Corporate Social Responsibility

The data reveals that in New York City, people’s economic opportunities continue to be strongly influenced by their race, gender and parents’ income. Members of the Partnership for New York City devote significant resources to addressing this issue. However, there is increasing recognition in the corporate community that the scale needed to move the needle on some of the most entrenched drivers of inequity is beyond what any single company can achieve.

The Partnership has identified areas where members can work together to expand educational and economic opportunities for all New York City residents, maximize the impact of CSR efforts, and is hosting working groups to shape future collaborative initiatives across the Partnership membership.

$430M

was invested into CSR in New York City by 99 members in 2017.

1.13M

volunteer hours were completed by New York City employees of 78 members in 2017.


Corporate Social Responsibility report coverCSR: The Case for Collaboration
Where Partnership members can work together to expand educational and economic opportunities for all New York City residents.

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Collaborative Initiatives

Career Discovery Week

Details coming soon.