Social & Community Impact
Maximising positive societal impact
Businesses play an integral role in society and carry a unique set of relationships and responsibilities to a wide range of stakeholders. The changing nature of these relationships and the social issues that companies and their stakeholders face have a direct impact on a company’s ability to create and sustain value.
We work with companies to create, implement and measure social and community impact strategies. Our approach to impact measurement is rooted in our long track record for best practice impact measurement via B4SI – the global standard for measuring corporate community investment. We help our clients understand, measure and improve their broader socio-economic and value chain impacts beyond community investment, from job creation and procurement to consumer health and well-being.
Relevant Client Work
City of London
Creating the Business Case for Volunteering
How we support our clients
Assessing social risks, issues, and impacts across operations and value chains
Building understanding of key issues through deep stakeholder engagement
Designing and implementing an enterprise-wide and/or issue-specific (e.g., human rights, DEI, health & wellbeing, financial inclusion) social impact strategy
Creating signature initiatives aligned with core mission and capabilities
Developing standardised impact measurement frameworks
Communicating change through meaningful metrics
Leveraging the B4SI framework, tools and network
Learn more about B4SI
August 2018 The financial and related professional services (FRPS) sector is one of the most active and engaged in corporate community investment across the country with six out of the top ten contributing firms operating in the sector. Corporate Citizenship's...
2020 has been a year like no other and our Annual Review this year reflects the incredible activity across the global network of businesses engaged with us. Looking to the future, the S in ESG will have a greater impact on a company’s licence to operate;...
Based on the insights of sustainability and corporate responsibility practitioners around the world, this new report from Corporate Citizenship reveals a surprising and sizeable gap between corporate aspirations and reality when it comes to corporate community investment (CCI).
Following international research, this paper explores Flagship Social Investment Programmes and the characteristics which ensure not only the survival of a programme but also ensure it delivers value to business and society. Including case studies from nine companies including Rolls-Royce and Amway.