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E:40 Corporate Social Responsibility with Jo Taylor

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) means different things to different companies but is a term recognised as representing corporate support of the not-for-profit sector. The ways that companies support charities are varied and there are a number of opportunities for charities and companies to find mutually beneficial partnerships to further both their aims.

Here are a few examples of successful CSR initiatives.

1. GSK and Save the Children – new product example

2. Financial Time report on corporate giving decline


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