Formulating CSR Action Plan

Drafting a Robust CSR

We create CSR strategy and action plan for companies towards taking up structured CSR initiatives in their operational areas. Depending upon the sector the company belongs to we undertake primary and secondary research at Industry level, Company and Community level to design relevant initiatives. Our a-la-carte offerings empower any organizations in any industry to become a responsible business and contribute to a more sustainable world. We help companies prepare, implement and monitor a cohesive CSR policy which is not only compliant with Section 135 of the Indian Companies Act but also need based, strategic, integrated with value chains, iterative and geared towards business responsibility reporting

We have created CSR Monitoring and Evaluation Action Plan, Strategy, Prospective plan for companies in Manufacturing, FMCG, Service, Banking & Insurance, Oil & Gas sector.

Designing a CSR strategy is a key element of every company who desire to implement its CSR activities in the right spirit. In this era of impact investing and big pledges as companies step up to tackle the toughest environmental and social issues of our time. Companies who don’t take action risk losing investment opportunities and market share, not to mention being left behind as problems like climate change become increasingly dire. A goal-driven corporate social responsibility strategy can help companies challenge themselves to think bigger and do more while also increasing their accountability to stakeholders. However, setting corporate social responsibility goals is not a one-size-fits-all proposition.  Over the last century, there have been many trends and concerns that have helped drive the adoption of CSR strategies, including the following:

Altruism. At the most basic level, it’s about organizations and the people that own and manage them wanting to do good and help their communities and the larger world around them.

Consumer demand. In the present world, consumers began to hold corporations accountable by asking them how they were being socially and environmentally responsible.

Employee satisfaction. Attracting and retaining staff is a goal of any organization. Potential employees want to know that the companies they work for are socially responsible.

Brand reputation. Being socially responsible or not can have direct effect on an organization’s brand and how it’s viewed in the market.

Investors. There is a growing trend of investors wanting to only invest in organizations that have well defined CSR strategies.

Regulatory compliance. Across industries, regulations are coming into play because of different ethical concerns, driving a need for CSR practices.