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The Corporate Social Responsibility Programme is a new initiative designed by Grassroot Diplomat to engage corporations in building sustainable and meaningful relationship with grassroots organisations. The programme was developed to support the growing number of clients that are suffering from financial poverty and are unable to pay the necessary service fee requested by Grassroot Diplomat.

Companies can be involved by acting as a financial sponsor to certain clients. Only clients of significant financial hardship will be chosen to participate in this programme and Grassroot Diplomat will pitch projects that are closely aligned with the company. Once a project is chosen, the corporation will be expected to pay the full sponsorship fee.

Corporate Engagement

Many of our clients are non-government organisations from developing countries and cannot rely on their government system. The CSR Programme is designed to help clients who are undergoing financial hardship and are in need of independent diplomatic assistance for their project.

As a Corporate Sponsor, your company will:

  • become an affiliate of Grassroot Diplomat
  • gain significant access to influential members of government
  • provide financial assistance to client projects
  • increase its reputation with consumers
  • act as a mentor to clients
  • be provided with human interest PR stories
  • be provided with marketing opportunities to networks
  • promote Grassroot Diplomat and the client
  • leverage its market in the diplomatic and government sector
    • We already have exisiting projects that require funding but need big sponsors to back these projects up for long-term sustainability. To find out more click here, or alternatively, get in touch using the green form to book an appointment with a consultant.

Existing projects seeking corporate sponsors

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