People Behind CSR at Cisco: Dedicated to giving back
As a Community Impact Manager at Cisco, Ajay Gopal is dedicated to giving back, supported by the belief that businesses can be a force for good. His continued leadership reflects his convictions within Cisco’s approach to CSR.
When disaster strikes: Empowering employees to support the American Red Cross
Cisco and its employees are proud to support the American Red Cross and its lifesaving work. Our 20-year partnership has inspired a groundswell of employee support, resulting in thousands of dedicated volunteer hours and more than $25 million in donations to the Red Cross.
Giving to Cisco’s Be the Bridge Campaign through Book Sales
I love working at Cisco. It’s a company that cares deeply about its customers and its employees, and most importantly, cares about giving back to the community. I’m proud to be...
Be the Bridge, Change a Life
Every day, we have the opportunity to make the world a better a place. Here at Cisco, we take that opportunity to heart and find ways to multiply the impact...
Giving Tuesday Builds a Bridge to Help Those in Need
We have a day for giving thanks. We have three for getting deals. Then, we have #GivingTuesday, a day to donate to...
Cisco’s Be the Bridge Campaign Empowers Employees to Change the World
For the past 15 years, Cisco's helped raise more than $40 million and deliver nearly 160 million meals as part of its global hunger relief efforts. We've changed millions of lives, and...
A Successful CSR Program Depends on Employee Engagement
This week, SmartRecruiters recognized Cisco as having one of the top 10 corporate social responsibility (CSR) programs in the United States. In her assessment of Cisco’s CSR programs, SmartRecruiters blogger Lexie Forman-Ortiz acknowledged one of its key components: our employees. A Cisco employee plants vegetables that will ultimately help feed people across northwest Massachusetts