Many large corporations and other businesses have a Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) strategy that explains how they aim to work with their local community or charities for public benefit. Even if a local business does not have a CSR strategy, there is huge potential for creative groups and charities to benefit from these kind of commitments.

Any local business could present an opportunity for mutually beneficial projects while many large organisations are keen on opportunities for their employees to volunteer with worthwhile causes.

This Briefing helps you to get to grips with how CSR works for businesses, how to pitch your ideas, your project or your organisation as an ideal opportunity for them and how to take the partnership forward once the business is interested.

Don't miss out on the significant opportunities for volunteers, funding, expertise and promotional support offered by a Corporate Social Responsibility partnership.

Download Briefing 139: Making the Most of Corporate Social Responsibility