How can businesses help solve the world's problems, effectively?

Tip of an Iceberg

Part three in our C*SR series: ‘Everyone can be great because everyone can serve’ – Martin Luther King

There are 165,000 charities in this country and at present, over 71% of charitable funding goes to just the top 1%.

This can’t be right.

We believe that businesses have a role to play in fixing it.

The challenge is this:

How can businesses help solve the world’s problems, effectively?

We must combine our hearts and our heads and turn our good intentions into amazingly good outcomes.

 There are thousands of passionate smaller charities out there in need of support, funding, guidance and networks.

 inspire*, the gunnercooke charitable foundation, works with 28 of them. If you want to know more and to see if you or your business can and should get involved, please contact Lucyat gunnercooke or Janet at inspire*.

Next to read

Four actions you need to take to achieve any major goal

By Darryl Cooke Jack Welch, the former CEO of GE and once described as the greatest CEO in history, saw people as the ultimate answer to boosting productivity and taking an organisation to a…

Continue reading

Sign up to the Reading Room

Recent awards