Creating business-driven strategies & programs that advance social change.

Doing good is the price of doing business today.

Bringing philanthropic vision to life.

Companies are in a unique position to effect change, so the question of whether as participants in a global society corporations are obligated to do good while doing business, has been answered in the affirmative time and time again. In fact, it really is the price of entry today. The question now is how to align corporate interests with social issues in ways that solve problems and meet corporate objectives.  Read more

Which approach to social impact is right for you?

Straight Contribution

Write a check to a favorite charity or organization

Philanthropy

Fund and collaborate on programs that either resonate with company or reflect core business capabilities

Employee Engagement

Prioritize integrating employee action into social impact

Cause Marketing

Collaborate with a non-profit organization for mutual benefit

Operational Change

Integrate socially responsible practices into business operations while maintaining or increasing ROI

Social Enterprise

Apply a business approach to improve societal issues while maximizing profits

We advise multinational corporations, technology companies, non-profit organizations, foundations, and sports leagues on strategy, programs, communications and outreach around a number of pressing social issues including education, domestic violence and sexual assault, medical research, and refugees.

WHAT WE OFFER

  • Strategy & Execution
  • High-impact Partnerships
  • Risk Analysis
  • Philanthropic Consulting

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