The world is currently facing an unprecedented global health crisis of COVIC-19 pandemic with significant economic and social risks and consequences. While the situation has undoubtedly presented many challenges, it also influences the changes and developments in the prioritization and implementation of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiatives. It has highlighted the need for collective effort of different sectors to manage and mitigate its impact, especially for the marginalized and underserved communities.Anchored on its theme of Rebuilding Together with the Changing Landscape of CSR, the 19th LCF CSR Expo and Conference focuses on how the private sector gives greater importance to the role they must play in society. It offers a great opportunity to shift towards more long-term, integrated and sustainable initiatives to address urgent global and local societal issues and challenges.
The League of Corporate Foundations (LCF) has been celebrating the National CSR Week every first week of July since 2001. On its first-ever virtual 3-day conference it aims to generate more than 500 participants from the LCF member organizations corporations national government agencies non-government organizations and the academe. It provides an interactive platform to share insights and best-fit practices to bring people together for a common purpose and to collaborate for greater impact through its new features of plenary stages virtual booths and networking lounges.