How to get employees excited about Corporate Social Responsibility

In addition to giving back, one of the best things about a Corporate Social Responsibility program is the benefits it allows companies to offer to its employees. It’s a great opportunity for companies to provide team building, increased employee engagement and morale, and more meaning to their everyday lives.

There is a fine balance between having meaningful impact and having fun. Without both, companies may find it difficult to recruit employees to participate in their CSR committee or charity projects.

This week we heard from our friends at SHAPE Australia. They recently finished a presentation to their company about the trip they took from Cambodia. In case you missed it, SHAPE sent 10 volunteers to Cambodia in February to see first-hand what their company’s donation is doing for the people in Cambodia.

A presentation like this one, especially with an fun, upbeat video was a great way to show the rest of their company what they achieved in Cambodia with SeeBeyondBorders (and all the fun they had!) to inspire the rest of the company to participate. Follow up presentations like this one are crucial to recruit employees internally to your CSR program, and we’re so glad SHAPE shared it with us… check it out!

http://bit.ly/2mRbTwI


Thank you, SHAPE for including SeeBeyondBorders in your Corporate Social Responsibility efforts! Learn more about Corporate Sponsorship on our website: http://bit.ly/2kIUtx0

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Author: SeeBeyondBorders

SeeBeyondBorders provides children in Cambodia with access to quality teaching and learning at school. Our approach is through sustainable development, helping communities help themselves.

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