Data & Research

ACCP conducts, curates, and distributes research findings on CSR trends and topics throughout the year. We also work closely with partner organizations to insure  you have the tools and information you need for your CSR decision-making.

 

Employee Resource Group Survey Results

ACCP and Salesforce.org teamed up in the Summer of 2021 to jointly survey corporate citizenship, human resources and diversity, equity, and inclusion professionals, to gather insights into how corporations managed ERGs and how this movement aligned with overall corporate citizenship goals. For the survey results, click here.

Leading with Racial Equity in CSR: A Research Study

As part of ACCP’s commitment to partnering with our members to create a more diverse and equitable corporate citizenship sector, ACCP has launched a first-of-its-kind Equity in the CSR Profession survey, to better understand the demographic make-up of the corporate citizenship profession, recruiting practices focused on diversity, and practices around funding equity initiatives. Key findings from this important research is expected to be released in Q1 2022. Thank you to the following companies for supporting this research: CAF America, The Coca-Cola Company, ESPN, Georgia Pacific, KPMG, Salesforce and Walmart.

ACCP/Rocket Social Survey: Impact of the Pandemic and Racial Justice Movement on CSR

ACCP teamed up with Rocket Social Impact to survey CSR professionals on how the triple crisis of 2020 affected their CSR work. The survey results can be downloaded here.

ACCP partners with Chief Executives for Corporate Purpose (CECP) on their annual Giving in Numbers report.

ACCP collaborates with CECP to strengthen and expand the CSR dataset, and to enhance our ability to assist members with their data-related questions and needs. Download the 2021 Giving in Numbers report here.

In 2020, ACCP, CAF America, and CyberGrants teamed up to conduct a comprehensive survey of the initial effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on philanthropic giving.

The survey of 70+ corporations and corporate foundations provided insight into their philanthropic efforts in the early months of the pandemic. For the full report, please click here.