corporates, we will get only name & address and we can share only that. We will write letters or emails to their communications teams or CEO office to let us know their philanthropy focus areas and will share it by 28.8.2017.

If any one knows names of corporates in their country, please email us the names. Our research team will try and put the address & if possible the philanthropy focus of these corporates.

A country content member has access to the name, address & focus area of corporates & funding agencies in this country plus the awards given on CSR or social issues in their country of content membership.

Country content membership fee in India
Rs 3540/- for NGOs
Rs 5900/- for corporates and non NGOs

Country content membership fee in India
USD 60 for NGOs
USD 100 for Non NGOs.

What covers Non NGOs ?

Non NGOs include Governments, Govt departments, corporates, funding agencies, philanthropists, celebrities, media, ad / PR agencies, consultants, researchers, colleges, universities, institutes, career agencies .....Please note that colleges may be officially not for profits, but they charge a fee to the students or after training all the students dont work free, so we have counted them in the Non NGO category for counrty content membership. Please understand that we treat celebrities as Non NGOs because they are themselves big individual brands which can be used by others to promote social issues.
Click here to become a country content member.

Your identity in the social sector is important
How much you spend on community is the responsibility of the CSR or corp com department.
How much profit your company makes, is governement, tax department happy with your regular payments, are shareholders happy with the return their investment, is the media writing good about your company, are the empolyees working efficiently, is the company governed properly .... the chairperson / board / CEO has to think many things and that too manage their day to day affairs.

We agree that these are critical for making profits, making more profits, increasing shareholder value ...
But please remember individuals means a lot
1) your consumers / customers are individuals
2) your clients employ employ individuals
3) social sector deals with individuals
4) your competitors employ individuals
5) the journalists, owners .. are individuals

Dont think that CSR amount is just legal requirement, it has to be the philosophy of the company to give back to people who form their customer base and also as well as supply chain, competiton, government, media
If philanthropic investments were there for so many years, you cant stop it suddenly.
Also dont think of just cheque book philanthropy.

Measure CSR

We are working on a method of measuring CSR for corporates across the world and are using the concept of Sustainability tree.
As of now, we share the parameters through which you or your consultants can measure your CSR.
They or we can only enhance your identity.

Tree Top
Purpose
Vision
Mission

Tree Roots
Accountability
Culture
Ethics
Governance
Investing in future
Privacy
Safety
Security
Transperency
Trust
Values
Workplace

Business processes
Administration
Advertising
Base of pyramid innovation
Continuity
FA Affairs
Costcutting
Finance
Governance
Green Innovations
Human Resources
Information Technology
Innovation
Jobs created for disabled
Jobs created for locals
Jobs created for poor
Jobs created for women
Labour
Legal issues
Logistics
Management Continuity
Marketing
Materials
Occupation Health
Patents
Process effect
Procurement
Product effect
Product innovations
Public Relations
Purchase
Quality Control
Rehabilitation
Replenishment
Research
Responsible Consumption
Safety
Services
Supply chain
Technology
Waste Management
Women Participation

Regulations
Self regulation
FA industry regulations
Government regulations
International Agreements

Reporting
One report for all
Annual Report
Performance Report
SHE / EHS Report
Sustainability Report

People & planet policies
Accountability
Accounting Practices
Addiction
Advertising
Affirmative Action
Anticorruption
Antidiscrimination
Antimoney laundering
Bribery
Capacity Building
Climate Change
Code of conduct
Competition
Confidential information
Conflicts of interest
Content policy
Data Protection
Disclosure policy
Diversity
Employee relations
Employing Disabled
Energy
Environment
Ethics
Executive Sabbatical
Exit Interview
Gender
Gifts
GLBT
Health
HIV/AIDS
Human Resources
Human Rights
Inclusivity
Integrity
Intellectual Property
Labour
Material sourcing
Maternity Leave
Orientation
Paternity Leave
Philanthropic support
Political support
Privacy
Project financing
Public policy
Quality
Replacement & rehab
Research & Dev
Safety Policy
Sexual Harrasment
SHE policy
Stakeholder mgmt
Supplier relations
Supply Chain
Trade secrets
Waste Management
Water
Whistle blower policy
Women Participation
Worker Exploitation
Workplace harassement

Stakeholder dialogue
Academicia
Advocacy Groups
Alumni
Analysts
Citizens
Clients
Communities
Competitors
Community Clubs
Consumers
Contract Labour
Cultural Clubs
Customers
Dealers
Employees & their families
Environmental Groups
Industry Associations
Lenders
Partners
Shareholders
Social Groups
Sports Clubs
Suppliers
Volunteers

Important
Global compact
GRI
MDGs
UN Convention Against corruption
UN Universal declaration on Human Rights
UNEP Finance Initiative

Signatory issues
Balance Score Card  
Better cotton initiative  
Billion dollar roundtable  
CEO water mandate
  
ETI
EICC code of conduct  
Eco labelling
Equator Principles
Forests Stewardship
FTS 400
Gl bus.coalition on HIV

Global Sullivan prin
London benchmarking
 
Prin for respo. inv
Transparency Bench  
Triple Bottom Line
Wolfsberg Standards

Indices
Cleantech Index
Dow Jones Sustainability Index
ftse 4 good
Global Carbon Disclosure Leadership Index
ISO (many subissues)
KLD Social Index
Nasdaq Omx crd Globalsust 50 Index
Oekotex 100
Ohsas 18001
SA 8000
Wilder Hill Clean Energy Index
Global Sustainability 50

Networking
Industry Networking
Government Networking
International Networking

Financial resources
Self funding
Inviting partners
Impact analysis
Return of investment
Breathing period

Organisation environment

Organisation health

Sustainability
Reputation
Volunteering
Donation

 

Its like breathing
Volunteering
Time based
Community based
Core competency based
Human habits based
Skill based

Donation
Books donation
Clothes donation
Computer donation
Eyes donation
Financial donation
Household products
Office equipment
Product donation

Difficult but some can do
Organs donation
Body donation

 

 

 

 

Search corporates
Corporates
Interviews
Awards
Award Winners

Award giving institutions
Funding proposals
Latest research
Measure CSR
Branding
Identity
Services
CSR consulting
Employee volunteering
Campaign Reach out
Work documentation
Other services
New types of celebrities
CSR people
Corp com
PR people
Celebrities : Different role
Business celebrities
Brand enhancers
PR agencies (1500)
Ad agencies (2500)

Media (6000)
Branding is key
Country visibility
Global visibility
You
, How to use site
Share programmes
Facts to know
Discoveries
Sustainability is key
Sustainability   
Sustainability of org
 
Sustainability of prog 
  
Reputation
  
Reputation of org
  
Reputation of prog
New ways to celebrate
Free names of volunteers and retail donors
New way to celebrate
New way to volunteer

 

 

 

 

 

 

> 1 bn below poverty
We thought as an organisation helping one BPL is too small.
In India, each Member of Parliament adopts one village.
We thought why cant corporates do the same. Large corporates can take several villages at the same time.

We thought we should set an example and have started helping (not adopting but helping) Kokanipada in Thane as global example.
The first step is a school, which shares education.
We get satisfaction by helping students & tribals in Kokanipada.
We are trying to see if individuals & institutions across the world make this as a global example.
Global image : For pro
Corporates
Datar Genetics
Unilever

GTL
Corporate Sustainability & Consulting

 

We are not at all worried about number of corporates which want global visibility. It can be 1 or 190 or 28 or 100 or 500 ...

 

 

 

 

Process
To get country visibility
To get global visibility
Content membership
Everyone individual & institution has identity.
Its upto you to either keep being good or tell the country that you are good or increase your visibility & good image in many countries.

You have to create right identity and we can enhance it within your country or in all countries.
Create global image

Country visibility of corporates
Fees : USD 200
We will share name of corporate in each page of the country folder & link it to their
1) CSR website or
2) corporate website where they share CSR or
3) just link it to their corporate website .
We share each country on the homepage of CSRidentity.com

In addition to the above,
We will have two columns for corporate page of the country.

In the first column, we will share corporates which want Country visibility. The name will be linked to the corporate website.

The second column will share the names of all corporates in that country with no links.

The country content members can search corporates in their country.
Click here to get the country visibility in a particular sector where you are operating.

Global visibility of corporates
Fee : USD 950/-
In the opening page of CSRidentity.com, we share name of the corporate based on the industry where it operates & link it sither to Global image page where we will share brief information about the corporate or if the corporate wants then link it directly to their website.

The format is first the industry (in alphabetical order) & then the corporate. We are not mentioning the country here because we want the corporate to be known globally by their name.

How many corporates
We have shared names of 10000 corporates from 150 countries & SARs free countrywise. These cover Fortune 500, Forbes 2000 & leading companies in countries where there are no Fortune 500 or Forbes 2000 companies.