This year’s CSR A-List features top agencies and bold initiatives in the realm of corporate social responsibility.
Winner: Amerigroup – The Amerigroup Community Volunteers Program Amerigroup has a clear goal for its Community Volunteers program—to set the company apart from its competition and establish itself as a best-in-class operation that helps those… Continued
Winner: Novartis International and Fishburn Hedges – Novartis and TED: inspiring associates to improve healthcare in Africa In its inaugural partnership with TED in 2012, Novaris International struck up a discussion with the great thinkers… Continued
Winner: Hormel Foods Corp. and Burson-Marsteller – Hormel Foods 2011 Corporate Responsibility Report With its fifth CSR report, Hormel Foods, along with its team at Burson-Marsteller, sought not only to communicate its corporate responsibility achievements and… Continued
Edelman For more than two decades, Edelman has been at the vanguard of helping leading brands and corporations create lasting connections between business and social issues, from StarKist’s dolphin-safe tuna and Dove’s Campaign for Real… Continued
Winner: Shannon Schuyler, Corporate Responsibility Leader, PwC Shannon Schulyer is a CR leader on the move. She oversees PwC’s global internal strategy around its four pillars: marketplace, community, people and involvement. As corporate responsibility leader, she has spoken… Continued
Cone Communications In continuing its high standard for CSR activities, in 2012 Cone Communications introduced a new approach called Corporate Social ReturnSM, which centers on measurable business, brand and societal impacts that yield benefits for… Continued
Winner: Cone Communications for Nestlé Waters North America – Reinventing Recycling through an Extended Producer Responsibility Model In 2008, Nestlé Waters North America (NWNA) set an ambitious goal to double recycling rates for PET plastic beverage… Continued