The nuns, led by Director of Corporate Responsibility Sister Norah Nash, have pleaded their case for protecting consumers, lowering executive pay and donating to the poor to executives since 1980. Goldman Sachs, McDonalds, Wells Fargo and BP are among the many companies who have gotten an earful. “We want social returns, as well as financial ones,” Sister Nora says. “When you look at the major financial institutions, you have to realize there is greed involved.” To get the executives to listen to them, the Sisters purchase the minimum amount of stock ($2,000) so they can submit resolutions during shareholders meetings. … Continue reading Clever Nuns ‘Use the System’ to Crusade for Corporate Responsibility, as reported by Gothamist
A Creative Strategy for Homeless Housing Fundraising. Continue reading Creative NP Fundraising Model in support of ‘Housing First’ in Detroit
Huffington Post Impact, October 30, 2011 If you or your organization has developed an innovative solution to a crushing social problem and you want to share your story with a large, elite and influential audience, we encourage you to submit a video. Continue reading McKinsey & Company calls for Videos from Today’s Most Promising Innovators…Is That You?