School Activities Key Club: In key club most of the events are volunteering. For example, reading to elementary school kids, passing out water at marathons or making blankets for homeless people. Link Crew: I was a link crew leader for the freshman orientation. I helped them get to know the school and feel more comfortable. CSF: I kept my GPA up and I completed 10 hours of community service in school and 10 hours of community service outside of school in one semester Service Learning: For my service learning project I did the Malala fund.
USING ITS ECOMAGINATION: GE Ecomagination offers products that significantly improve customers' operating performance and environmental performance. Ecomagination helped GE in building its business by increasing the awareness of how the company is using renewable energy and reducing carbon emissions. The Ecomagination portfolio has grown from 17 products to more than 80 today, with revenues reaching $17 billion in 2008, an increase of 21% over 2007 which shows the effectiveness of the GE program THE NEW MEANING OF CLEAN: METHOD While cleaning products contain dangerous chemicals, Method was able to make safe and effective home and personal cleaning products which are made from natural ingredients such as soy, coconut and palm oils. The packaging of
Prior this year, Reputation Institute, a private counselling firm, welcomed more than 55,000 shoppers in 15 nations to take an interest in an overview to distinguish organizations with the most grounded CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) notoriety. Forbes as of late reported the after effects of that review and The Walt Disney Company, alongside Microsoft, Google and BMW, were perceived as the most socially capable organizations. "CSR identifies with who the organization is, the thing that it has faith in and how it is getting along business," said Kasper Ulf Nielsen, official accomplice at Reputation Institute,. "It's a central component of notoriety and can be utilized to help build up trust and goodwill amongst partners." Introduction
To begin with the strengths of Rescue Dada is that the institution has a great organizational culture in that it offers its program for a year and the external relations by means of being an institution running a project that is recognized and respected as an established institution having the experience of about 20 years. More so being registered by the government of Kenya. It goes ahead to work closely with the girls and increasing its credibility with the donor and sponsors who are in support of it. The project is hereby dedicated to rescue, rehabilitate and reintegrate the girl child and since it is located near the Nairobi city which at times most time of the years it has been experiencing having a wave of street children who are most of the time high on gum that they sniff, be it the girls or the boys. Hence the task of the institutions becomes a bit stress-free for the rehabilitation center and henceforward since it is has this wonderful staff who are qualified and working with volunteers who are greatly
Moipone: The Mr Price Group has grown in leaps and bounds since 1987 and maintained a favourable image by positively impacting on the lives of nearly 18 000 associates, their extended families and their communities through corporate responsibility programs which fall under the red cap foundation and by complying to the 3 king codes which form part of good corporate governance a positive image has been maintained 5. Karla: Mr Price strongly believes in giving back and helping out especially amongst the youth of today. This has led to the birth of the Jumpstart Retail Program, which assisted 1135 previously unemployed youth to find jobs within the Mr Price Group and other independent business partners. As a result the Mr Price Group was able to form a workforce and employ 16635 workers. The Jumpstart manufacturing program was also born and focuses on strengthening the local manufacturing component within the Mr Price Group.
It is designed to meet ISC, CBSE and State Board syllabus and uses a case based method to boost practical approach. Last year it covered 1,433 students from 30 schools. Empower This program aims at improving basic computer skills, communication skills and other relevant soft skills for the support staff at various TCS offices. Pro bono IT offerings TCS also provides pro bono complete solutions with consultancy to allow social establishments to be efficient and accountable. TCS technical team helps in leveraging its core competencies for such social programs and proposals.
Samsung Engineering seeks to make better conditions around the globe through our various social contribution programs. Company-wide, Samsung utilize their strengths and resources to benefit local communities and help children and families who are in need. Individually, employees of Samsung are encouraged to take part in the many volunteer programs offered by the company. REVENUE STREAMS Samsung posted quarterly revenue of 51.68 trillion Korean won, or$45 billion. up 8.9% year over year.
Nestle’s ambition is to enhance quality of life and contributing to a healthier future. The company’s triple bottom line is to help 50 million children to live healthier lives, having zero impact on the environment and ensuring long term success of the company. However, we will focus on the company’s impact it has on people and planet in a positive and negative manner and profits Nestle is making. Nestle is tackling child labor problem in cocoa sector and providing remediation to these children. The Community Liaison Person (CLP) visits households and farms of every member of Nestle cocoa plan to check whether a child
Unilever had targeted the emerging markets to promote its products, most notably, through collaboration and supporting the programmes held by UNICEF or even the governmental bodies. 80% of Unilever’s proceeds from home care brands, such as Domestos, Sunlight and Cif to name a few, were derived from emerging markets (Forbes, 2014). All the 3 brands mentioned, had been actively holding highly publicised campaigns
As demonstrated by recent company initiatives and industry-led coalitions, corporate executives see substantial benefits to be gained from improving social and environmental impacts in their supply chains. The recently launched Sustainable Apparel Coalition, which includes members such as Levi Strauss & Co. and H&M, is creating a common platform for making and measuring supply chain improvements (Maximizing benefits from a sustainable supply chain, 2011). According to the Carbon Disclosure Supply Chain Report (2011), which assesses the climate change actions of 1,000 suppliers of 57 leading global companies, found that 25 percent of suppliers achieved cost savings linked to emission reduction programs in their supply chains. This has benefited the company, the environment and the people. Shen (2014), further implies that many fashion firms have differentiated their products by adopting sustainable practices and this has strengthened their brand image with standards such as ISO 14000, in their supply chain.