Our Collaborating Partner companies have committed to align their employee volunteering programs to the SDGs and find avenues to connect and collaborate with other partners and stakeholders in countries where they operate.
The Mission of Arconic Foundation is to advance science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education and skills training worldwide, with a special emphasis on engaging and creating access for underrepresented and underserved groups. Through our partnerships, we are helping to change the perception of manufacturing by creating excitement around the rewarding career opportunities available to the next generation of talent – from career and technical education to the most advanced robotics and digital manufacturing.
For more information visit our website: www.arconicfoundation.com
Singtel actively promotes corporate volunteering in support of Goals 4, 5, 8, 9, 10 and 17. Through the Australian Business and Community Network which Singtel Optus is a founding member of, each year 500 staff volunteers mentor 900 vulnerable youth, many of whom are refugees and asylum seekers entering Australia. The Singtel Overseas Volunteering Programme annually brings together our people from across our regional associates and supply chain partners to help rebuild resilient communities devastated by natural disasters. Through the Singtel Future Makers social innovation program, our people mentor social entrepreneurs to help them maximize their social impact.
For more information on our corporate social responsibility initiatives and corporate volunteering programs, please click here.
We are a global building materials company that provides high-quality products and reliable service to customers and communities in more than 50 countries throughout the world, and we maintain trade relationships in over 100 nations. We work hard to develop and deliver the best solutions in cement, ready-mix, and aggregates…so we can transform ideas into reality. For more information on our corporate social responsibility initiatives and corporate volunteering programs, please click here.
Giving back is part of Edelman’s culture, and always will be. For more than 60 years, Edelman has helped employees make the most of opportunities to strengthen the communities where they live and work. Through service and donations, our generous employees are helping to change tomorrow’s story in local communities around the globe. At the same time, they support our environmental commitments, key to Edelman being a good neighbor in the global markets where we do business. In FY15, our total giving was nearly $4 million dollars, including more than 32,000 hours of professional and general volunteerism, 158 community investment grants, employee giving and dollar-for-dollar matching donations by the Daniel J. Edelman Family Foundation. Most of our volunteerism activities, pro bono work, and overall giving programs already address many of the sustainable development goals. Through our partnership with IMPACT 2030, we look forward to strengthening this commitment to go beyond our current impact through collaboration and ambitious shared objectives.
For more information on our corporate social responsibility initiatives and corporate volunteering programs, please click here.
At Telefónica we promote social and cultural action in the countries in which we operate, to improve society and the quality of people’s lives. The new technologies applied to knowledge, culture and solidarity give us more opportunities than ever to work successfully on the transformation of society.
Telefónica’s Corporate Volunteering Program channels and promotes the social action of those employees who wish to contribute part of their resources, their knowledge, their time and their enthusiasm to benefit the community and its most disadvantaged groups. Managed by Fundación Telefónica, its scope is international, and it is open to all the company’s professionals, as well as retired and semi-retired employees. In addition, we also invite friends and relatives of the volunteers to participate in numerous activities, thereby substantially increasing the impact of the initiatives.
With `Telefónica Volunteers´, the employees become the real protagonists of the company’s social action, and their involvement enables them to develop new personal and creative facets. Also, we strengthen the links between professionals in different countries through a true “solidarity network,” as well as motivating them and reinforcing their feelings of pride and belonging to Telefónica.
Telefónica Volunteers Programme contributes to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) collaborating with public and social institutions, providing training and awareness to volunteers and society about the Goals and exchanging best practice and providing basic services to disadvantaged groups at territories where the Telefónica group is present.
Although our action responds positively to the seventeen SDG, its greatest impact is concentrated to promote quality education (#4), promote decent work and economic growth (#8), reduce inequalities (#10) and protect the lives of terrestrial ecosystems (#15), all this through a focus digital and innovative.
In 2015, Fundación Telefónica programs directly reached more than three million people, of whom almost half were children.
It’s mission consists in improve people´s development opportunities through educational, social and cultural projects adapted to the challenges of the digital world, through: Employability and Youth, Improvement of Education through Innovation, Contribution to the Elimination of Child Labour in Latin America, Corporate Volunteering: Telefonica´s Volunteers, and Cultural Action: bringing Contemporary and Digital Culture to Society.
For more information on our corporate social responsibility initiatives and corporate volunteering programs, please click here.
Ball Corporation’s commitment to the communities where we live and operate has been an integral part of our corporate culture ever since the five Ball brothers founded the company in 1880. Since 2015, Ball Corporation has partnered with IMPACT 2030. Three of the 17 SDGs (zero hunger, quality education, responsible consumption, and production) are directly tied to the Ball Foundation’s key focus areas and Ball employee volunteering programs. By partnering with other community-minded businesses, civil society, academia and philanthropic organizations, IMPACT 2030 will provide Ball with advanced tools to engage global employees in volunteer work and better measure the impact of volunteer efforts.
RBC’s vision as a global financial services company is to help our clients thrive and communities prosper. Headquartered in Canada, and operating in more than 40 countries worldwide, we are recognized as one of Canada’s most responsible, sustainable and generous corporate citizens. We recognize that we have a significant economic, social and environmental impact not just through the jobs we create, the taxes we pay, the services we provide, the businesses we lend to, the suppliers we buy from and the organizations we support, but also in the way we conduct ourselves every day, in every transaction. In leading by example as a good corporate citizen, we hope that our employees will grow their own personal citizenship during their tenure with us.
For our 78,000 employees worldwide, an important element of the RBC experience is being part of a team that has a positive social and environmental impact at home and abroad. Our employees and retirees are passionate volunteers and we provide formal programs that make it easy for them to contribute time, talent, skills and resources. We recognize their efforts through corporate donations to their charities of choice and give them opportunities to lead or take part in projects where they can develop new skills at the same time as they’re helping their community.
For more information, please click here to visit RBC’s Community and Sustainability website.
Bank of America
Bank of America is honored to be a Founding Partner of IMPACT 2030. As part of our commitment to help make people’s financial lives better, we’re building thriving communities through philanthropic and volunteer partnerships with nonprofit organizations across the globe that are improving the lives of individuals and families. We’re focused on addressing issues fundamental to economic mobility, including workforce development and education, community development and basic needs. It’s part of our approach to growing our business responsibly across every aspect of our company, including an inclusive and supportive workplace for employees and the products and services we offer customers. Our company and our employees support the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in meaningful ways each and every day, and our partnership with Impact 2030 is an example of this work in action.
For more information on our Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) approach and corporate volunteer initiatives, please click here.
At CH2M, we see sustainability as an expression of good corporate citizenship. For 70 years, our engineers and scientists have solved the world’s complex problems in water, energy, environment, and development by promoting economic growth and social inclusion. Through our business operations, delivery of client projects, and our charitable foundation, CH2M is directly advancing these SDGs: Goal 6, Clean Water and Sanitation; Goal 9, Industry Innovation and Infrastructure; and Goal 11, Sustainable Cities and Communities. CH2M is proud to be a Collaborating Partner of IMPACT 2030, mobilizing our skills-based volunteer program to advance access to water, sanitation, transportation, and energy in the developing world through our focus on Building Sustainable Communities and to increase the number of youth with relevant technical skills through our STEM Education partnerships.
Marriott International encourages associates in more than 4,400 properties in 87 countries and territories to volunteer in hotel-sponsored programs and activities that support their local communities. Consistent with its Serve Our World core value, Marriott supports the Sustainable Development Goals through its focus on five issue fronts: shelter and food, including in times of disaster; environment; work readiness, with a special emphasis on youth age 15 to 24; vitality of children; and embracing global diversity and inclusion.
At Southwest Airlines, our Purpose is to connect People to what’s important in their lives through friendly, reliable, and low-cost air travel. Those connections extend beyond our planes and often include a special place, special people, and a special experience—something that unites people in purpose and service, encourages connections, and builds resilient communities. Our greatest asset is our People who strive to make a positive impact by volunteering their time and talents in communities across the country each and every day.While the volunteer stories of impact vary widely, our Servant’s Hearts join us in service and purpose, no matter what cause we choose to support. Each of us has the power to make a difference in the world.
Southwest is honored to serve as an Impact 2030 Collaborating Partner and unite with fellow good corporate citizens to align Employee volunteer efforts in support of the advancement of the Sustainable Development Goals. Together we can drive real change in the world.
Check out our report on the triple bottom line – Performance, People, and Planet. Southwest Airlines One Report
At Amway, we believe by using the best of our business and the passion of our people we can solve global challenges and improve individual communities all over the world.
Amway brings more than 80 years of nutrition and scientific expertise to fighting the issue of childhood malnutrition globally through our Nutrilite™ Power of 5 Campaign. Our goal is to work with established nutrition or health-focused programs to provide Nutrilite™ Little Bits™ to 500,000 malnourished children by the end of 2019.
Amway also supports and recognizes the volunteer efforts of employees and Amway Business Owners through #AmwayVolunteers. It is an invitation for these two groups to “be the change” in their local community, with an overall goal to build the world’s largest global volunteer force by 2019. Since 2003, Amway Business Owners and employees have volunteered more than 13.2 million hours.
For more information about Amway volunteers, access the following link www.amwayvolunteers.com
McInnes Cooper is a law firm with a long history of creating shared value in communities across Atlantic Canada and beyond. For our lawyers and staff, Collective Social Responsibility is about embracing our capacity to respond to areas of need. Through our investment in community engagement, environmental stewardship, pro bono legal services, diversity & inclusion, and wellness promotion, we strive to make a deep and lasting difference in society while building a sense of community within the firm. To achieve those goals, we build partnerships with community organizations, and we empower our members to take part in volunteer activities. Every year we undertake hundreds of activities and donate thousands of dollars. Our members raise even more, and they contribute more than 2,000 hours a year in volunteer time. Through our pro bono program, launched in 2012, we provided over $1 million in free legal services in just four years. For a firm of 500 people, we’re proud and inspired by what our members achieve. And as a Collaborating Partner of Impact 2030, we look forward to deepening our impact by aligning our volunteer activities with the Sustainable Development Goals, particularly those related to food security (Goal #2), education (Goal #4), youth employment (Goal #8) and access to justice (Goal #16).
For more information on our collective social responsibility initiatives and corporate volunteering programs, please click here.
BD has given a strong focus on addressing unmet global health and society needs. The company’s volunteer programs (Labs for Life and Volunteer Service Trips) are designed as a way for BD to share the collective knowledge in its 118-year memory bank in the global arena and at the same time provide opportunities for today’s associates to “live” our corporate purpose of advancing the world of health. Members of the BD teams travel from their home countries to help strengthen healthcare capacity in some of the most disadvantaged regions.
BD partners with nongovernmental organizations or with local PEPFAR countries and Centers for Disease Control offices who have experience working with local healthcare providers and laboratories and are aware of their needs and limitations. The program has the full support of BD’s executive leadership, from the CEO on down to the managers at our locations throughout the world.
The BD volunteers spend a week or two in the designated country, where they share their expertise and skills with local care providers and laboratories. They serve as laboratory technicians, trainers, construction workers, educators, primary healthcare providers, photographers, nurse educators, information technology technicians and program coordinators. The variety of activities reflects both the complexities of delivering healthcare in resource-poor regions and the many ways BD as a company impacts global health and shows it’s support for the achievement of the SDGs goals. The associates who participate in the VST program not only make contributions to society but also benefit personally from their experience.
As a Water Utilities Company, in SUEZ Water Spain we have thorough knowledge of the SDG’s and a deep commitment to contribute to the community by measuring the positive impact of our actions on their achievement.
Being a global company that contributes to the well-being of our local communities and our stakeholders, we have defined objectives and indicators aligned with those in the SDG’s and part of them are included in our Corporate Volunteer Program, including actions such as teaching and education, bird watching and other environment-related volunteer programs, skill-based volunteer actions, entrepreneurial volunteering schemes, and so on.
The design of this program forms part of our Sustainable Development Strategy as a whole and helps us become more aware of both local and global problems, helping us design and deploy a growing number of projects to contribute to community welfare.
Pentair is proud of its legacy of corporate citizenship. We are one global team, 28,000 employees strong, inspired by our role in the world, our customers, and each other. Employees work every day to fulfill our purpose of improving the quality of life of people around the world. As “Team Pentair,” employees give time and talent to important issues, providing leadership to help improve the communities where we live and work. Employees are encouraged to collaborate through team volunteerism, using their collective resources to support nonprofit organizations in their regions. The Pentair Foundation supports these efforts by providing grants to qualified nonprofits in recognition of team volunteerism and employee giving.
Pentair is committed to aligning and mobilizing philanthropy and employee volunteerism towards the Sustainable Development Goals. We are particularly committed to Goal Six through our strategic Safe Water initiatives, using a holistic approach to provide safe water by combining our technology, expertise, micro-enterprise business models and scientific research.
La Caixa Banking Foundation
Since 1904 “la Caixa” has been committed for moving towards a better, more balanced and fairer society. Presently we aspire to maintain our position as a leading institution in the field of social work, whose activity is supported by three main values: social commitment, responsibility and trust. In 2005 the “la Caixa” Volunteering Program was launched with the aim of encouraging the nearly 25,000 staff in the Group to contribute to social, environmental and cultural causes. The initiative wanted to foster the potential for voluntary action amongst those working for the Group, for all current and retired employees of “la Caixa” as well as their families and friends who wish to help out and volunteer for different activities.Since then, over 8500 “la Caixa” volunteers from all over Spain have become a crucial part of the Foundation’s work.
In 2015, more than 221.000 people benefitted from the 1.532 actions carried out by “la Caixa” volunteers. With “la Caixa” joining IMPACT 2030 “la Caixa” Foundation Volunteering Program will continue to promote the volunteers’ active participation and involvement in meeting the challenge of social transformation and working towards the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals.
Our corporate responsibility strategy is at the heart of all we do, designed to reflect and build on our ethos of innovation by exploring how to apply the technology we design to improve the world around us. We utilize our unique capabilities to help address important social issues, focussing on Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics education (STEM), ICT for development, environment projects, and local community support.In 2015, 75% of our people took part in local community engagement activities with 20% volunteering more than 4,400 hours toward causes that gained from their skills, expertise, and passion. We will continue to share our people, networks, and expertise and inspire the technology sector to develop innovative partnerships to support the delivery of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. We are proud to become a Collaborating Partner of Impact2030 and are enthused about achieving the Global Goals together.
For more information on our corporate responsibility initiatives and employee community engagement programme TeamARM, please read our latest CR Report.
At Blackbaud, we believe the world would be a better place if good took over. Organizations that use Blackbaud technology raise, invest, manage, volunteer and award more than $100 billion each year. We are humbled that our solutions are used to make a difference, allowing our customers to focus their time and resources on what they do best – changing the world. Our employees are also exceptionally committed to giving back, sharing their time and expertise with nonprofits in their own communities delivering over 80,000 hours of skill-based volunteerism, amounting to about $2.1 million in service to nonprofits last year. Our involvement in Impact2030 is one of the ways we are seeking to ensure the Global Goals are not only understood, but embraced by the broad philanthropic community and the businesses that support them as they both work to make a real difference and measure true impact.For more information click here.
Through our global sustainability programme Our World, Our Future we bring sustainability into every aspect of our work and through this address many of the global issues presented in the SDGs.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise
To learn about our commitment to the Sustainable Development Goals and the 2030 Agenda, please visit our website.
In September 2015, those present at the UN Sustainable Development Summit announced: ‘We resolve, between now and 2030, to end poverty and hunger everywhere; to combat inequalities within and among countries; to build peaceful, just and inclusive societies; to protect human rights and promote gender equality and the empowerment of women and girls; and to ensure the lasting protection of the planet and its natural resources. We resolve also to create conditions for sustainable, inclusive and sustained economic growth, shared prosperity and decent work for all, taking into account different levels of national development and capacities.’ To engage more proactively in contributing towards the achievement of the 2030 Agenda, Linklaters has been reviewing its business against the SDGs, particularly, through Linklaters pro bono and community investment activities.
To engage more proactively in contributing towards the achievement of the 2030 Agenda, Linklaters has been reviewing its business against the SDGs, particularly, through Linklaters pro bono and community investment activities.
Learn more about Linklaters’ commitment to the SDG framework, and access examples of how we are addressing many of the SDGs here. For more on their Collective Responsibility Strategy, follow this link.
MyEffect’s mission is to create communities where people and impact come first. These two elements – people and impact– are our guiding principles.
We believe that meaningful community connections come from empowering the passions of people, and big data can be used for social good. Our SaaS solutions emphasize the value of skills-based volunteering and help organizations leverage their community impact to recruit and retain motivated talent committed to building capacity for change, every year we equip hundreds of nonprofit organizations with free software to help them recruit, manage and retain support for their cause.
As the first SME to join IMPACT 2030, MyEffect is thrilled to lead the way for other innovation companies to follow and take action for the Global Goals.
Our platform will help people find, track and celebrate their actions towards the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. As a 14 time award-winning Youth Mobilizer, our founder and CEO will dedicate additional resources to help organizations engage Millennial employees and young volunteers in Global Goal initiatives.
MyEffect is thrilled to join IMPACT 2030 and connect you with passionate nonprofit organizations, corporate supporters and young leaders, that like us, believe in taking action for a better future!
To learn more, please visit our website.
Johnson & Johnson
For the SDGs, Johnson & Johnson is dedicating its expertise, ideas, and ingenuity to catalyze efforts to achieve SDG 3: Good Health and Well-being, which is at the heart of the SDGs and the core of the company’s business. The company’s efforts will exemplify the importance of Goal 5: Gender Equality, and will be founded in the principles of Goal 17: Partnerships for the Goals.
To achieve these goals, the company plans to catalyze efforts in five areas where they are uniquely positioned to create sustainable and scalable impact:
Women’s & Children’s Health
J&J’s vision: A world where every woman and child survives and has the opportunity for a healthy future.
JNJ’s 5-year target: 60 million women and children will have received support and tools to enable a healthy future.
Global Disease Challenges
J&J’s vision: A world where innovations and holistic health solutions prevent, control and eliminate global disease challenges and epidemics.
J&J’s 5-year target: 175 million individuals will have benefited from J&J solutions that prevent, control and eliminate global diseases.
J&J’s vision: A world where the current and future healthcare workforce has the necessary competencies to deliver high quality health care.
J&J’s 5-year target: 650,000 health workers will have received training to better deliver quality health care.
J&J’s vision: A world where safe, essential and timely surgical care can be accessed by all to save lives, prevent disability, promote economic growth, and reduce social marginalization.
J&J’s 5-year target: 50 million people will have had access to safe, essential, and timely surgical care.
J&J’s vision: A world where the places we live, work and play are healthier for the people who share them.
J&J’s 5-year target: The 1 billion people we touch every day inspire our action and will benefit from our improvements to the sustainability of our business, products and solutions.
We invest our energy in building a sustainable future.
At Iberdrola we have an unwavering commitment to improving society and that is why we designed a Corporate Volunteering Programme: to harness the solidarity of our employees and encourage them to take part in social projects geared towards helping vulnerable groups to integrate, enhancing the environment, sustainable development in the territories where we have operations and taking energy to those that are not yet connected to the grid.
Iberdrola’s Volunteer Programme was set up in 2006 and is today a global, international project, in line with the Group’s values and its sustainability policy. Our employees take part in social projects in the countries where the Group operates, forming a global community of volunteers who contribute to improving our environment through national and international initiatives. Together, they help enhance the environment and the quality of life of the most vulnerable members of society so that they can hope for a better future. The program is also aligned with the SDGs. Although the program has input into the seventeen Sustainable Development Goals, it focuses its efforts on good health and well-being (#3), quality education (#4), an affordable and non-contaminating energy supply (# 7), reduce inequalities (#10) and action for the climate (#13).
The Volunteering Programme celebrated its 10th anniversary in 2016. On the occasion the programme received a special mention from King Felipe. The activities of our volunteers benefit hundreds of thousands of people on a direct or indirect basis, in the United States, the United Kingdom, Mexico, Brasil and Spain. Our volunteers act as ambassadors representing Iberdrola’s values around the world and are an example of sacrifice, generosity, solidarity and ethical behaviour.
Berkshire Bank, America’s Most Exciting Bank®, recognized for its entrepreneurial approach and distinctive culture, is a full service financial institution providing personal and business banking, insurance, and wealth management services in Massachusetts, New York, Connecticut, Vermont, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Widely recognized for their philanthropic and corporate responsibility efforts, Berkshire Bank, their charitable foundation, and employees are making a difference every day in every part of their network through philanthropic grants, scholarships, corporate sponsorships, environmental programs and employee volunteerism.
Founded on the belief that its people are one of its most powerful assets, Berkshire Bank’s commitment to corporate volunteerism is central to their culture and values. Their XTEAM® corporate employee volunteer program features a 100% employee participation rate, a revolutionary Xtraordinary Day of service, along with a year round schedule of opportunities for employees to use their expertise, skills, and time to positively impact non-profit organizations across its network. As a regional company, Berkshire Bank is proud to collaborate with IMPACT 2030 to encourage all businesses to Think Global and Act Local, harnessing the power of their people to transform their communities.
For more information on Berkshire Bank’s corporate responsibility commitment visit www.berkshirebank.com/community
Emirates NBD is committed to aligning our social investment strategy to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
Since the founding of SJ Consulting, we have worked with over 2,500 non-profit and NGO clients globally to advance missions including: climate change, women empowerment, clean drinking water, access to healthcare. Our implementations have generated over $20 billion in online donations for our clients.
Our decision to take on a new client or project is determined by the answer to one key question: Will it make the world a better place?
SJ Consulting is committed to leveraging its resources to advance the mission of IMPACT 2030.
For more information visit our website.