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CK Skips Lunch to Help Feed NYC Families

May 13, 2011, 4:15am posted by

This week CooperKatz participated in City Harvest’s Skip Lunch Fight Hunger, a one-day citywide initiative that asks New Yorkers to donate what they normally spend on lunch to help feed hungry children and their families. Did you know that with just $10, City Harvest can feed over 43 children? In 2010, Skip Lunch Fight Hunger teams across the city raised more than $500,000 in a single day!

Skipping Lunch to Help Feed NYC Kids

May 12, 2010, 9:49pm posted by

CooperKatz recently participated in Skip Lunch Fight Hunger, a New York City-wide initiative that asks individuals to donate what they normally spend on lunch to help fight hunger.

This is the sixth consecutive year that CooperKatz has participated as an agency! Read on to learn more and see how you can get involved!

10 Critical Steps to CSR Success

July 23, 2009, 4:00pm posted by

Cycles of “negativism” from policymakers, the media or the general public about corporate business practices are nothing new. But when the going gets tough from a reputation standpoint, many companies begin searching with greater urgency for ways to rebuild trust with consumers and shift perceptions in an authentic, meaningful way. One way to accomplish this is through a corporate social responsibility (CSR) program.

At CooperKatz, we work closely with our clients to identify the nexus between their corporate mission, goals, key stakeholders and important social causes. Finding this intersection helps us design CSR programs that companies enthusiastically embrace and support – not just “at the top,” but throughout an organization. To guide our own strategic process, we’ve established “10 Principles for a Successful CSR Program” for developing and evaluating CSR opportunities.

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