Following COP26 and the urgency around the climate crisis, we are running a collaborative response in order to support and elevate charities currently working within the environmental sector. These charities can have a broad range of services from technology developments to wildlife rehabilitation and much more.
Throughout this round, we aim to introduce students to the world of environmental and sustainability consulting and how they can apply their skillsets to tackling some of earths biggest problems. We will be running a series of support programmes and network spotlights in order to elevate students technical understanding of the climate crisis.
We are able to support these organisations through services such as grant landscaping, strategy formation, partner identification, process mapping, organisational restructuring and more.
If you are a Non-Profit, charity, or social enterprise working within the environmental space or looking to set up a related product or service:
Please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org or use the following link.
Projects are secured and scoped centrally by CSRN’s core team before being allocated using our own secure platform to a consultancy within our student network who are interested in working with the organisation.
In addition to the project team, we also offer creative consulting through our partner: Editors for Impact. CSRN will also be running mentor programmes and technical training sessions for the round.
The ISCG team supported Lebanese Wildlife NGO with the requirements building, cost prediction and implementation plan for a new Rehabilitation Centre dedicated to the organisations work. The project also included elements of fundraising and marketing strategies in order to meet the cost predictions and grow awareness of the organisations incredible work. The team also worked to address supply chain issues and identify potential vendor to create a more sustainable and reliable supply of essential materials.
The 180DC Gargi team were able to support Lang Tenagh Turtle Watch, an inspiring organisation with a team of dedicated volunteers aiming to preserve Malaysia's turtle and coral reefs. The team were able to provide fundraising strategies for the organisation to achieve their ambitious expansion plans underpinned by volunteer engagement plans to power their conservation work and manage their digital presence. Lang Tenagh were also an organisation who collected a lot of data on their work and the team helped formulate this into actionable insights that helped guide the organisations future plans and work.
The 180DC Bristol team supported CAfH by providing strategic and marketing assistance to help the charity achieve its target of planting 20 million trees in the next decade. The team designed a strategy map, timeline and implementation roadmap for the project as well as carrying out research into the most suitable type of plant life to enhance biodiversity. The team also set up CAfH's first social media platforms with a strategy to build their digital marketing presence and attract donors and potential partners.
Rise Infinity Foundation (RIF) was founded in 2014 with the objective to help create a more Responsible, Inclusive, Sustainable and Eco-Friendly society that will meet the immediate needs of those who are challenged and underserved.
Rise Infinity Foundation is committed to strengthening communities through collaboration with various partners helping the community members address their vulnerabilities.
CSRN has been fortunate to partner with RIF to identify and acquire social impact organisations across India and wider Asia.
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