CSR Success Story: Symantec (Infographic)

Blaine McGaffigan January 10, 2017 Employee Engagement

Our “CSR Success Story” series covers companies achieving results in Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability. This edition: Symantec.


Symantec’s first annual Global Service Week took place in October 2016, with an impressive uptake of employee volunteers and social impact in local communities around the world. #GivingTuesday also provided generous cash donations, so combined, employees contributed more than 6,200 hours of service over the course of one week, and more than $195,000 in donations over the course of a single day! With Symantec double-matching #GivingTuesday donations, the company’s single-day impact climbed toward half a million dollars. Symantec is proud to share a roundup of impact and success below.

 

 

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Symantec: Global Services Week

Together Symantec employees are changing the world. Making it a better, safer place. This year (2016) Global Service Week was introduced: a week dedicated to our employees giving back and working alongside their colleagues to help nonprofits and local organizations.

 

One Week. A Lasting Impact.

  • 6,200+ Volunteer Hours
  • 80+ Nonprofits Supported
  • 1,000+ Employees Volunteered

Symantec Employees were able to volunteer: Virtually and In Person, Individually and As a Team. They supported one of Symantec’s four philanthropic areas (Stem Education, Diversity, Online Safety, and the Environment) or choose a nonprofit of their choice.

There were 70+ events hosted at 21 offices. Symantec employees extended their commitment by donating more than $195,000 on Giving Tuesday.

17% of Symantec employees have volunteered to date in 2016, an 143% increase over last year.

Learn more about Symantec’s Corporate Responsibility Programs.

 


See more CSR Success Stories in our Case Study section of our Resource Page. Also, be sure to check out our latest CSR Industry Review for more industry insights and data.