CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
Meet your CSR goals with employee volunteering
Boost employee engagement while strengthening nonprofits as part of your CSR program. We bridge the gap between employees, nonprofits, and philanthropic giving.
Choose Catchafire to power your corporate purpose
Maximize your employee’s impact potential
Manage one-off volunteer engagements, company-wide volunteer campaigns, or custom skills-based volunteer projects all with one platform.
Measure and report on your impact
We do all the reporting for you. See impact data that you can immediately access and share with your stakeholders.
Tailored options for all employees
Choose from thousands of corporate volunteering opportunities across diverse cause areas.
All-in-one corporate giving solution
Social impact solution that drives employee engagement with skills-based volunteering, team volunteering, and corporate giving.
Give your people relevant volunteer opportunities and see them build new relationships across the company.
Configurable CSR solution
Promote campaigns for special causes important to your organization.
Corporate social responsibility experiences we offer
Give your people more choice, all in one easy-to-use platform. Employees can pick from virtual volunteering, direct giving, in-person and team volunteering, and nonprofit board service.
As the leading platform for employees to volunteer with nonprofits, Catchafire takes your social impact goals and the interests of your employees to deliver a meaningful corporate giving program built for the global workforce.
Scale your CSR impact with events for a month, week of, and day of service.
Frequently asked questions
What does CSR stand for?
What is the meaning of CSR?
Corporate social responsibility is a self-regulation model for private businesses that ensures a company's social accountability to the public, its stakeholders, and itself. With corporate social responsibility, companies make societal contributions through philanthropy, activism, or charity via activities like volunteering or other ethically oriented practices.