CSR strategy like any other strategy is a complex process involving many stakeholders. And, like benefits of any other strategy, CSR strategy can aid community development in a sustainable manner. A well designed and executed CSR strategy can not only benefit communities but also adds a lot of brand value and aids in ESG compliance.

The key benefits of our approach are:

CSR VIsion Alignment to Organization and Leadership Vision
Impact Focused NGO Partnerships
Community Change Focus

Our CSR strategy creation approach follows a 4 step process. We start by understanding the current vision of the organization and its leadership. We also conduct discussions, survey, etc. with stakeholders on their vision and expectations from the CSR activities. Based on that, we help organizations create CSR vision and align the strategy in accordance with the vision. The strategic road map highlights short, medium and long term initiatives along with the milestones created to implement the strategic plan. We also help the organizations to identify NGO partners in the geography of their interest after due-diligence. Once the partners are identified then the project objectives, goals, monitoring and evaluation parameters are identified.

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