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Objective: Corporate Social Responsibility
Global Vox Populi would like to invite Human Resources Managers/Directors to participate in this research project. This study is to develop and validate the multidimensional measure of Corporate Humanistic Responsibility (CHR). By understanding the concept of social responsibility in humanistic approach, it is to allow for establishing content validity of the multidimensional nature of corporate humanistic responsibility.
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Hi
I know one company REPUBLIC MOTORS that provide environment friendly electric vehicles through which companies can establish GREEN MOBILITY transportation System under the csr activities and also provide a co2 emission report that companies can add to their annual report.
Benefits:
Employment generation
Transportation system
Less co2 Emission
I proposed and implemented CSR activity for the company:
a. furniture for NGOs that need it, including old folks homes, blind people charity body etc. So far, we have sent 4 tables, 8 shoe racks and 12 cabinets. these are new items. There is also the donation of used furniture that are still in very good condition to centre for very poor people.
b. drinking water donations for flooded areas
c. old clothes collection donation for centre working for very poor people
d. fund raising through games during exhibition.
Personal, non-company related programmes that i have done includes:
a. weekly donation of bread and noodles (uncooked, in roll packets)
b. occasional vegetarian food lunch packs (when i can afford it)
c. purchase of MDF boards to make furniture for very poor people
d. old clothes donations
e. pre-loved toys donations (a lot, that i love tremendously, but giving them away because poor kids need toys too)
f. english essay competition with the title "How Do I Make Myself Better In (the next year)" with a follow through of the improvements of the 5 winners, and make them share their stories and them to become the judge for the next year.
i have also just enrolled myself in a Palliative care course, hoping to complete my course in 2 months with a certificate that will allow me to volunteer time to take care of the elderly. intend also to propose basic caregiver training sponsorship by my company to people who need it. please wish me the success in my efforts! thank you.
Hi,
I have read with great interest the replies other members have posted.
It is clear that the difference between Philanthropy and CSR needs to be clarified.
Philanthropy is what it is.
CSR on the other hand is the social responsibility of an organisation.
In other words, how can your company reduce the negative impacts of its activities for example can it reduce waste, can it improve is management of waste, can it improve its energy requirements, can it put in place policies that suppliers must heed to. I am sure you can think of many others pertinent to your own organisation.
Philanthropic programs are often short term or one off; CSR to be effective must be long term.
I hope my comments help.
Regards
Harsh

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