Blog: Corporate Social Responsibility

Dollars to Rupees: When Diaspora Interests and Corporate Philanthropy Align

Over the past decade, international corporate philanthropy has undergone a significant transformation. Overseas gifts by U.S.-based companies were once made only in the face of natural disasters or violent conflicts. However, the globalization of business and the burgeoning zeitgeist that corporations must not only do well – but also do good – has led influential… CONTINUE READING >>


Cocoa to Commerce: When Challenges Become Opportunities

This piece was originally featured on the US Chamber of Commerce Foundation’s blog here. A simple paradox has presented itself across the globe in the realm of rural farming: How can smallholder farmers increase their productivity and incomes, when they do not have the financing and training needed to grow a substantial yield in the… CONTINUE READING >>


Partnering for Peace: Building Bridges and Burgers to Connect Cultures

  We can all stop holding our breath — the much anticipated      McWhopper is not going to happen.[1] The proposed jointly-  created “peace burger” between Burger King and McDonald’s  to celebrate the International Day of Peace on September 21st   seems to have eluded us this time around– instead    McDonald’s and Burger King… CONTINUE READING >>


From Baby Boom to Tech Boom: Exploring Generational Giving by High Net Worth Individuals

 In the summer of 2010, two of the world’s most renowned  self-made  billionaires announced the formation of a long-speculated pact that  sought to permanently alter the  landscape of philanthropy. Led by Bill  Gates and Warren  Buffett, The Giving Pledge – as it has come to be  known –  is an open call to the world’s… CONTINUE READING >>


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The Game Changers

Participating in an after-school debate or a Model United Nations club, or being part of a basketball team are experiences many remember as an exciting foundation of their youth. However, for youth at risk—as are over 75% of school kids who have experienced violence—engaging in an after-school program can be life-saving.  Such programs serve as… CONTINUE READING >>

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