Increasingly, consumers and employees are demanding that companies be socially responsible. This can encompass everything from corporate donations and employee volunteering initiatives, to gender pay equity and using recyclable packaging.
It’s hard to know which strategies will have the most impact. This is why Aligned4Good exists. We work with companies to identify the optimal social responsibility approach, then we help implement it, empowering businesses to actually do well by doing good.
Well-designed corporate social responsibility programs are proven to:
OUR END-TO-END SERVICES MAKE IT EASY
More than 40% of people’s perception of your company is based on your corporate social responsibility practices5. While it’s difficult to develop an effective program in-house, Aligned4Good offers a suite of targeted CSR solutions that delivers results. Our unique lifecycle approach addresses all your needs, ensuring you can stay focused on building your business while we build you a game-changing CSR program.
We provide full lifecycle support for every stage of your CSR journey
Using proprietary assessment tools, we pinpoint the areas in which CSR can make the most impact for your business.
Armed with research on your company and clients, we design a world-class CSR program that will seamlessly scale with you.
We don’t just make the plan; we make it happen, getting your program up and running quickly and efficiently.
Our team will be by your side every step of the way, mitigating risk, assisting employees, and stewarding partnerships.
We’ve got you covered with customized social media, website, and email content to fully leverage your CSR investment.
We stick with you, monitoring progress against goals and providing reports on the impact of your efforts.
What people are saying
"Companies need to reassess how to spend their money if they want to improve their return on investment. You don’t do CSR for the sake of CSR. You do CSR as part of your reputation management strategy to drive business growth, customer loyalty, and employee alignment. Only a few companies get it right. But those who do see the results."
Kasper Ulf Nielsen,Executive Partner, Reputation Institute
“Society is demanding that companies, both public and private, serve a social purpose. To prosper over time, every company must not only deliver financial performance, but also show it makes a positive contribution to society.”
Larry Fink,Chairman & CEO, BlackRock
“It’s no longer a question if consumers care about social impact. Consumers do care and show they do through their actions. The question is ‘how is your brand effectively creating shared value by marrying the appropriate social cause and consumer segments?’”
Amy Fenton,Global Leader of Public Development and Sustainability, Nielsen
"Making a positive social and environmental impact through business has gone from a ‘nice to have’ to a ‘must have.'"
Liz Maw,CEO, Net Impact
“As the battle for talent continues, volunteering can be a strong leg-up on the competition for both prospective employees and employers. Companies that create a culture committed to making an impact and to tapping into their employees’ sense of purpose have the ability to attract and retain top talent.”
Mike Preston,Chief Talent Officer, Deloitte LLP
1. Project ROI, 2015; 2. Deloitte Volunteerism Survey, 2017; 3. Project ROI, 2015; 4. Aflac Corporate Responsibility Survey, 2016; 5. Reputation Institute, 2017