CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AND SUSTAINABILITY
We aim to help develop public-private projects to create and foster partnerships that bring together civil-society organizations’ skills.
Partnership-building between companies, social sector organizations, and the government in programs and projects whose purpose is to solve social problems fosters innovative strategies, leverages new resources, and builds trust in society.
Volunteering is an opportunity to increase awareness: it allows volunteers to participate and promotes a sense of belonging. Corporate volunteering, driven by businesses, is a considerable challenge: it requires aligning the interests of the different actors involved in an action or project, integrating the priorities of the company, the interests of volunteers, and the needs of a community. Common core interests keep social actors’ participation and motivation alive.
Corporate volunteering requires all team members’ commitment, freedom to participate, and responsibility for program implementation according to an established framework agreed on by all social actors.
Private Social Investment
Requires the voluntary, controlled, and planned use of private resources in public interest projects. We create strategic alliances between various social actors to facilitate implementation and maximize their impact.
No single actor can alleviate social problems by acting individually. These require cross-sectoral collaboration between businesses and social sector organizations to build a sustainable community taking concrete actions in environmental, social, and human matters.
DEVELOPMENT AND STRENGTHENING
knowledge, methodologies and instruments to build the different skills and expertise of civil-society.
PROMOTING PRIVATE-PUBLIC COOPERATION
as a requirement of sustainable development.
DESIGNING AND IMPLEMENTING
programs and projects that address the three dimensions of sustainable development: economic, social and environmental.