Receiving a CSR Accreditation from CESRA is a visible testimony of your excellence in CSR. This accreditation and the Badge of CSR excellence proves to your customers and stakeholders that you have successfully embedded CSR initiatives throughout your business operations.
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is aimed at causing a positive impact on society;
Receiving a CSR Accreditation from CESRA is a visible testimony of your excellence in CSR. This accreditation and the Badge of CSR excellence is proof to your customers and stakeholders that you have successfully embedded CSR initiatives throughout your business operations
Stage 1: If you are not a member yet, Start by registering as a CESRA member – New user
Stage 2: Successful Registration will direct you to a listing form to create your CSR company profile
Fill in all the required information on the profile form.
- Brief description of the company (400 Words Max)
- CSR Mission and Vision of the Company
- Company CSR activities
- Can add links of Video and links of CSR sustainability page
Stage 3: Payment of Company Accreditation is: $100
Stage 4: company profile will be live on our website and communicated to the world through our press release and social media handles
Stage 5: Receive a FREE assessment toolkit/assessment book. This handbook contains the self-assessment CSR performance tool for companies that aim at measuring the performance of companies, small and large. (Free)
Stage 6: Download the Badge of CSR excellence and display across all your brand touch-points linking back to your accreditation page
Note: If you need help in developing your CSR profile on our platform, please let us know, We can help you develop one.
CESRA’s concern is about creating a sense of goodwill between our member corporate and our member charitable organization.
WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE CSR ACCREDITED?
It Means that a company is guided by FIVE corporate Social Responsibility pillars that reflect business values and provide sustainable benefits to the communities in which they operate
- business practices that benefit the environment.
- cover labour and human rights practices that go beyond the law.
- how an organization manages its relationship with its customers, suppliers and business partners.
Community Relations –
- A company has a responsibility toward the community or communities in which it operates.