Corporate social investment
Corporate social investment (CSI) is the practice of companies contributing to social development. Companies invest through the provision of cash, services, products, staff time and more, and work closely with other stakeholders to achieve goals across development sectors.
CSI has evolved from its early days of reactive grantmaking – it is currently viewed as a complex, holistic endeavour that aims to bring about systemic change in society. The corporate social investment resources on the Trialogue Knowledge Hub will provide you with a good understanding of what CSI is and is not, and how to become a better CSI practitioner.