Putting good work on the map

Aug 06, 2012

Okay, we have to admit it – we’re not the only company that cares about improving the world.

In fact, Amway is part of several peer groups of corporate social responsibility (CSR) leaders that are using their resources to help change the world for the better.

Recently, the US Chamber of Commerce launched a Business for Good Map through its Business Civic Leadership Center, to highlight some of these initiatives.

If you want to see who is sponsoring microfinance projects in Bolivia (McGraw-Hill), or funding education programs in Egypt (Intel) or supporting professional development programs for teenage girls in Ukraine (Amway), you can find them on the map.

We’ve only just begun to share some Amway programs and partnerships on the site, but will continue to populate the map so we contribute to a global knowledge base, and inspire all corporate peers to more and more effective actions to improve the communities we live and work in.

  • 1 Comment

    • Jane says:

      I have admired Amway since the 60s. I lived in the upper peninsula of Michigan at the time. I always dreamed of working for Amway, but even though that never happened, I have enjoyed many of the benefits of their benevolence because I have lived for over 40 years in the Grand Rapids area. I am constantly encouraged by their outpouring of good things in our communities. God has blessed Amway and they in turn have multiplied those blessing back to the world.

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