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Critical Needs

During times of disruption, companies can use their unique resources to help support the critical needs of vulnerable populations. 

Confronting the homelessness crisis Compounded by our new normal, the housing challenge has existed for many years—and corporate citizenship programs have rallied to confront it with resources and community partnerships.

Inclusion and Diversity and COVID-19 The pandemic has brought existing inequalities into sharp focus, and this is the perfect time to think about what we can change for the better.

Corporate Citizenship Responses to COVID-19 A regularly updated post on how Center members are stepping up to support responders, remove barriers to healthcare, and provide services and products to those who need them most.


State of Corporate Citizenship

The State of Corporate Citizenship is a research project of the Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship that examines how executives view corporate citizenship and their firms' performance in the environmental, social, and governance dimensions of business.


Communicating Corporate Citizenship to Employees

Clear internal communication is a foundational component of delivering on the business value of corporate citizenship.


Unpacking an ecosystem approach to corporate philanthropy

WEBINAR: Charles Schwab Foundation and social impact agency, Prosono, share a case study using a fresh approach to evolving strategic CSR practices.


Employee Relief Funds

In times of crisis, employees may need additional financial support to help them overcome acute periods of hardship.


Corporate Citizenship: The Bigger Picture

WEBINAR: Join senior executives in a discussion about the questions we should be asking ourselves now in order to make the greatest possible impact with our corporate citizenship commitments.


Disaster Preparedness, Relief, and Recovery

ISSUE BRIEF - In order to quickly and efficiently address traumatic events or natural disasters, corporate citizenship professionals must partner internally and externally to make the best possible use of all available resources, from corporate giving and volunteering to security, logistics, and supply chain management.


$2.2 trillion CARES Act signed into law

REGULATORY RADAR - On March 27, 2020, President Trump signed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act), which provides $2.2 trillion in relief and benefits intended to aid workers and employers in responding to the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.


Canada provides emergency wage subsidy

REGULATORY RADAR - The Canadian federal government has put forth an emergency response plan to help businesses pay employees despite the challenges brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.