As a large employer, we are members of the communities where our companies are based. Our companies operate volunteering schemes at many of our locations. Volunteering can support employee engagement, team building and professional development.
Many of our executives support charities by providing advice and support or by serving as trustees, see below.
A selection of the organisations our people support as advisors and trustees:
AAAA Advisory Council ■ AACD ■ Ad Council ■ Advertising Education Foundation ■ Advertising Research Foundation ■ Aldeas Infantiles SOS ■ Allan Gray Orbis Foundation ■ American Heart Association ■ American Museum of Natural History ■ Arab Forum for Environment and Development (AFED) ■ Army Salvation ■ Ashoka ■ ASRA ■ Australian Childhood Foundation ■ Autism Speaks ■ AVANCE Inc. ■ AWNY ■ Berlin School of Creative Leadership Steinbeis University ■ Bhagwan Mahaveer Viklang Sahayata Samiti (Jaipur Foot) ■ BONA Foundation ■ Calcutta "de la rue à l'école" ■ CancerCare ■ Caritas Lebanon ■ CASA ■ Casa de la Amistad ■ Casa dos Rapazes ■ Catch 22 ■ Centre for Social Action Innovation Fund ■ Charity Navigator ■ Childline India Foundation ■ CIN Museum Center ■ CLIC Sargent ■ CMDC ■ Coalition for Healthcare Communications ■ Committee to Encourage Corp ■ Communities in Schools – Georgia ■ Comunidade Vida e Paz ■ Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute ■ Cornell school of business mentoring ■ Council of Urban Professionals Leadership Institute ■ De Refuge ■ Department for International Development ■ Direct Marketing Association ■ DMEF ■ Down Syndrome Association ■ East London Business Alliance ■ Emirati-Lebanese Friendship Association (ELFA) ■ Engage For Success ■ Five Talents ■ Friends of Hermione-La Fayette in America ■ Fundação Rui Osório de Castro ■ Fundación Hazloposible ■ Genesis Foundation ■ Goodwill Industries of NY ■ Haverstock City Academy ■ Head for the Cure ■ Hole in the Wall Gang Camp ■ India Foundation for the Arts ■ Kansas City Zoo ■ Lab School of DC ■ Latino Commission on AIDS ■ Lehigh University ■ Leonard Cheshire Disability & Development Programme ■ Leontinka Foundation ■ Les Turner ALS Foundation ■ Liga Solidária ■ Lincoln Center ■ Loerie Awards ■ March of Dimes ■ Marketing Advisory Committee to the American Heart Association ■ McGill University ■ Medical Faculty University Freiburg ■ Minnesota Ovarian Cancer Alliance ■ Multicultural Advisory Board on Diversity and Inclusion (MADI) at the Metropolitan Museum of Art ■ Museum of Art & Design (NYC) ■ National Advertising Benevolence Society ■ New Alternatives for Children ■ Madison Square Park Conservancy ■ New York City Youth Board ■ NY Presbyterian Hospital ■ NYC Partnership ■ ONEWATER ■ Pain and Palliative Care Society ■ Pangea ■ Peace Games ■ Personal Democracy Forum and E-Voter Institute ■ PR Chamber of Commerce ■ Ronald McDonald House Charities ■ Norway ■ Starlight Starbright Children’s Foundation ■ Stephen Sills Foundation ■ Street Child Africa ■ Sustainable Business Network NZ ■ Taylor Institute ■ The Alarm Charity Foundation ■ The Association of Professional Futurists ■ The Chicago Sunday Evening Club ■ The Darlington School ■ The Parent House. Tommy's ■ Tsinghua (China) School of Journalism ■ Tsinghua-Ogilvy Programme for Public Branding ■ TTSL Charitable Foundation ■ UNICEF ■ UnLtd ■ War Child USA ■ Women in Leadership Initiative – Hofstra University ■ Working for Change ■ WWF ■ Yellowstone Park.
Profile: Dig Deeper. Imagine More – Cohn & Wolfe
Every two years, Cohn & Wolfe holds a concentrated employee think-tank supporting a global cause, while celebrating and reinvigorating the agency's research-driven creative firepower. Most recently, employees developed innovative ways to activate the imaginations of underprivileged and at-risk children around the globe. In 2013, each office partnered with a local non-profit for the project and created campaigns such as partnering with PRERANA, an organisation working to eliminate the trafficking of children of prostitutes in India; creating a video for the 20th anniversary of the Theodora Foundation, a Swedish non-profit that funds visits to children's hospitals by clowns and entertainers; and running a social media campaign to highlight the work of the Fondazione Meyer children’s hospital foundation In Italy.
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