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We see the Coronavirus crisis testing the armor of companies’ CSR and environmental, social and governance (ESG) practices.  Now more than ever, they rapidly need to be transparent and innovative.

It pains us to see the struggle.

We are hearing from colleagues who are wrestling with their organization’s response to COVID-19, including how to:

  • Decipher and communicate short and long-term effects
  • Respond to different stakeholders appropriately and authentically
  • Create innovative and resilient solutions
  • Share what they have learned so far

So, we asked ourselves:

how can we give organizations a platform and voice to help each other through this unprecedented time?

The answer was obvious:

use our Creating Responsible Companies podcast to give organizations a platform and voice to help each other through this unprecedented time.

We stand ready to help

In order to provide business leaders, CSR professionals and Everyday Superheroes with actionable steps focused on creating solutions to this crisis, we invite you to join colleagues from different industries, organization types and sizes to share with others what you have learned so far, how you have innovated and where you most need help. 

Want to share?

We invite you to a 20-minute conversation on our podcast to share your journey, by responding to:

  • How has this impacted you/your business/industry?
  • What do the next 30-60-90 days look like?
  • What opportunities do you see during this time? To perhaps innovate using your existing infrastructure?
  • What do you need help with?
  • What have you learned that would help others?

Head over to our Say Hello! page and leave us a message!


U. S. Chamber of Commerce

Guidance for employers:

workplace tips, disaster recovery and maintaining operations, including a customizable flyer:

U. S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation

Corporate Aid Tracker:

ways the business community is mobilizing its expertise, capabilities, and community resources to assist with relief and containment efforts:



Philanthropy’s response to the coronavirus:

which funders are supporting the response and where is that funding going:

is gathering a list of ways businesses can help impacted nonprofits from the safety of their home

Financial resources:

by the hour, federal and state government bills and appropriations are being discussed, so keep an eye on opportunities to apply for assistance.  A great start is the official benefits website of the U.S. government, 

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