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Your company, your people, your community.

Are you part of a company whose leaders believe in the value of a social impact culture to drive positive results for the company, its employees, and the community? If your answer is yes, the Social Impact Benchmark invites you to subscribe to the initiative.

Not sure if you're a fit? Take our simple Social Impact Self Assessment to find out. Our research team will deliver insights to you within 24 hours, and we'll help you complete the 5-minute subscription process if you decide to become a member of the Social Impact Benchmark.

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Self Assessment
Self Assessment
Please indicate the degree to which you agree or disagree with each statement provided below. There are no right or wrong answers. Our research team will contact you directly within 24 hours to deliver insights that will help you benchmark your organization among its peers in the marketplace according to industry best practices.
Our organization provides its employees the opportunity to volunteer in the community, participate in a giving program, or engage in other social impact activities in the workplace (visit the "10 Ways" page via the "Resources" tab on the navigation bar).
Our organization asks its employees about the ways they prefer to get involved and give back and the causes they like to support.
Our organization celebrates its social impact story, whether in an understated way through a statement of values, or in a comprehensive way through website presence or an annual report, or something in between.
Our organization has appointed a committee to oversee its social impact activities and/or an employee of our organization serves as the point person for social impact activities.
The executive leadership of our organization frequently mentions the organization's commitment to the human side of doing business, using words like "philanthropy," "corporate citizenship," "wellness programs," or other terms to describe the organization's internal and external social impact.
Did the statements above cause any questions to pop into your mind? We invite you to share!


Celebrate the good you are already doing.

"Celebrating good" is best when it is self-defined, in the ways that best fit your organization. A commitment to celebrating the power of social impact--in its many forms--is what the members of the Social Impact Benchmark have in common. And that's what it's all about. 

Welcome to the initiative.