The following content is by Caitlin Hotchkiss, a 3P contributor at TriplePundit.

This article was originally published on March 22

In recent years, we have watched CSR evolve from a luxury to a priority for organizations of all sizes. Companies are increasingly venturing beyond their own walls to advocate for solutions around issues such as education, environment, poverty, equal and human rights, and other issues. They are taking philanthropy to a level of engagement, providing ways for employees to donate or volunteer on behalf of their workplace.


Starting a CSR program can seem daunting, but it doesn’t need to be. Here are six ways to get started:

1. Start with simple donations


2. Use surveys to help choose partnerships

3. Foster (team and paid) volunteering


4. Lead by example

5. Keep employees informed

6. Recognize your champions


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