Kids Giving Back offers Corporate Social Responsibility Programs for your staff, and/or staff and their children.
At a time when an increasing number of companies are implementing Corporate Social Responsibility programs to reflect their moral, ethical and philanthropic responsibilities, Kids Giving Back is going one step further: we provide your company with CSR programs in which the entire family can volunteer.
Our programs enable team members to:
- Make a tangible difference through one of our programs by actively ‘giving back’ to community and positively engaging with a range of communities
- Spend quality time with their family members doing something good for others
- Interact with fellow staff and their families while meaningfully engaged
- Showcase your company’s commitment to strengthening community by hands-on meaningful volunteering
All our programs include an interactive educational component designed by Kids Giving Back, bearing our hallmark “Education Action Reflection” approach.
The participation of your company in our programs assists us with our mission of Creating the Next Generation of Generosity.
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Who benefits from your company’s CSR programs?
Company benefits include greater employee commitment and increased employee productivity, improved corporate image and reputation and enhanced corporate visibility in the community.
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) improves the quality of life of the workforce and members’ families, as well as of the local community and society at large.
Employee volunteering enables citizens to engage in activities that correspond to their own values, and that strengthen the fabric of society.
Including Corporate Volunteering + Corporate Family Volunteering
… your investment in creating the next generation of corporate social responsibility
Kids Giving Back programs connect with communities and ensure participants are provided with meaningful opportunities to give back to other.
Our corporate programs connect with the homeless and other individuals experiencing vulnerability including the homeless and refugee/asylum seekers.
All of our programs are available weekdays and weekends and can be customized for family participation.
Corporate programs are designed to provide context and meaning to support implementation of the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Our key SDG’s for our corporate programs are SDG 2 Zero Hunger, SDG3 Good Health and Wellbeing, SDG 10 Reduced Inequality and SDG 17 Partnerships for the Goals.
In booking a program with Kids Giving Back corporates are making a TRIPLE IMPACT.
The team experiences first-hand the benefits of giving, vulnerable people are helped by their actions AND they are making an investment in our mission of creating the next generation of corporate social responsibility.
All profits made from corporate programs reinvested into the delivery of our child and youth volunteering programs.
The unique multi-dimensional nature of our programs provides a framework of authentic experience for deeper reflection, sense of belonging and body/sensory stimulation which supports deeper engagement with the subject than volunteering alone.
All programs are developed within a framework of social pedagogy. Social pedagogic practice can be described as a way of thinking and being, rather than just an approach or strategy that can be applied to a specific task (Petrie, 2007; Hämäläinen, 2012).” Social pedagogic practice is often described in terms of the bringing together of the Head, the Heart, and the Hands for the task of working with people.
This means our programs are designed to provide factual information on the topic (Head) and exercises that evoke empathy and draw on the experience and personality of the individual (Heart). We then provide the opportunity to take meaningful practical action (Hands). Kids Giving Back programs offers a holistic approach to developing civic literacy and offers a transformational learning experience through expanded perception (cognitive), expanded value (affective) and active use of learned concepts (psycho-motor).