What is Corporate Social Responsibility?
India is the first country in the world to make Corporate Social Responsibility CSR) mandatory, following an amendment to The Company Act, 2013 in April 2014. Businesses can invest their profits in areas such as CSR refers to the idea that companies need to invest in socially and environmentally relevant causes in order to interact and operate with concerned parties having a stake in the company’s work. CSR is termed as “Triple-Bottom-Line-Approach”, which is meant to help the company promote its commercial interests along with the responsibilities it holds towards the society at large. CSR is different and broader from acts of charities like sponsoring or any other philanthropic activity as the latter is meant to be a superficial or surface level action as part of business strategy, but the former tries to go deep and address longstanding socio-economic and environmental issues. Corporate companies can fulfil their responsibilities towards society and environment by providing to charity.
Bark India would like to invite small businesses and large corporate companies to become sponsors of our worthy charity and be thereby responsible to society. Sponsorship can be a one off donation or a monthly commitment. Equally you may like to agree to sponsor the purchase of the required items or for our works. Please contact us to know about the items that we would benefit from having to continue our work of charity.
For more details please contact us firstname.lastname@example.org, Just dial- 9487007552