Corporate Citizenship Perspectives

Hershey’s Learn to Grow builds opportunities for cocoa farmers through evidence-based learning and innovative solutions

Posted by kerin.sikorski on Apr 29, 2014 5:57:55 AM

HersheyCorpLogo2012_180x96West Africa grows about two-thirds of the world’s supply of cocoa beans. More than two million cocoa farmers in West Africa and more than 10 million West Africans depend on cocoa for a significant portion of their livelihoods. Both climate change and shifts in demand have gravely impacted the industry in this region, creating the need for companies with operations in the region to invest in the long-term sustainability of local cocoa farmers. According to Andy McCormick, Senior Director of Cocoa Sustainability at The Hershey Company, projects designed to improve farmer production and raise incomes need to be at sufficient scale.

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Topics: Sustainability, Partnerships, Supply Chain, Impact Measurement, Corporate Community Involvement, Innovation, Global, Signature Programs

Natixis Global Asset Management sharpens corporate citizenship focus for greater impact

Posted by TSimpson on Aug 14, 2013 7:34:16 AM

Q_NATIXIS_10CMThe definition of what it means to be a good corporate citizen has evolved over the years. It varies according to a company’s resources, giving priorities, corporate culture, and even with time. Natixis Global Asset Management (NGAM) underwent a period of internal reflection as it sought to develop a more strategic corporate citizenship program that produced greater impact on the local community.

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Topics: Partnerships, Philanthropy, Engaging Employees, Impact Measurement, Strategy, Non-Profits, Tracking

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