Helping our communities
Reflecting on twenty years of NetHope
NetHope is a global consortium of nonprofit organizations that specializes in improving connectivity and collaboration among NGOs, serving tens of millions each year in 180+ countries. SVP of Corporate Affairs, Tae Yoo, reflects on Cisco's 20-year journey of NetHope and what lies ahead.
5 things you didn’t know about CSR at Cisco
Cisco may be well known for its innovative industry-leading technology, but we also have a robust CSR program. Here are 5 initiatives CSR at Cisco is doing to power a more inclusive future for all.
Second Chance Justice Reform: Giving offenders a job-ready IT education
This blog comes from Judge Aliyah Sabree. She shares more about the Second Chance Justice Reform Initiative which provides job-ready education in IT skills through Cisco Networking Academy.
onebillion: Using technology to ensure all children reach their full potential in reading and math
onebillion is a Cisco nonprofit grantee that is using technology to ensure marginalized children have access to reading and math resources.
People Behind CSR at Cisco: Early-stage tech entrepreneurs get a boost from Cisco’s Global Problem Solver Challenge
Shawna Darling, Cisco Corporate Affairs programs development manager, oversees the Cisco Global Problem Solver Challenge, which fosters solutions to pressing global challenges.
Cisco Crisis Response: Re-imagining humanitarian communications and connectivity to optimize social impact
We are redoubling our efforts to respond to both local and global crises by establishing a new team - Cisco Crisis Response.
Talented Latinx youth launch their tech careers through Digital NEST
We have a guest blog from Jacob Martinez, Founder and CEO of Digital NEST, which provides technology training to Latinx youth in agricultural communities.
People Behind CSR at Cisco: How Meraki’s Charlie Gebhardt engages employees in volunteer and giving efforts
Charlie Gebhardt is a program manager at Cisco Meraki. He recently shared more about his motivation to volunteer and give back.
Cisco data scientists work with nonprofit partner Replate to improve food recovery and delivery to communities in need
Cisco data scientists worked with nonprofit Replate to develop a ML model that can forecast food supply to maximize food recovery.