Build and sustain an inclusive community.

The community is part of us. Think about how to contribute and take responsibility for it.

Main areas of focus

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion

Bring different faces and talents together in unity

Economic Impact

Create resources and opportunities rightfully

Community Giveback

Contribute to something bigger than your business

Supply Chain Management

Make a list of responsible, environmentally-conscious suppliers

A quick glance

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion

Bring different faces and talents together in unity.

Does your company have a diverse group of owners, executives, employees, and board members?
Does your company provide employees with diversity, equity, and inclusions training?

Economic Impact

Create resources and opportunities rightfully.

Does your company create job opportunities for chronically underemployed populations, such as at-risk youth, homeless individuals, or individuals who were formerly incarcerated?
Does your company conduct a pay equity analysis by gender, race, ethnicity, or/or other demographic factors and, if necessary, implement equal compensation improvement plans or policies?

Community Giveback

Contribute to something bigger than your business.

Does your company have a formal commitment to donating a percentage of revenue to charity, match charitable contributions made by employees, and/or join a third-party organization that certifies charitable giving, such as 1% of the Planet?
How does your company take part in civic engagement?
 Financial or in-kind donations (excluding political causes)
 Community investments
 Community or pro-bono service
 Advocacy for adopting improved social or environmental policies or performance
 Partnerships with charitable organizations or membership with community organizations
 Discounted products or services to qualified underserved groups
 Free use of company facilities to host community events
 Equity or ownership in the company granted to a nonprofit

Supply Chain Management

Make a list of responsible, environmentally-conscious suppliers.

Does your company have a formal, written supplier code of conduct that specifically holds the company's suppliers accountable for social and environmental performance?
Does your company disclose on your website the names of your suppliers (and their social and environmental performance)?

What does success mean in business and how may we redefine it wholesomely this time?

Start with why B Corp may be the solution.